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2-3 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1903 

AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 
1901-1902 



PART V 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1002 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-2 



1901-1902: Public Works : Summary of Expenditure. 



( 'iril Gfort rniiu nt. 



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Minister ... 
Civil Government 



Salaries . 



it Contingencies, general 

ii it stationery 

.i ii printing, lithographing, &c . , 

Chargeable to Capita/. 
Public Buildings- 
Ottawa, Military Buildings : New store 

ii Fittings, hoist, &c 

H Astronomical Observatory : Construction 

ii " Victoria Memorial Museum : Towards construction . 

ii Royal Mint : Towards a branch 

n Parliament Buildings : Addition to building over engine- 
house and improvements for main vestibule, including 2 
electric elevators 



Harbours and Rivers — 

Montreal Harbour— Improvement below St. Mary's current 

St. Lawrence Ship Channel, $497,903.37 ; less $172.98 old refunds. . 

m Additional hydraulic dredge 

,i Exchequer Court award 

Port Arthur : Extension of breakwater and dredging 

Port Colborne — Harbour improvements 

Rainy River — Lock and dam 

River Kaministiquia 

St. Andrew's Rapids Improvements — Red River 

Yukon Territory — 

Public Buildings 

White Horse Public Building 

Telegraph Lines — Quesnd to Atlin, B.C 

n Branch line from a point on the Quesnel-Atlin 

about 15 miles east of Fort Fraser to Manson 

Creek 

it Port Simpson via Port Essington to Hazelton 

m Dawson to Fort Egbert 

M C. P. Ry. Co., for transportation of materials, <fec, 

in B.C 

M C. P. Ry. Co., for transportation of materials, &c, 

Yukon 

Trails, Roads and Bridges 

To repay the Yukon Local Council for the construction of roads, 

bridges and trails 

Refund to the Yukon Local Council for the construction of a steel 

bridge over the Klondike River j 

Refund to the Yukon Local Council, the balance of their outlay in 
connection with the construction of the Ogilvie Bridge, viz.: — j 
832,403.57, together with the sum of §15,748.27 advanced by them 
so as to permit of the Hunker Road being completely ready for 
traffic in 1901- 1902 . 



Chargeable to Income. 

Public Buildings, Nova Scotia — 

Arichat — Reconstruction of Public Building 

Digby Public Building 

Guysboro' Public Building 

. Halifax Drill Hall 

" Halifax new Public Building 

Halifax Quarantine Station on Lawlor's Island, including laboratory 

with microscope, &c 

Liverpool Public Building —Safe 

Middleton Armoury 

Springhill Public Building 

Sydney Public Building : Repairs, renewals, &c 

Sydney Quarantine Station : Disinfection-building, &c, at Point 
Edward 



1 — lv 



Carried forward 



22 



82 



9 cts. 



7,000 00 
38,804 80 



8,317 


G3 


2,540 


84 


2,134 


16 



10,720 98 

16,754 00 

02:) 70 

423 28 

791 51 



58,404 79 



$ cts. 



15,864 86 



12,998 02 



201,722 94 

497,730 39 

174,380 00 

2,138 70 

20,371 57 

183,102 00 

133 80 

9,989 28 

9,584 56 

228,918 40 

15,132 01 

142,409 82 



4,471 95 

64,050 35 

995 36 

2,238 48 

3.879 51 
109,328 10 

80,838 09 

13,759 0G 



48,151 84 



93,790 32 



1,099,213 84 



'14.173 63 



2,999 65 

15,804 87 

4,795 24 

6,891 35 

8,946 90 

8,275 54 

517 54 

91 58 

18,970 32 

1,024 is 

1,822 29 
70,145776 



. 2,030,187 03 



V-3 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



1901-1902: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Brought forward. 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Public Buildings, Prince Edward Island— 

Charlottetown Dominion Building : Repairs, &c 

Charlottetown Dominion Building : Committee of Queen's Square 

grounds, 1901-2. .... . 

Summerside Public Building : Repairs, &c 

Public Buildings, New Brunswick- 
Chatham Public Building — Repairs, &c. ; 

Fredericton Public Building — Renewals, &c 

Marysville Public Building 

Newcastle Public Building — Sidewalk, repairs, &c 

Richibucto Public Building 

St. John Immigration Building 

St. John Dominion Public Buildings : Improvements, &c 

St. John Post Office : Sanitary improvements, &c ... 

St. John Quarantine Station : Water service, drainage, heating, 

furniture, &c . 

Tracadie Lazaretto — Outbuildings, renewing water pipes, &c 

Woodstock Public Building — New retaining wall, repairs, &c 



Public Buildings, Maritime Provinces generally— 

Renewals and heavy repairs .... 

Public Buildings, Quebec— 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 

Buckingham Public Building 

Drummondville Public Building 

Granby Public Building 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station 

Hochelaga Post Office '. 

Hull Post Office -Reconstruction 

Levis Cattle Quarantine Station— Renewals, &c 

L'Assomption Public Building . . , 

Montreal Public Buildings — Improvements, &c 

Montreal Custom House— Alterations, including furniture, fittings 

&c J ; . 

Montreal Examining Warehouse — Addition and alterations, includ 

ing fittings, furniture, &c 

Montreal Inland Revenue Offices— Safe. . 

Montreal Post Office — Improvements 

Peribonka Immigrant Building ........* 

Quebec Custom House and Examining Warehouse — Improvements. 
Quebec Immigrant Buildings on Louise Embankment and Break 

water and Queen's Wharf Buildings 

Quebec Military Buildings— Rolling mill for Cartridge Factory. 

ii it New Artillery Workshop 

n H New Iron Foundry, inch of installation 

of Electric Light Plant, &c 

Quebec Post Office — Renewals, improvements, &c 

Roberval Immigrant Building .... 

Sherbrooke Examining Warehouse — Heating apparatus 

St. Hyacinthe Public Building — Improvements 

St. Jerome Public Building — Improvements, repairs, &c 

Victoriaville Public Building 



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Public Buildings, Ontario : - 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 

Alexandria Reformatory — Balance of Arbitrator's award 

Brockville Drill Hall 

Clinton Post Office and Public Building 

Deseronto Public Building — (on site donated by City) 

Fort William Public Building 

Hamilton Public Building— Improvements. 

Ingersoll Public Buildings 

Kingston Post Office -Repairs, improvements, &c 

Kingston Royal Military College— Additional buildings, gymnasiums 
and hospital. 



80 



so 



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90 
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Carried forward, 



$ cts. 



G02 40 



168 00 

857 78 



798 15 
1,398 11 
2,382 85 
1,038 61 

915 50 

23,001 06 

4,564 42 

1,486 73 

8,559 35 
1,847 24 

2,397 57 



$ cts. 



2,036.189 03 



11,988 85 

7,072 00 

10,655 78 

11,721 14 

29,584 69 

26,997 45 

11,007 16 

5.726 87 

1,192 60 

9,878 99 

6,950 64 

9,894 76 
550 00 
2,074 94 
1,005 07 
1,809 67 

10,500 92 
15,803 46 
16,518 05 

1,364 02 
2,962 25 
2,630 35 
934 78 
857 60 
1,775 00 
3,932 86 



11,813 50 

174 02 

34,203 85 

2,812 77 

18,003 41 

06 59 

2,878 06 

2,415 93 

1,101 96 



101 I 18,982 78 



92,662 96 



1,628 18 



48,389 59 
9,876 96 



205,398 90 



2,301,480 66 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 4 



1901-1902: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Brought forward.. 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Public Buildings, Ontario— Continued. 

London Custom House— Improvements, &c 

London Drill Hall and Armoury. 

London Post Office— Improvements, &c 

Niagara Falls, Clifton Public Building — Renewals, &c 

Ottawa, Major's Hill Park — Improvements 

Ottawa, Major's Hill Park— Plant house 

Ottawa Post Office — Stone porch 

„ ii Rewiring for electric service ........... 

Ottawa Public Buildings— Langevin Block— New boilers.. . . , g 

Ottawa Public Buildings— Renovating, painting, &c, outside works 

inch E. B. iron work and reloading windows of Parliament 

Building and Library 

Ottawa Public Buildings— Steel drawers and roller shelves, &c. . . . 
Ottawa, Parliament Building— Electric wiring and Luxfer prisms for 

Senate Chamber, &c 

Ottawa, Dept. of Interior — New offices for Surveyor General's Branch 

— Fittings, furniture, &c ... 

Paris Public Building .... ... 

Picton Public Building 

Prescott Public Building — Repairs, &c 

Rideau Hall— Improvements to outbuildings 

St. Thomas Drill Hall and Armoury 

Sarnia Public Building 

Sault Ste. Marie Public Building 

Strathroy Public Building— Improvements ' 

Toronto C. H. and Exam. -Warehouse — Paving 

Toronto Dom. Buildings — Improvements, renewals, &c 

Toronto Post Orfice- Building for Branch Office in west end of 

city, site, &c 

Toronto Junction Public Building 

Windsor Drill Hall 

Windsor Public Building — Additions, &c, to P. O., fittings and 

general repairs to building 

Woodstock Public Buildings 




Public Buildings, Manitoba— 

Generally — Renewals and heavy x-epairs. 



Brandon Public Buildi 

Winnipeg Dom. Public Buildings — Asphalt pavement, &c. 

Winnipeg Immigrant Building — Hospital 

Winnipeg Post Office — New plumbing, repairs, &c 



Public Buildings, North-west Territories— 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 

Battleford Registry Orfice — Repairs, fee. . . , ; . . . 

Calgary Court House — Furniture, &c 

Carnduff Court House 

Court House, Lock-up and Police Accommodation 

Edmonton (Strathcona) Immigrant Building 

Edmonton Court House and Jail 

Lethbridge Immigration Building 

Red Deer Valley— Immigrant Building 

Regina Court House and Land Office— Renewals, &c. . 
Regina, Lt. Governor's Residence — Improvements, &c. 

Saskatoon Immigrant Building 

Yorkton Court House and Jail 



Pubiic Buildings, British Columbia — 

Generally — Renewals and heavy repairs 

Kamloops Public Building 

Nanaimo Public Building — New lock boxes, renewals, &c 

Nelson Public Building 

New Westminster Pubiic Building— Addition to Examining Ware- 
house 

New Westminster Public Building— Reconstruction 

Rossland Public Building 



Carried forward. 



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•8 cts. 



>2,062 96 2,301,480 66 



2,103 38 

14,069 01 

6,051 85 

1,502 75 

1,588 14 

14,737 28 

924 42 

757 51 

1,392 76 



6,891 79 
25,000 00 

8,076 05 

15,496 95 

17,729 30 

8,601 43 

1,996 50 

4,833 42 

30,957 50 

25,224 72 

8,395 45 

2,416 22 

4,169 68 

7,499 71 

13,025 95 

4,531 60 

45,064 48 

4,953 29 



388,355 82 



17,701 72 


1,501 77 


1,893 61 


144 09 


1,495 83 


3,276 06 


2,696 40 


362 50 


571 25 


3,684 92 


909 36 


1,505 67 


5,052 00 


4,056 14 


82 14 


1,298 50 


7,079 87 


1,488 85 


109 01 


5,987 53 


13,614 80 


1,082 70 


26,795 15 


1,474 00 


24,568 33 


29,850 56 


103,979 07 



8,311 36 



29,796 61 



2,727,944 45 



Uv 



V-5 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



1901-1902: Public AVorks : Summary of Expenditure. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Dominion Public Buildings, British Columbia— Continued. 

Vancouver Drill Hall . . . 

M Public Building— Alterations on ground floor 

Williams Head Public Building — Quarantine Station, second dis- 
infecting chamber, &c 



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Public Buildings, Generally— 

Salaries to Resident Clerks of Works, Assistants, &c. 
Electric and other power for running Elevators, &c. 
Renewals and heavy repairs 



Ottawa Buildings- 
Repairs, furniture, &c 

Heating (including running of elevators . . . 
Lighting (including roads and bridges). . . . 

Telephone service . . . , ... 

Grounds 

Major's Hiil Park 

Removal of snow (including Rideau Hall). 



Ottawa and other Buildings— Rents . 

Rideau Hall — 

Repairs, furniture, &c. (including grounds) 

Fuel and light allowance to Governor General. . . . 

Dominion Public Buildings — 

Furniture . 

Engineers, firemen, caretakers, &c. : Salaries ...... 

ii m Supplies. ... 

Heating 

Lighting 

Water 

Maintenance of Locomobiles : Toronto Post Office. 

Immigration Buildings : Repairs, &c 

Quarantine Buildings : Maintenance , 



Yukon District — 

Rents, fuel, lighting, &c. : Public Buildings 

Construction of Armouries 

Experimental Farms : New buildings, renewals, &c 

Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — 

Abbott's Harbour : Beach protection works 

Argyle Sound : Wharf 

Bass River : Repairs and extension to wharf 

Bear River : Removal of obstructions and repairs to mooring pier.. . . 

Beaver Harbour : Wharf 

Beaver River : Extension of wharf. , 

Big Bras d'Or Wharf : Repairs , 

Blanche : Repairs to an extension of breakwater , 

Boularderie Centre : Wharf 

Brooklyn : To complete wharf , 

Burlington Wharf 

Canada Creek Breakwater : New block 

Cape Aguet : Boat harbour , 

Cape Cove : Additions to breakwater and repairs 

Cape Negro Island : Repairs to, and extension of breakwater. 

• Caribou Island : To complete breakwater , 

Chebogue Harbour — Protection works 

Cheverie — Extension of breakwater 

Chipman's Brook — Extension to breakwater 

Clark's Harbour : To complete breakwater and remove rocks from 
Channel 

Cleinentsport : Removing obstructions in harbour 

Coffin's Island : Extension of beach protection.. 

Comeau : Breakwater . . 

Comeau's Hill : Breakwater 

Comeauville : Repairs to breakwater 

Carried forward • 



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cts. 



103,979 07 



35,491 93 
663 02 

31,406 13 



12,843 71 
4,995 10 
7,132 33 



cts. 



2,727,944 45 



124.949 61 
90,992 64 
25,800 94 
6,999 69 
7,035 50 
3,589 68 
2,598 92 



24,350 79 
8,000 00 



8,490 81 

86,340 78 

5,062 96 

55,078 65 

67,982 91 

15,995 00 

4,507 35 

3,991 54 

3,255 16 



1,125 76 
519 67 

1,099 11 

3,000 00 
704 39 

2,097 46 
370 47 
475 60 

3,028 55 
649 38 

3,499 99 

1,205 91 
495 67 

3,999 97 
228 24 
256 25 

1,311 79 
768 23 

1,422 47 

6,685 93 
1,000 00 
992 98 
997 31 
1,494 99 
2,000 00 



39,430 12 



171,540 15 



24,971 14 



261,966 98 
31,090 99 



32,350 79 



250,705 16 

127,801 75 
26,996 87 
14,402 74 



3,669,771 02 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-6 



1901-1902: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Brought forward , 

Chargeable to Income— Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — Continued. 

('ribbon's Point : Repairs to wharf 

I >> ila] »'s Cove : Repairs to pier 

1 )igl>v Pier : Repairs, new sheds, &c 

Eagle Head : Repairs and extension to breakwater 

East Jordan : Repairs to breakwater 

Ecum Secum Wharf 

Faulkner's Creek : Wharf 

Friar's Head Boat Harbour 

Gabarus Breakwater 

Georgeville : Repairs to wharf 

Grand Etang : Creosoted timber piling in bridge works. 

Grand Narrows : Reconstruction of wharf 

Granville Centre Wharf .... 

Granville Ferry : Removal of reef 

Harrigan's Cove — Wharf 

Hawk Point Inlet : Boat channel 

Herring Cove— Breakwater 

Iona Wharf 

Ingonish (North Bay) strengthening breakwater : Repairs 

Isaac's Harbour Wharf 

Jones Harbour— Repairs to breakwater 

Kempt Head— Wharf ... 

Kingsport : Reconstruction of pier 

L'Ardoise— Extension of breakwater to the shore ... . 

L'Ardoise West : Protection pier at La Bell's Point .... 

Lennox Passage : Dredging Carey's Passage 

Lingan : Beach protection 

Little Bras d'Or Wharf 

Little Narrows : Boat Harbour at Big Pond 

Little Narrows : Repairs to wharf 

Livingston Cove— To complete wharf 

Lockeport — To complete breakwater 

Lower Cove— Breakwater 

Mabou Harbour — Repairs to piers * 

Malignant Cove : Boat harbour 

Margaree Harbour : Improvements 

Margaree Island : To complete wharf 

Margaret ville : Construction of pier and removal of stone. 

Margaretville : Repairs to breakwater 

Margaretville : Completion of Eastern breakwater 

Meteghan Cove : Breakwater 

Meteghan River — To continue restoration of breakwaters 

Minudie Wharf 

Morden — Repairs to breakwater 

Musquodoboit Harbour Wharf 

McNair's Cove : Repairs to wharf 

Neil's Harbour Breakwater 

Newellton : To complete wharf 

New Harbour : Breakwater, repairs, protection, slopes, &c 

North Wallace : Repairs to wharf 

Nyanza : Repairs and extension to wharf 

Ogden's Pond : Opening of pond and construction of beach protection 

Parker's Cove : Extension of pier 

Parrsboro Wharf 

Parrsboro : Reconstruction of beach protection works 

Partridge Island : Repairs to breakwater 

Peraux Landing Pier 

Pictou Light Beach protection 

Pinkney's Point Breakwater 

Plymouth : Wharf extension. . 

Porter's Lake : Dredging and breakwater at entrance of channel 

Port George Breakwater 

Port Hawkesbury Wharf 

Port Hood Wharf : Repairs 

Port Hilford : Breakwater 

Port Joli : Repairs to wharf 



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Carried forward 166,011 23 ,3,669,771 02 



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$ cts, 



39,430 12 



2,368 54 

400 00 
3,300 00 
1,068 95 

400 01 
4,098 50 
1,359 29 
1,097 81 
8,259 50 

699 47 
2,799 35 
1,711 50 
1,101 02 

999 28 
1,461 71 

484 29 

168 95 
5,499 61 

951 36 

1,539 50 

99 97 

5,174 03 

9,278 70 

30 52 

200 78 

807 04 
1,999 80 
3,872 78 

996 78 

1.494 80 
3,997 50 

299 64 
2,440 49 
1,499 87 
2,464 85 
3,065 57 
1,399 13 
1,560 50 
777 21 
500 00 
3,199 93 
3,999 99 
1,724 43 

1.495 08 
1,364 04 
1,198 17 

114 71 
399 59 

3,693 04 
537 53 
890 29 

1,299 49 
119 00 

5.723 80 
1,510 67 

599 85 

662 49 

608 28 

998 73 

488 21 

5,987 24 

3,743 92 

35 54 

1,237 36 

2.724 05 
497 08 



S cts. 



3,669,771 02 



V-7 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



1901-1902: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



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Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income— Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — Continued. 

Port Maitland (Yarmouth Co.) : Repairs to breakwater. 

Port Mouton : Repairs to wharf ...,,. 

Red Islands : Repairs to wharf at Johnston's Harbour 

River John : Wharf 

Sandford Breakwater : Extension and completion 

Saulmerville : Extension of breakwater . ... 

Scott's Bay : Repairs to pier 

Sight Point : Boat harbour 

Smith ville : Removal of rocks 

Tancook Island : Restoration of wharf. 

The Gate : Improvement of channel between Comeau's Hill Point 

and Big Tusket Island , 

Three Fathom Harbour Works : Repairs and extension 

Tracadie East : Repairs to and extension of beach protection works 

Washabuck Centre : Wharf 

White Haven : Repairs to canal banks. 

Windsor Harbour : Shear dams, training-dykes and deepening River 
A. von 



Halifax Graving Dock (authorized by special statute) 

Harbours and Rivers, Prince Edward Island — 

Annandale : Reconstruction of pier head and general repairs 

Bay View : Repairs to pier 

Belfast Pier : Repairs, including $500 for warehouse 

Campbell's Cove : Reconstruction of breakwater 

Canoe Cove Breakwater 

China Point Pier : Fender piling, &c. 

Georgetown Pier : Works of reconstruction and repair 

Haggerty's Wharf : Repairs 

Hurd's Point : Repairs to pier ........ 

Keir's Shore : Wharf approach 

Morrison's Point : Beach protection works 

Miminegash Breakwater, &c 

New London : Repairs to breakwater, &c . • 

North Cardigan Pier : Woi"ks of reconstruction and repair 

Pinette : Repairs to pier 

Port Selkirk Pier : Fender piling, &c 

Pownal Pier : Reconstruction of top portion, &c 

Rustico : Repairs to pier 

Souris, Knight's Point : Strengthening of breakwater, &c 

Sturgeon Pier : Repairs . 

Summerside Harbour : Breakwater 

Tignish : To complete repairs and extension of breakwater 

West Point : Extension of pier . . 

Wood Isiands: Repairing and strengthening the northern breakwater 

Wood Islands : Extension of southern breakwater, &c 

General repairs to piers and breakwaters. 



Harbours and Rivers, New Brunswick — 

Back Bay : Extension of wharf . 

Bathurst Wharf . . . 

Bay du Vin Wharf : To complete extension and reconstruction , 

Black Brook (Loggies ville) Wharf 

Burnt Church : Wharf, 

Campbellton : Wharf extension and repairs 

Campobello (Wilson's Beach) : Repairs to breakwater 

Cape Tormentine : Repairs to breakwater, &c 

Caraquet Wharf 

Chance Harbour : Breakwater 

Chatham, Custom House Wharf : Reconstruction and repairs. 

Chockfish River : Breakwater at mouth of river 

Clifton (Stonehaven) Breakwater 

Dalhousie : Repairs to ballast wharf 

Dipper Harbour Breakwater 

Dorchester (Cole's Point) Breakwater 

Grand Anse : Extension of and repairs to breakwater. 



Carried forward 



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$ cts. 



166,011 23 



299 44 
363 93 
329 92 
525 81 

2,542 18 
719 97 

2,026 71 
499 76 
853 75 
936 48 

1,000 00 

1,189 91 

996 32 

106 03 

999 67 

2,300 03 



3,669,771 2 



1 

755 77 


270 50 


1,120 69 


1,499 60 


5,087 43 


306 56 


1,499 95 


900 21 


269 11 


483 09 


492 25 


1,500 00 


5,760 51 


1,941 30 


249 97 


588 37 


821 02 


1,499 97 


5.180 00 


523 06 


3,398 00 


1,937 42 


3,542 50 


1,020 80 


4,145 00 


1,554 63 


7,459 46 


1,996 02 


4,564 26 


4,714 00 


5,051 00 


2,251 82 


8,243 86 


22,600 32 


419 39 


32 60 


1,112 07 


931 39 


2,991 28 


999 50 


66 80 


4,405 99 


5,740 85 


73,580 61 1 



181,701 14 
10,000 00 



40,34: 



13,907,819 87 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-8 



1901-1902: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure — Con. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, New Brunswick— Continued. 

Hopewell Cape : New wharf 

Kingston : Repairs to wharf 

Lord's Cove, Deer Island : Extension of wharf 

Mispec Harbour : Breakwater at mouth of 

Mispec : Repairs to wharf 

Point Wolfe : Breakwater 

Richibucco : Reconstruction of North pier and groynes, &c. 

River St. John, including tributaries 

Shepody River : New wharf at Hopewell Hill 

Shippegan Harbour : Extension and repairs to protection work. 

Shippegan : Wharf at Lameque 

St. Andrews, Wharf 

St. George : Repairs to Public Wharf 

St. John Harbour : Groynes at base of Fort Dufferin 

St. John Harbour : Negro Point Breakwater 

St. Mary's Pier : Repairs 

Tracadie Wharf 

Upper Caraquet : Repairs to wharf. . 

Upper Salmon River : Alma Pier 



Harbou rs and Rivers, Maritime Provinces Generally — 

General repairs and improvements 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec — 

Amherst, Magdalen Islands : Breakwater at Point Shea 

Anse a Beaufils : Improvement of entrance to harbour . . 

Anse St. Jean : Repairs to wharf , 

Baie St. Paul : Repairs to piers 

Berthier en Bas : To complete widening of head pier ; repairs to same, 
&C fL 

Boucher ville : Dredging channel in River St. Xiawrence at He de 
Grosbois . . • 

Cacouna : Extension of wharf 

Cap Sante : Wharf ." 

Carleton : Extension of Landing pier 

Chicoutimi Pier : Combined freight shed and waiting room 

Coteau Landing : Dredging 

Coteau Landing Wharf : Renewals and repairs 

Eboulements Wharf : Renewals and repairs 

Father Point : Landing pier 

Gatineau River : Protection work on East side of river 

Graham Wharf : Bracing, etc , .... 

Grande Vallee Pier 

Greece's Point : Wharf . , 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station : Upper wharf 

Hudson Wharf 

Hull Landing Pier 

He aux Courdes : Addition to wharf 

He aux Grues — North Shore : Construction of wharf and purchase of 
land 

He Verte : Repairs to wharf 

Kamouraska : To complete addition to wharf 

Lake St. John Wharfs : Repairs 

Lake Temiscaming : Dredging 

Lanorie : Repairs to wharf 

Laprairie Ice Piers : Repairs 

Les Boules : Wharf 

Le Tableau : Wharf on River Saguenay 

Levis Graving Dock : Travelling Crane, &c 

Lotbiniere : Addition to Isolated Block 

Lower St. Lawrence : Removal of rocks I 

Magdalen Islands : Breakwater. . I 

Maria : Isolated Block j 

Matane : Extension of pier, repairs to old works, &c | 

Murray Bay : Increasing height of wharf, &c 

New Carlisle : Repairs to wharf 

Newport : Breakwater 



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■3,580 61 



5,002 50 
705 44 

1,1100 00 

10,996 00 
1,969 46 
3,077 53 
0,408 86 
3,254 28 
4,031 30 
1,040 77 
3,017 50 
1,822 89 

499 92 

2,407 12 

19,978 39 

598 02 

512 10 
1,899 33 

240 21 



3,907,819 S7 



140,341 23 
12,373 43 



11,063 48 

198 87 

1,010 15 

1,510 41 

4,552 79 

4,097 60 

2.500 82 

2.501 31 
3,725 98 
1,500 84 

4.998 35 
986 62 
799 70 
625 77 
161 53 
803 47 

14,857 56 
3,498 53 
4,008 83 

3.999 40 
40,977 5S 

3,896 35 

8,522 36 

798 39 

1,450 83 

1,386 82 

460 10 

3,999 83 

1,057 02 

1 81 

80 85 

2,226 26 

0,000 00 

2.093 22 

10,013 27 

244 81 

1,411 09 

6,792 74 

698 80 

741 19 



160,255 34 4,066,534 53 



V-9 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



1901-1902: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec — Continued. 

Nicolet Harbour : Repairs to jetty and dredging 

Perce (North Cove) : Wharf. 

Point aux Esquimaux : Interest due Elie Lavoie on purchase price 

of his wharf 

Point aux Esquimaux : Wharf, head block 

Pointe St. Pierre : Breakwater 

Riviere aux Renards : Pier 

Riviere Batiscan : Dredging channel at mouth 

River Beau port : Protection of west bank of channel in line of old 

Caron wharf and dredging , , 

Riviere Cap de Chatte : Training pier 

Riviere Chateauguay : Dredging 

Riviere Noire : Removal of rocks , 

Riviere Ste. Anne de la Perade : Repairs to works , 

River St. Louis and Eeeder : Improvement of watering 

River St. Maurice : Dredging 

River St. Maurice : Dredging channel between Grandes Piles and 

La Tuque 

Riviere des Vases : To complete wharf. 

Ruisseau Leblanc : Breakwater 

Sabrevois— Wharf : To complete approach, &c 

Sorel Ice Piers 

Sorel : Deep water wharf , 

St. Alexis— Baie des Ha ! Ha ! : Pier 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue : Extension of wharf 

Ste. Anne du Saguenay : Wharf 

St. Fulgence : Improvement to pier 

Ste. Genevieve : Protection of piers and repairs 

St. Jerdme : Lake St. John : Wharf 

St. Lambert : Cribwork protection wall ; 

St. Laurent : Repairs to pier 

St. Marc : Addition and repairs to wharf , 

St. Mathias Wharf : Head block 

St. Michel de Bellechasse : Repairs to pier 

St. Nicholas : Strengthening wharf and rebuilding parts damaged 

by ice 

St. Roch des Aulnaies : Wharf 

St. Zotique Wharf : Renewals and repairs 

Tadousac : Repairs to wharf 

Temiscouata Lake : Landing piers 

Trois Pistoles : General repairs to pier 

Three Rivers Harbour : Additional deep water wharfs, &c, 

Valleyfield : Dredging channel in Valleyfield Bay, &c 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges : General repairs and improvements. 

Harbours and Rivers, Ontario — 

Bayfield : Extension of Southern pier 

Blind River : Wharf 

Bowmanville Harbour (Port Darlington) : Dredging entrance chan 

nel, &c. 

Bronte Harbour 

Bruce Mines : Wharf, including addition 

Burlington Channel : Repairs to piers.. 

Callendar : Repairs to wharf 

. Cobourg : Repairs to pier and dredging 

Collingwood Harbour : Improvements. 

Collins' Inlet : Dredging 

Colpoys' Bay : Extension of pier. . . 

Depot Harbour : Breakwater.. 

Goderich Harbour : Dredging 

Goderich Harbour : Reconstruction of breakwater and repairs to piers 

Harwood : Wharf on Rice Lake 

Hawkesbury : Dredging 

Kincardine Harbour : Improvements, including dredging of bar and 

inner harbour 

Kingston Graving Dock : Improvement of Entrance 



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$ cts. 



160,255 34 4,066,534 53 



4,795 88 
17,808 81 

70 00 

3,370 89 

331 49 

6,514 24 

11,108 68 

2,982 18 
887 72 

3,530 50 
999 97 

2,997 17 
905 61 

5,955 00 

6,394 83 

499 18 
2,997 26 

998 07 

1,990 83 

94,612 37 

4,000 01 

699 73 
3,102 07 

502 23 

1,091 96 

1,999 97 

15,000 13 

860 34 
3,146 22 
1,189 88 
5,791 23 

1,785 73 
4,430 65 
996 75 
1,370 91 
1,185 72 

500 50 
1,236 78 

* 7,893 50 
19,563 86 



153 64 

16 05 

4,464 57 

7,002 90 

718 00 

1,521 15 

1,985 72 

3,007 55 

40,336 73 

9,192 50 

1,399 07 

98 59 

9,972 83 

12,037 74 

499 71 

6,043 73 

8,666 11 
2,077 06 



406,354 19 



109,193 65 4,472,888 72 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-10 



1901-1902: Public Works: Summary or Kxpemlitiire. 



Brought forward. 



Chargeable to income— Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Ontario — Continued. 

Kingsville : Repairs to wharf and breakwater piers and extension of 
Western pier 

LakeTemiscamingue : Wharfs 

Lancaster Wharf 

Leamington Pier 

Meaford Harbour : Dredging and Pile work 

Midland Harbour : Dredging 

North Bay : To complete repairs to wharf 

Oakville : Repairs to East pier, &c 

Oshawa Piers 

( hven Sound : Dredging and Extension of pile protection works 

Penutanguishene : Dredging ........ 

Pickering Harbour : Repairs to piers and dredging 

Point Pelee : Wharf 

Port Burwell : Improvement of harbour 

Port Elgin : Dredging 

Port Hope : Repairs to pier 

Port Hope : Dredging 

Port Stanley : Dredging 

Providence Bay : Wharf 

River Thames : Dredging channel, Chatham to Lake St. Clair . . 

Robbin's Landing : Wharf on Rice Lake 

Rondeau Harbour : To complete repairs to pier 

Rondeau Harbour : Dredging . 

Saugeen River Breakwater : To complete repairs 

Sault Ste. Marie : Harbour Improvements, including dredging of 
approaches 

Sheguiandah : Landing Pier 

Southampton : Improvement of harbour 

South Nation River : Towards improvement at the Pitch-off. . 

Sturgeon Point : Assistance to Municipality of Sturgeon Pt. towards 
construction and for maintenance of wharfs on Sturgeon Lake . . 

Summerstown Wharf : Renewals and Repairs 

Sydenham River : Dredging 

St. Joseph, Lake Huron : Wharf 

Toronto Harbour : Diversion of River Don and dredging in the 
harbour 

Toronto Harbour : Works at eastern entrance, &c 

Trenton : Dredging channel, Murray Canal to Central Ontario Rail- 
way dock, &c 

Wabigoon : Wharf on Lake Wabigoon, including approach 

Wendover Wharf 

Wiarton Landing Pier . . 

Hai hours, Rivers and Bridges : General repairs and improvements. . 

Harbours and Rivers, Manitoba — 

Hnausa Wharf : Repairs to and extension of 

Lake Manitoba : Opening of additional outlet to prevent overflow of 
lake, and maintenance of lake at proper level for navigation 

purposes 

Wharf on Lake Winnipeg 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges : General repairs and improvements . 

Harbours and Rivers, North-west Territories — 

General repairs and improvements 

Harbours and Rivers, British Columbia- 
Anderson and Kennedy Lakes : Clearing outlets 

Columbia River : Improvements above Golden 

Columbia River: Improvements in Narrows between Upper and 
Lower Arrow Lakes 

Duncan River : Improvements 

Esquimalt Graving Dock : For the purchase of the late Engineer 
Muir's residence in the dockyard 

Fraser River : Improvement of channel, &c 

Nanaimo Harbour : Improvement of south channel, &c 

Salmon River : Removal of drift-wood and other obstructions 

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18,601 73 
84 50 

4,862 77 

21,487 68 

40,996 48 

14,204 69 

-308 21 

6,005 70 
10,024 83 
28,496 01 

9,039 35 

2,648 52 

7.779 41 
49,994 69 

3,290 00 
3,733 95 
911 65 
1,272 02 
1,633 00 

7.780 11 
885 56 

10,(^36 93 
4,811 16 
1,609 74 

643 88 

3,148 70 

30 00 

4,438 09 

500 00 

798 99 

2,266 05 

4,999 84 

6,710 25 
31,980 67 

9,749 00 

3,261 95 

6,502 22 

13,516 20 

14,595 31 



1,923 67 



3,698 80 
1,472 26 
3,066 04 



2,498 70 
4,993 64 

13,958 33 
1,968 29 

1,200 00 
9,982 65 
4,943 12 
3,018 92 

42,563 65 



9 cts. 



4,472,888 72 



462,833 49 



10,160 77 
3,813 34 



4,949,696 32 



V-ll 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



1901-19(2: Public Works : Summary of Expenditure. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, British Columbia — Continued. 

Salmon River : To pay the Columbia River Co., Ltd., of Golden, for 
the removal of drift-wood, &c., from the river during 1899-1900. 

Skeena River 

Victoria Harbour : Removal of Tuzo Rock and dredging at other 
points . .... . 

Williams Head Quarantine Station : Repairs to wharf and improve- 
ment of water service 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges : General repairs, &c 



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Yukon District — 

Lewes and Yukon River Improvements. 



Harbours and Rivers Generally — 

Repairs and improvements 

Dredging — 

New Dredging Plant, Maritime Provinces : Hydraulic dredge 

New Dredging Plant, Maritime Provinces : New hull for dredge Geo. 

McKcnzie, including transfer of machinery. . 

New Dredging Plant, Ontario and Quebec 

New Dredging Plant : Hydraulic Dredge, Ontario 

New Dredging Plant, British Columbia 

New Dredging Plant, Generally 

Repairs to Dredge Vessels . . 

ii British Columbia 

Maritime Provinces ... 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba : 

British Columbia : 

General Service. 



Dredging 



Slides and Booms — 

St. Maurice District : Improvements and works of reconstruction. . . 
Ottawa District : Damage by fire April 1900, at North and South 

Chaudiere Stations. 

Slides and Booms, Generally 

Roads and Bridges — 

At Ottawa, over slides, river and canal and approaches thereto .... 

Bridges over the Chaudiere Slides : To pay for lumber purchased for 
temporary bridges, &c, built after fire of April 1900 

Ottawa : Maria Street Bridge 

Portage du Fort Bridge, Reconstruction, inch approaches, &c. (Ont. 
& Que. Govts, to contribute $5,000 each) 

Des Joachims Bridge : Reconstruction .... 

Battleford Bridge : To replace old condemned structure ... 

Belly River Bridge at Pace's Crossing : To complete payments to the 
N.W.T. Govt, for the construction of this bridge. ... 

Bridge over the Saskatchewan at Edmonton N.W.T. : Can. Pac. Ry. 
Co., for transportation of materials 

Road from Edmonton, N. W. T., to Peace River Landing : Improve- 
ments ? 

Dominion Traffic Bridges throughout Canada, including approaches. 

Ottawa : Maria Street Bridge : Special account 

Portage du Fort Bridge : Special account 



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320 



Telegraph Lines — 

Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces : 

North Sydney and Meat Cove Line : Barrachois Bridge to Oregon 

Glen 

St. Peters to Loaisbourg, with extension to Scatari Island Light- 
houses j 322 

Magdalen Islands : Cable between Amherst and Grindstone I 

Island ! 322 

Extension from Romaine eastward to Belle Isle I 332 

Carried forward I ... 



$ cts. 



42.563 65 



1,933 20 
6,476 38 

9,556 75 

5,978 17 
2,959 88 



126,444 23 

7,508 91 
53,832 26 
31,567 22 
61,889 12 
49,816 21 
36,083 10 

4,992 65 
71,566 26 
58,473 41 
30,486 99 

8,018 81 
29,593 66 

4,199 12 



153,012 83 

4,998 99 
1,280 56 



7,092 18 

4,588 46 
12,803 66 

15,451 65 

63,265 07 

2,650 45 

959 67 

6,501 89 

4,676 15 
4,909 49 



cts. 



4,949,696 32 



966 49 

150 21 

210 16 
31,458 43 



69,468 03 
55,080 54 

9,932 69 



574,471 95 



159,292 38 



122,898 67 

17,615 00 

1,045 71 



32,785 29 5,959,501 29 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITt RE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-12 



1901-1902: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



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Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income— Continued. 

Telegraph Lines Continued. 

Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces— Continued. 

To repair and improve roadways and increase operating facilities 

generally eastward of Godbout 

Extension of Branch line on West side of River Saguenay from 

St. Etienne to Anse St. Jean I 

Branch Line Tadousac to Sacre Coeur I 

Grosse Isle Quar. Station Telegraph Line, via lie aux Reaux :j 

Improved heavy cable connections 

Ontario : Pelee Island — Renewal of original portion of cable connect- 
ing the Islands with the mainland 

British Columbia — 

Alberni-Clahoquot : Telegraph Line 

Af-hcroft-Barkerville : Telegraph Line, Re-poling 

Golden Station, (Can. Pac. Ry. ) to Windermere 

Telephone connection between Vancouver Island and Salt Spring 

Island 

154 Mile House to Quesnel Forks and Horsefly, Telegraph Line. 

Miscellaneous Public Works — 

Surveys and Inspections 

National Art Gallery 

Chief Engineer's Office : Engineers, draughtsmen and clerks 

Chief Architect's Office : Architects, draughtsmen and clerks 

Departmental Photographer : One half salary 

Telegraph Service : Salaries of staff 

Temporary clerical and other assistance, notwithstanding C.S. Act. . 

Statute of Her Majesty the Queen 

Monument to Hon. Alexander Mackenzie 

To pay Hiram Easton in full and final settlement of claim for dam- 
ages to his barge Minnie Francis 

Gratuities specially voted : 

Daughters of the late Wm. McDonald, engineer at Montreal 

Drill Hall 

Widow of A. C. Muir, engineer of the Esquimalt Graving Dock. 

R. Spears, caretaker Yarmouth Public Building 

Est. of H. Spence, engineer Parliament Bdg., heating staff, 

Ottawa 

Eamily of late Wm. Johnson, Engineer Royal Military College, ' 

Kingston 

Daughters of late J. Robitaille, map-mounter, Public Works 

Dept 

Widow of Theophile Guilbault, engineer Levis Graving Dock . . . 
Est. of E, Pelletier, clerk, Dredging Branch, Public Works, 

Dept 

Widow of James Richardson, watchman, Custom House, 

Toronto 

Widow of T. W. Keir, mail clerk, Public Works Dept 

Technical and other Books of Reference 



324 



Slides and Booms — 

St. Maurice District 



Collection of Revenue. 
: Staff 



331 

331 
331 
331 

331 

331 

331 
331 

331 

331 

331 
331 



333 



Repairs 334 



Ottawa District : Staff 

I- Repairs . 

River Trent and Newcastle District : Staff. . . 

" ii Repairs. 

Burlington Channel : Staff 

ii Repairs 

River Yamaska : Staff 

ii Repairs 

River du Lievre : Staff 

ii Repairs 

Levis Graving Dock : Staff and repairs 

Kingston Graving Dock : Staff and repairs . . 



Carried forward 



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338 
338 
339 
339 
339 
339 
339 
339 
340 
340 
340 



$ cts. 



32,785 29 



824 22 



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536 80 


325 


979 05 


325 


2,860 84 


325 


3,082 17 


325 


6,485 90 


326 


3,851 67 


326 


2,586 70 


326 


433 08 


326 


1,057 35 


329 


i 34,886 20 


329 


1,869 91 


330 


69,327 04 


330 


28,613 47 


330 


750 00 


330 


3,110 83 


331 


33,819 28 


331 


8,254 87 


331 


8,030 00 



589 92 

90 00 

200 00 

66 67 

124 00 

130 00 

90 00 
90 00 

200 00 

90 00 

180 00 
499 02 



37,929 90 

13,7!»7 7<) 

24,236 96 

17,946 01 

1,962 65 

510 73 

2,595 22 

509 88 

876 92 

57 50 

856 32 

677 17 

L4,866 21 

5.386 86 



8 cts. 



5,959,601 29 



55,483 07 



191,011 21 



122,210 06 6,205,995 57 



V- 13 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-8 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



1901-1902: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



in 
PartV 



Brought forward 

Collection of Revenue — Concluded. 

Slides and Booms— Continued. 

Esquimalt Graving Dock : Staff and repairs 

Harbours, Rivers, Slides, &c: Staff generally 

„ H Repairs 

Chenaux Boom : Upper Ottawa Improvement Co 

Collection of Slides and Booms dues 

Telegraph Lines — 

Prince Edward Island to Mainland 

Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces 

North-west Territories , 

British Columbia 

Yukon : Quesnelle— Atlin, working expenses 

,, Bennett— Dawson, maintenance ... 

Telegraph and Signal Service, Generally 

Purchase and fitting up Steamer Tyrian as a cable vessel, purchase 
of Marconi instruments and testing system of wireless telegraphy 

Public Works Agency, British Columbia 



:} 



Miscellaneous, Generally. 

Unforeseen Expenses : Charlottetown Fire Brigade, gratuity for services 
at fire in Charlottetown Drill Shed 



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341 
341 
341 
342 

342 

342 
348 
350 

353 

354 

355 
355 



Total of Public Works Expenditure for 1901-1902 

(Note : This summary does not include $550,000 advanced to the Mont- 
real Harbour Commission.) 



Adjustment with Public Accounts. 

Civil Government (Part iii, page 32) 

Public Works : Capital (Part iii, page 37) 

Refunds of Previous years Capital Expenditure (Yukon) 

Public Works, Chargeable to Income (Part iii, page 49) 

Collection of Revenue (Part iii, page 54) 

Miscellaneous : Unforeseen Expenses 

Ottawa, Maria Street Bridge : Special account 

Portage du Fort Bridge : Special account. (Part i, page 15) 

Total, agreeing with that shown above 



cts. 



122,210 06 



13,277 89 

459 28 

618 74 

1,418 17 

3,529 30 

1,946 66 
59,442 22 
18,538 51 
27,778 60 

196,390 44 

2,727 10 

48,859 10 
1,317 34 



cts. 



6,205,995 57 



498,513 41 

25 00 
6,704,533 98 



58,863 48 

1,906,80154 

376 25 

4,221,293 59 

498,513 41 

25 00 

17,615 00 

1,045 71 

6,704,533 98 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-14 



Abate- 
ments. 



| cts 



64 00 


' *150 00 


*90 00 


39 00 


48 00 


31 00 


36 00 


33 00 


28 00 


28 00 


*23 21 


28 00 


28 00 


f43 75 


28 00 


t47 25 


28 00 


28 00 


f49 00 


28 00 


*23 21 


+21 00 


+35 00 


20 00 


20 00 


•17 34 


7 00 


7 00 



Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 



Statutory: Minister «t $7,000, 



Hon. J. Israel Tarte, 12 m. to June 30. 



Civil Government Salaries {988,864.86), 

Deputy Minister, Antoine Gobeil, 12 m. to June 30 

Chief Architect, D. Ewart, 12 m. to June 30 

Chief Clerks- 
Fred. Gelinas, secretary, 12 m. to June 30.. . 

A. G. Kingston, accountant, 12 m. to June 30 

R. Steckel, 12 m. to June 30 

First Class Clerks— 

A. E. Belleau, 12 m. to June 30 

E. T. Smith, 12 m. to June 30 

J. C. Tache, 12 m. to June 30 

Joseph Vincent, 12 m. to June 30.. 

Second Class Clerks— 

J. C. Blais, 12 m. to June 30 

J. d'E. Clement, Jan. 30 to June 30 at $1,100 

Isidore Cote, 12 m. to June 30 

R. C. Desrochers, 12 m. to June 30 

Ernest Dionne, 12 m. to June 30 

Theophile Fortier, 12 m. to June 30 

T. J. McLaughlin, 12 m. to June 30 ... 

S. E. O'Brien, 12 m. to June 30 

R. J. Robillard, 12 m. to June 30 

Alfred Rouleau, 12 m. to June 30 

J. A. Theriault, 12 m. to June 30 

Mme E. L. Turcot, Jan. 30 to June 30 at $1,100 

Junior Second Class Clerks— 

Thos. Costigan, 12 m. to June 30 

H. J. Guppy, 12 m. to June 30 

G. Hennessey, 12 m. to June 30 

E. J. Smith, 12 m. to June 30 

Mme E. L. Turcot, July 1 to Jan. 29 at $600 

Messengers — 

E. McG. Desrivieres, 12 m. to June 30 

Victor Lepage, 12 m. to June 30 

Private Secretaries — 

J. d'E. Clement, 12 Mar. to June 30 at $200 

Mme E. L. Turcot, June 8, 1901, to Jan. 31, 1902, at $400. 



Civil 
Government 



Chief Engineer's Office (V-330), ($23,927.97). 

Amiot, F. E., draftsman, 92 d. to Sept. 30 at $3 

Archambault, Jos., purchaser, 12 m. to June 30, $1,500 (| salary 

charged to this vote) 

Bance, Henry, clerk, June 17, 1901-June 30, 1902, 375 d. at $1.50. . . 
Belanger, Miss Alice : clerk to June 30, 147 d. at $1.50 ; 1\ m. at $50 

Belanger, C., clerk to June 30, 113 d. at $1.50, 252 at $2 

Belanger, Nap., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.50 

Caldwell, T. D.,- draftsman to June 30, 88 d. at $2, 277 at $3. ... 

Cantin, J. A., draftsman to June 30, 254 d. at $2.50, 111 at $3 

Champagne, I., nif ssenger, 365 d. to June 30 at $1.50 

Cloutier, J. Oscar, clerk, Jan. 16- June 30 at $40 

Drapeau, P., draftsman, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.50 

Gadbois, L. V., draftsman, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.50 

Hampshire, C. C, clerk, 12 m. to June 30 at $80 

Lacas, Emile, draftsman, 92 d. to Sept. 30 at $2.50 

Lafleur, E. D., engineer, 12 m. to June 30 at $250, less Sept. charged 

to Hydrographic Survey 

Marion, J. E., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $3 

Michaud, J. L., engineer, 12 m. to June 30 

Moffette, Nap., draftsman, 305 d. to June 30 at $2.75 

Moffet, Paul, clerk, June 17, 1901- June 30, 1902, 379 d. at $2.25. . . . 

Patterson, Chas., clerk, Jan. 15 -June 30. 167 d. at $3 

Perley, G. E., assistant engineer, 12 m. to June 30 

Robitaille, J., storekeeper, etc., July 1-Oct. 24 at $45 



lJ»2,s 7»> Carried forward 



$ cts, 
7,000 00 



3,200 00 
3,000 00 

1,800 00 
1,950 00 
2,400 00 

1,550 00 
1,800 00 
1,650 00 
1,400 00 

1,400 00 
464 24 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,250 00 
1,400 00 
1,350 00 
1.400 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
464 24 

600 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

346 77 

560 00 
560 00 

60 75 

258 86 



45,864 86 



Outside 

Votes. 



| cts. 



276 00 



750 00 


562 50 


580 50 


673 50 


912 50 


1,007 00 


968 00 


547 50 


220 64 


912 50 


912 50 


960 00 


230 00 


2,750 00 


1,095 00 


1,800 00 


1,003 75 


852 75 


501 00 


1,200 00 


169 83 


18,885 47 



V-15 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Abate- 
ments. 



$ cts. 
1,028 76 



Public Works Dept. : Salaries at Ottawa — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Chief Engineer's Office— Concluded. 



Roy, Jos. R., assistant engineer, 12 m. to June 30 

St/Laurent, A. : assistant engineer to June 30, 335 d. at $5.50 ; 1 m. 
at $200 

Chief Architect's Office {V-330) {$28,613.47). 

Archambault, Jos., purchaser, 12 m. to June 30, at $125 (| charged 
to this vote) ...... 

Baudry, C, draughtsman, 365 d. to June 30, at $2.50 

Belanger, S., asst. clerk of works, 365 d. to June 30, at $2.50 

Billings, W. R., architect, 12 m. to June 30 , 

Breton, Frs., clerk of works, 365 d. to June 30, at $3.50 

Bruchesi, Jos., storekeeper, 12 m. to June 30 

Charette, Jos. , architect, 12 m. to June 30 

Charron, Louis, draughtsman, 12 m. to June 30 

Dionne. G. T., draughtsman, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.25. 

Dube, W. A., clerk in Mr. King's office, 365 d. to June 30, at $2.50. 

Dubois, Alf., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $3 . . . . 

Hewitt, D. A., architect, 12 m. to June 30 

Jordan, J. W., architect, 12 m. to June 30 

Hutchinson, Geo. M., architect, Nov. 15-June 30, 1\ m. at $100. . . . 

King, Wm., nechamcal engineer, 12 m. to June 30 

Lamb, J. B., architect, 365 d. to June 30, at $3.50 

Lefort, P. A., draughtsman, Jan. 2-June 30, 180 d. at $3 

Lemoyne, Mrs. E., typewriter, to June 30, 2f£ m. at $41.66, 9^ 
m. at $50 ; overpaid $5 . 55 

Marcotte, Chas., architect to June 30, 364 d. at $4 

Mackey, Chas., S. A., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $3 : 

Ogilvie, A. L., architect, to June 30, %\\ m. at $100, 3f£ m. at $125 

Paquet, F. X., draughtsman, 12 m. to June 30. . . , . , ... 

Richard, J. S., clerk, 12 m. to June 30. 

Rouleau, J. H., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $2 

Routhier, J. S. J., architect, 12 m. to June 30 

Sutherland, Chas., draughtsman, Oct. 2-June 30, 272 d. at $3 . . 

Taylor, L. F., architect, 12 m. to June 30 



Civil 
Government 



$ cts, 
45,864 86 



Secretary's Branch, notwithstanding C. S. Act {V— 331), {$19,709.61). 



Belanger, Louis, clerk, Mar. 1-June 30, 122 d. at $4 

Blain de St. Aubin, E. J., clerk, July 1-Sept. 27, 89 d. at $2 

Biain de St. Aubin, Mrs. Cecile, clerk, Oct. 1-Dec. 31, 92 d. at $2 ; 

Jan. 23-June 30, 159 d. at $1.50 

Bonneville, J. A., stenographer, etc., Mar. 27-June 30, 96 d. at $2.50 

Bray, A., messenger, 365 d. to June 30, at $2 

Chalifour, J. M., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $2 

Chasse, J. A., clerk, to June 30, 155 d. at $3, 210 at $3 . 50 

Clement, J. D. E., clerk, to Jan. 29, 78 d. at $3, 135 at $3.50 ... , 

Colman, L. H., clerk, to June 30, 354 d. at $3, 11 at $3.50 

Couture, D., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $2 

Cusson, J. E., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $2 . 75 

DeGrosbois, Mrs. V. G., clerk, Sept. 1-June 30, 303 d. at $1.50. .. . 

Desjardins, Michel, clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $3 

Desjardins, Nap., clerk, to June 30, 254 d. at $2.50, 111 at $3 

Doody, T. N., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $3 

Dostaler, Alf., clerk, to June 30, 113 d. at $2.50, 252 at $3 

Duplessis, Miss L., clerk, to June 30, 2§§ m. at $45, 9j% m. at $50 

overpaid $6 

Houde, Mrs. C. D., clerk, to June 30, 2|f m. at $45, 9/ n m. at $50 

overpaid $6 

Keir, T. W., clerk, 300 d. to April 26, at $3 

Lafleche, E. R., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $2.50 

Latour, L. J., clerk, 61 d. to June 30, at $3 

Mathe, N. M., clerk, 12 m. to June 30, at $83.33 ... 

Parent, A. R., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $2.25 

Roy, M. L., stenographer, Aug. 15-June 30, 10££ m. at $45 



1,028 76 Carried forward. 



45,864 86 



Outside 
Votes. 



$ cts. 
18,885 47 

3,000 00 
2,042 50 



750 00 

912 50 

912 50 

1,550 04 

1,277 50 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 

1,095 00 

821 25 

912 50 

1.095 00 

1,200 00 

1,009 92 

750 00 

1.500 00 

1,277 50 

540 00 

581 64 
1,456 00 
1,095 00 
1,291 12 
1,100 00 

950 00 

730 00 
1,200 00 

810 00 
1,500 00 



488 00 
178 00 

422 50 
240 00 
730 00 
730 00 

1,200 00 
706 50 

1,100 50 
730 00 

1,003 75 
454 50 

1,095 00 
968 00 

1,095 00 

1,038 50 

591 66 

591 66 
900 00 
912 50 
183 00 
999 96 
821 25 
474 67 



r0,196 39 



PVBLW WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-16 



Abate- 
ments. 



| cts. 

1,028 76 



Brought forward 

Secretary's Branch — Concluded. 

Savard, Philippe, clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $2.50 

Smith, Mde. V. St. Jean, clerk, to June 30, 88 d. at $1.50, 9^ m. at 

$50 ; overpaid $6 

St. Jean, Miss H., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $1 .50 



Accountant's Branch, notwithstanding C. S. Act (V— 330), (-$11,950.09). 

Barthe, G. R., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $3 

Bedard, J. B. E., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $3 

Dansereau, Ed., clerk, 228 d. to June 30, at $3 

DeMartigny, J., clerk, 273 d. to June 30, at $3 

Dube, Tancrede, clerk, to June 30, 11 3$ m. at $75, 1 d. at $3 

Gordon, John, clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $2.50 

Morin, J. A., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $2.25 

McKay, Louis J., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $3 

Pare, A., clerk, to June 30, 254 d. at $2.50, 111 at $3 

Stevenson, H. C, clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $3 

Stewart, H., typewriter, Dec. 5- June 30, at $40 

St. Laurent, J. B., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at 3.. 

Walters, H. McD., clerk, 365 d. to June 30, at $3 



1,028 76 



Public Works Department : Salaries at Ottawa -Con. 



Civil 
Government 



| cts. 
45,864 86 



Departmental Photographer : One-half salary. 
McLaughlin, D. A., half of $1,500 ($750 paid by R. & C. Dept) 

Telegraphs Branch (V—330), ($4,000). 

Keeley, D. H., General Supt. of Telegraph Services, 12 m. to June 30 

Keeley, Robt., clerk, 12 m. to June 30 

Parr, J. A., technical assistant to Supt., 12 m. to June 30 



Ottawa Royal Mint (V—20), ($127.50). 

Delaney, John, assistant in photo branch, Jan., 27 d. at $1.25. 

Launiere, E. R., assistant in photo branch, Jan . 

Roy, Moi'se, assistant in photo branch, Jan., 27 d. at $1.25. . . . 



Montreal Harbour (V—23), (#3,496.37). 



Austin, V., draughtsman, Oct. 4- Nov. 4 

Belanger, A., clerk, Feb., April-June, 119 d. at $1.75 

Davies, R., stenographer, Aug. -June, 337 d. at $1.50 

Day, A., photographer, Feb., April-June, 119 d. at $2 

Delaney, J., asst. in photo branch, Nov. -Dec, 52 d. at $1.25 

Denis, V., engineer, Jan. -Feb., April- June, 150 d. at $3 

Lacas, E., photographer, Jan. -Feb., April-June, 120 d. at $3 

Launiere, E. R., asst. in photo branch, Nov.-Dec, 2 m. at $60 

Roxborough, I., typewriter, 2 d. at $1 

Roy, M., asst. in photo branch, Nov. & Dec, 52 d. at $1.25; under- 
paid 50c .' 

Valade, A., clerk, Nov. -Feb., April-May, 181 d. at $1.50 

Valiquet, U., July- Aug., Feb. -June, 7 m. at $166.66 



Suney, North Channel River St. Lawrence (V—34), 

Forneret, V. W., asst. engineer, July-Sept., 92 d. at $4.50. . . . 
McLean, N. B., asst. engineer, July-Sept., 3 m. at $125 



Hydrographic Survey of St. Lawrence (V—Gl), ($3,228.46). 

Cowie, F. W., hydrographic engineer, May- June, 1 year at $2,000. 
Forneret, V. W., asst. engineer. Oct. -May, 273 d. at $4.50 



Carried forward 



Outside 

Vote. 



I cts. 
70,196 39 



912 50 

594 66 

547 50 



1,095 00 

1,095 00 

684 00 

819 00 

900 50 

912 50 

821 25 

1,095 00 

968 00 

1.095 00 

274 84 

1,095 00 

1,095 00 



'50 00 



2,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 


33 75 
60 00 
33 75 


45 00 
208 25 
505 50 
238 00 

65 00 

450 00 

360 00 

120 00 

2 00 


64 50 

271 50 

1,166 62 


414 00 
375 00 


2,000 00 
1,228 50 



45,864 86 | 96,592 51 



V-16A 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Abate- 
ments. 



$ cts. 
1,028 76 



Brought forward 

St. Lawrence Ship Channel {V—33), {-$5,035.49). 

Howden, James, supt. of dredging : April 1-June 30, 1901, 3 m. at 

$208.33 ; July 1-Mar. 31, 9 m. at $2 . 50 

Chaloner, Chas. F. X., asst. engineer, Oct., 31 d. at $4.50 

Corriveau, R. de B., asst. engineer, Feb. -May, 120 d. at $4. 

Dubuc, Arthur E., asst. engineer, Feb. -May, 120 d. at $4 

Hains, Henri, services, Oct., 31 d., Dec, 31 d. at $3 

McLean, N. B., asst. engineer, Oct. -Feb., Apl.-May, 7 m. at $125. . 



Public AVorks Department: Salaries at Ottawa— Con. 



Halifax : New Public Building ( V—84) ($273). 



Delaney, J., asst. in photo branch, April-June, 51 d. at $1.50. . . 
Launiere, E. ft , asst. in photo branch, April- June, 2 m. at $60. 
Roy, M., asst. in photo branch, April- June, 51 d. at $1.50 



Civil 
Government 



cts. 



45,864 96 



Granby, Que., Public Building (V—90), ($141). 

Delaney, John, asst. in photo branch, May, 1902, 27 d. at $1.50. 

Launiere, E. R., asst. in photo branch, May, 1902.. 

Roy, Moise, asst. in photo branch, May, 1902, 27 d. at $1.50 



Three Rivers Harbour, Que. (V—259), ($476). 

Delaney, John, asst. in photo branch, Feb., 1902,24 d. at $1.25, 
Mar., 26 d. at $1.50 

Denis, V., engineer, Mar., 1902, 31 d. at $3 

Launiere, E. R., asst. in photo branch, Feb. -Mar., 1902, 2 m. at $60. 

McLean, N. B., services, Mar., 1902 

Roy, Moise, asst. in photo branch, Feb., 1902, 24 d. at $1.25, Mar., 
26 d. at $1.50 



Harbours and Rivers, Maritime Prov. Generally (V — 238) $656 .50. 

Bedard, Jos., messenger, Nov. -Dec, 1901 

Belanger, A., clerk, Nov. -Dec, 1901 



Dupont, Moise, in cement room, Oct. -Nov., 61 d. at $1.50. 

Lacas, Emile, photographer, Oct. -Dec, 92 d. at $3 

Leveque, E., Nov. -Dec, 1901 

Robillard, Chas., on account translating 

Valade, Miss A., typewriting, 20 d. at $1.50 



Harbours and Rivers, Quebec Generally (V — 262) 



.50. 



Corriveau, R. B., asst. engineer, July, 1901 

Dupont, Moise, in cement room, Dec, 31 d. at $1.50 

Hardy, J. Edmond, asst. engineer, Nov. 14-Dec 31, 48 d. at $3. 
Robillard, Chas. , translating , 



South Nation River, Ont. (V — 271). 

Fraser, J. W., asst. engineer, April & June, 1902 : 2 m. at $166.66. 

St. Joseph, Lake Huron : Wharf(V—272). 

Corriveau, R. B., asst. engineer, Nov. -Jan.: 92 d. at $4 

Ottawa Building, Repairs (V—124) $1,103.65. 

j Bedard, J., labourer, July-Oct., 1901 : 113§ d. at $1.50 

Fortier, L., labourer, July-Dec, 1901 : 145§ d. at $1 .50 

Laframboise, A., labourer, July-Oct,, 1901 : 129J d. at $1.75 

Launiere, E. R., general jobber in D. A. McLaughlin's office, July- 
Oct. , 4 m. at $60 

Scrim, W. H., labourer, July-Oct., 1901 : 141| d. at $1.75. 



1,028 76 



Carried forward 



Outside 

Votes. 



45,864 96 



ct. 



96,592 51 



2,874 99 
139 50 
480 00 
480 00 
186 00 
875 00 


76 50 
120 00 
.76 50 


40 50 

60 00 
40 50 



69 OO 

93 00 

120 00 

125 00 

69 00 



78 00 


91 00 


91 50 


276 00 


65 00 


25 00 


30 00 


124 00 


46 50 


144 00 


25 00 



333 32 



368 00 



170 50 
218 50 
226 34 

240 00 
248 31 



105,318 97 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-17 



Abate- 
ments. 


Public Works Department: Salaries at Ottawa. 


Civil 
Government 


Outside 
Votes. 


$ cts. 
1,028 7G 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 
45,864 96 


$ cts. 
105,318 97 

168 00 




Harbours and Rivers, Ontario Generally (V—275) $3,417.21. 
Bedard, Jos., messenger, Jan. -April, 1902 : 112 d. at $1.50 




Belanger, Albert, Jan. -Mar., 1902 : 58 d. at $1.75 

Dav, Alfred, photographer, Dec. 27- Jan. 31, Mar., 1902 : 67 d. at $2. 




101 50 
134 00 




DesRosiers, L. A. : assistant, July-Dec., 6 m. at $130, Jan. -April, 
1902, 4 m. at $138.33 




1,333 32 
180 00 




Dupont, Mo'ise, in cement room testing cement, July, Jan., Feb., 
April : 120 d. at $1 . 50 






Fraser, J. W., engineer, Dec. -Mar., 1902 : 4 m. at $166.66 




666 64 




Hardy, J. Edmond, asst. engineer, Feb. -April, 1902 : 89 d. at $3 




267 00 




Lacas, Emile, photographer, March, 1902 : 31 d. at $3. . . 




93 00 




Lamoureux, Jos., asst. engineer, Mar. -April, 1902 : 2 m. at $120. . . . 




240 00 








46 50 




Leveque, E., messenger, Jan.-April, 1902 : 27 d. at $1.25, 89 d. at$1.50 
Robillard, Chas., translating report 




167 25 






20 00 




Harbours and Rivers, Manitoba Generally (V — 277). 
Desrosiers, L. A., assistant, June, 1902 




138 33 




Harbours and Rivers N. W.T. Generally ( V—277) $318. 
Bedard, Jos., messenger, Mav-June, 1902 : 61 d. at $1.50 




91 50 




Lacas, Emile, photographer, April, 1902 : 30 d. at $3 




90 00 




Leveque, E., messenger, May -June, 1902 : 61 d. at $1 .50 

Valade, Miss A., clerk, June, 1902 : 30 d. at $1 .50 




91 50 






45 00 




Harbours and Rivers, British Columbia Generally (V — 282). 
Robillard, Chas., translating 




7 50 




Hai-bours and Rivers, Generally (V—285). 

Dupont, Moise, asst. in cement room, Aug., Sept., May, June, 122 
d. at $1.50 , 




183 00 




Dredging, General Service ( V—Z15) $2,902.50. 
Dupont, Moise, in cement room, March, 1902 : 31 d. at $1.50 




46 50 




Godwin, E. B., asst. supt. of dredging, 12 m. to June 30 




1,600 00 
456 00 




Huot, E., clerk, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 at $38 






Pelletier, E., clerk, 8 m. to Feb. 28, 1902 „ 




800 00 




Des Joaclbims Bridge ( V — 320). 
Lamoux^eux, Jos., asst., engineer, 3 m. to Feb. 28 at $120 




360 00 




Surveys and Inspections (V—329) $3,096.33. 




244 00 




Denis, V.: asst. engineer, July 12-Sept. 25, Oct. 1-Nov. 30, 128 d. at 




474 00 




Desrosiers, L. A., assistant, May 1902, at $1,660 a year 




138 33 




Fraser, J. W., asst. engineer, July-Dec, 1901, at $2,000 a year 




1,000 00 
720 00 




Lamoureux, Jos., asst. engineer, 6 m. to Nov. 30. 1901, at $120 






Paradis, Paul, asst. engineer, 4 m. to Sept. 30, 1901, at $130 




520 00 




Telegraph Service Generally. 
Robillard, Chas., translating report 




92 50 




Collection of Slide and Boom Dues. 
Robillard, Chas., translating report 




24 00 




Total 






1,028 76 


45,864 96 


115,858 34 







1— 2v 



V-18 



AUDITOR GEXERAL'S REPORT, 190U1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Public Works Department: Civil Government Contingencies. 

Stationery, March-Nov. 30, 1001 ($2,546.84). 
Books and maps — 

Almanac de Gotha, $1.80 ; Almanac Hachette, 90c 

Canada, Vol. VI, $9 ; Century Atlas of the World, 2, $15.50 

Clifton and Grimaux Dictionary, $6.30 ; English Dictionary, 2, $8.50 

French Dictionary, 60c; French and English Dictionary, $6.30 

Gazetteer of British North America, $4 ; Life of Queen Victoria, $13.80 

List of Commons, 40c. ; List of Senators, 40c; map of Yukon, $1 

Map of Maritime Provinces, $4 ; map of North-west Territories, $1.50 , 

Map of Manitoba, 50c. ; map of Ontario, $4 ; map of Kootenay District, 50c 

Map of British Columbia, $2.50 ; map of Europe, $2.40 

Map of Nova Scotia, 3, $15 . 85 ; Montreal Directory, $5 

Ontario Gazetteer and Directory, $5 ; Ottawa Directory, 4, $12 

Rare Cartoons of Canadian History, $4 ; Slater's Code, 2, $3.30.. . 

Webster's Dictionary ... ................. ........ 

Canadian almanacs, 2 at 18c, 1 at 35c; Burr's combination index, $67.50, freight, 4oc. 

Attendance books, 25 at 85c; blank books, 4, $8.05 ; cheque book, $3.50 

Diaries, 4 at 48c; indexes, 36, $14.49 ; letter books, 2 at $1.40, 1 at $2.10 

Memo books, 127, $50.21 ; recruits for memo, books, 18, $2.76 

Reporter's note books, 288, $11.22 ; pocketbooks, 2 at $3.75, 1 at $4.50, 1 at $5.50. .... 

Scrap books, 33, $16.10 ; shorthand note, 2 doz., $1.02 ; scratch pads, 263, $25.93. ..... 

Requisition books, 2, $1 . 10 ; Bristol board, 6 shts., 72c; visiting cards, 36 pkgs., $4.68 
Rubber erasers, 341, $20.40 ; cash boxes, 2 at $1 ; Roger's file boards, 10 prs. at 30c. . . 

Baskets, 57, $39.48 ; brief bags, 2 at $7 80, 1 at $6.25, 1 at $5.50, lettering, 21c 

Portfolios, 1 at $14 . 50, 1 at $18 . 50 ; leather bag to fit receipt book, $2 . 50 

Wallets, 3 at 70c ; letter cases, 2 at $2 . 25 ; duplex files, 12 at 25c 

Canvas straps, 48, $2 82 ; upright files, 3 at 22c ; hook files, 6 at 5e 

Silk laces, 1 doz., 46c ; Eureka clips, 2 boxes, 40c ; clip file, 2oc 

Envelope openers, 15 at 15c ; desk knives, 61 at 27c ; desk blade, 22c . ' 

Scissors, 36 prs., $20.28 ; perforators, 2 at $1.40 ; bodkins, 7 at 12c, 2 at 14c 

Jack knives, 8, $2.80 ; pen knives, 2 at 88c. ; paper cutters, 3 at 80c, 4 at 14c 

Ink 79 bottles, $23.78 ; inkstands, 51, $61 .57 ; ink extractors, 16 at 10c 

Mucilage, 11 bot. at 50c, 1 at 30c, 1 at 22c; mucilage founts, 15, $2.88 

Mucilage brushes, 8, 48c; sealing wax, 10| lbs., $4.07 ; paste, 41 jars, $6.44. 

Metal bodied type, 2 boxes, $8.65 ; porcelain tablets, 4 at 36c; tnermometers, 8, $4.29 

Envelope sealers, 12 at 85c; envelope dampers, 9 at 19c; damping trays, 2 at $2.75 

Book rests, 3, $1.13 ; desk pads, 27, $11 .26 ; corkscrews, 2 at 75c ... ... 

Rubber stamps, 12, $17.85 ; stamp repairs, 2, $2.30; stamp pads, 10, $1.68 

Hand blotters, 44, $13.52 ; pen trays, 4 S 42c ; key rings, 6 46c. 

Niagara clips, 79 boxes, $8 . 58 ; tape lines, 2 at $2 . 50 ; reading glass, $1 .3d. 

Silk cord, 12 skeins at 80c; red tape, 3 pkgs., $2.12 ; taste, 42 cards, $o3.60. 

Pins 30 papers at 7c, 97 at 12c; pincushions, 11, $3.52 ; drawing puis, 12, 21c 

Rulers, 29, $5.51 ; pen wipers, 14, $3.53 ; paper weights, 33, $18.08 

Paper fasteners, 30 boxes, $3.85 ; rubber bands, 234 boxes, $120.30 

Pens 118 boxes, $33.42 ; fountain pens, 2 at $5, 2 at $3.50 ; drawing pens, 3 at 68c 

Pencils, 58 doz., $14.81 ; automatic pencils, 118, $20.83 ; leads, 60 boxes at 5c 

Penholders, 320, $15.59 ; coloured pencils, 219, $9.21 ; pencil point protectors, i at zc 

Paper and envelopes— 

Blotting, 4& rms., $28.77 ; Canadian linen ledger, 2 rms., $7.30 

Carbon, 18 boxes at $2.40, 8 at $2.65 ; foolscap, 17* rms $77.73 

Letter, 10| rms., $77.23 ; manifold, 6 boxes at 60c, 3 at 63c, 6 at $1 2 at $1.45. . 

Note, 34^ rms., $63.99, 7 boxes, $7; wrapping, 10| rms., $52.09; envelopes, 40,9oO 

$135 20 . - 

Typewriters, 5 at $102. 50, 1 at $105, less $107 .50 allowed for three old machines 

Typewriter cabinets, 1 at $55, 2 at $30 ; leather case, $15 ; repairs $52. 9o. 

Typewriter ribbons, 102 at 60c ; platens, 2 at $5 . 50 ; rubber keys, 1 set, &3 . < 5 

Copy holders, 2 at $1.65, 1 at $1.60 ; felt pads, 2, $1 ; oil, 15 bot. at 7c 

Taper stand, 84c ; sponges and bowls, 4 at lie ; twine boxes, 5 at 2oc 

Twine, 61| lbs., $14.80 ; sundry small items, $1.38 

Detailed in 1900-1 

Printing, Lithographing, &c. ($2,134.15). 

'Kind's Printer, printing, binding, &c, $2,043.82; lithographing, $115.83; less, paid in 

1902-03, $31. 3 1.... ■■- 

Parliamentary publications 

Sundries ($8,317.63). 

■ Travel of Ottawa officials : 3.1. Tarte, $9C0 ; A. Gobeil, $749.95: J. d'E. Clement, $613; 

CabS'af 'ottawaTlkon. J.' I. Tarte, June i3,' 1901,'to June 21,' 1902,' $536 '; A.' Gobeil, 
$38 25 • R. C. Desroches, $1.50; D. Ewart, $3.50 ; F. Gehnas, $234 ; J. B. St. Laurent, 
$7.25 ; Madame E. L. Turcott, $4 ; J. Vincent, 50c ; messengers, $3.50 



$ cts. 



PageV-16 



Carried forward. 



2 70 


24 50 


14 80 


6 90 


17 80 


1 80 


5 50 


5 00 


4 90 


20 85 


17 00 


7 30 


3 00 


68 66 


32 80 


21 31 


52 97 


28 72 


43 05 


6 50 


25 40 


67 04 


35 50 


9 60 


3 78 


1 11 


18 94 


24 20 


7 52 


86 95 


8 90 


10 99 


14 38 


17 41 


13 89 


21 83 


14 40 


14 93 


45 32 


17 47 


27 12 


124 15 


52 46 


38 64 


24 94 


36 07 


142 13 


91 62 


258 28 


510 00 


182 95 


75 95 


6 95 


2 53 


16 18 


111 25 



2,128 34 
5 81 



3,058 61 
828 50 



8,568 10 



rUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-19 



Public Works Department: Civil Government Contingencies— Continued. 
Brought forward 

Sundries— Concluded. 

Thibault, L. D., Montreal, outlay washing towels, 23 at 5c. ; cab-hire, GOc. ; street car fares 
40c 

Express charges, $73.31 ; street car fares, 1206.08 ; cartage, $12.75 

Postage, 853.14 ; telegrams, §2,808.10 ; telephoning, 1483.50 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers, $6.50 ; express drivers, §2 

Repairing daters and rubber stamps, $2.80 ; repairing fountain pen, 25c 

Copies of judgment in the cases The King vs. Pride and St. Michel vs. The King 

Laundry for car ' Montreal,' §4.70 ; towels. 5 doz. at §2.25 

Rent of typewriters, 11 mos. at $5, 9 d. in Montreal at 50c, repairs, 50c 

Travelling hags, 2 at $7, 1 at $6. 40, 1 at $6.95, 1 at $6.25, 1 at §5.50, 1 at §4.50 

Lettering satchel, -SI. 50 ; repairing despatch bag, §1 ; tumblers, 39, §5.17 

Hair brushes, 5 at 75c, 4 at $1.25 ; combs, 5 at 25c, 1 at 35c, 1 at 40c, 2 at 20c 

"Whisks, 15 at 25c, 1 at 35c ; spittoons, 2, 85c ; soap dishes, 2, 50c 

Isinglass, 6 lbs"., $4.50 ; feather dusters, 1 at 50c, 1 at §1.50 ; corkscrew, ",10c 

Matches, 5 doz. boxes at §2.04, 1 doz. at §1.75, 2 doz. at §1.50 

Soap, 1!) doz. at 60c., 1 doz. at §3, 1 doz. at §1, 2 doz. at 90c, 3 doz. at 45c, 6 doz. for §2.60. . 

Washing towels, Mrs. Bray, 432 doz. at 25c 

Subscriptions to newspapers in Canada, §282:50 ; Britain, §46.89 ; France, §47.18 ; United 
States, §106.35 , 



Total, carried to page V— 2. 



Ottawa Military Buildings: New Store. 



Bourque & Lemoine, detailed in 1900-1901, page V— 17 

Ives, H. K. & Co., Montreal : 4 Buffalo boilers, §840 ; 4 special headers, §175 ; freight and 

shipment, §40.80 

Martel & Langelier, contract complete for hot water apparatus 

Bay-lists detailed with 'Ottawa Buildings Repairs,' page V r — 125 (§2,443.67) 

Clei-k of works staff, June, 1902 

Mechanical staff, foreman of elec light and wiremen, May-June , 

General repairs, June : carpenters, 136 d. at §2 ; painters, 13 d. at §2.25, 91| at §2 ; 

labourers, 364^ d. at §1.50, 12 at §1.25 ; carter, 12 d. at §2.25 . . 

Bay-list detailed with f Ottawa City Roads and Bridges,' page V— (§100.75)— 

Labourers breaking stones, June : 13 d. at $1.50, 65 at §1.25 

Butterworth & Co., Ottawa : 600 ft. of speaking tube, 24 elbows and 13 mouth pieces, §41 

l$-in. cyl. cupboard locks, 36 at 95c ; sundries, §48.35 

Canadian General Elec Co., 30 glazed pore tubes 

Cavanagh, The Edward Co., Montreal : R, E. wire, 300 ft. of No. 4 at §8.43, 300 of No. 6 at 

§6.12, 804 of No. 10 at §3, 400 of No. 12 at §2, 5,556 of No. 14 at §1.38 ; 1,442 ft. flex, cord 

at 2c ; Ed. sockets, 136 at 21c, 15 at 20c ; sundry electrical supplies, §96.84 

Dupuis, D., Hull : good sidings, D. 2 S., 2,000 ft. of H-in. at §50, 2,000 ft. of 1-in. at §45 ; 

1,000 ft. of J-in. basswood, §30 ; sundry, §2 ; cartage, §3 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ottawa, 6 ladders 

Killeen, G. F., Ottawa, team, June 5-25, 15J d. at §3.50 

Marchand, F. E. & Co., Ottawa : fixtures, 3 3-light at §4.25, 8 2-light at §3.50 ; 1 hall fixture, 

§1.50 ; shade holders, 40 at 8c, 40 at 50c ; 2 portable lamps, §4 ; 14 brackets at §1.90 ; 

12-in. 100 volt desk fan, §19 ; sundry electrical supplies, §89.83 

Pringle, R. E. T., Montreal : R. C. wire, 4,000 tt. No. 14 at §13, 3,000 ft. of No. 12 at §18, 

695 ft. of No. 10 at $23 : flex, cord, 3,000 ft. of No. 16 at 2c, 1,025 of No. 18 at l§c ; 15 

lbs. Grimshaw tape at §1.15 ; sundry supplies, §64.83 

Sutherland, John, Ottawa, repairing plaster : 10 brls. rough asbestic, §18 ; 3 brls. finish, §6 ; 

14 kegs plaster, §14; brl. putty, §1.50; cartage, §3.20; plasterer, 17 d.at §3.33; labourer, 

11J d. at §1.80 

Advertising, §436.93 ; King's Printers account, §56.67 , 



Total, carried to page V— 2 

Ottawa military Buildings: Fittings, IMoist, etc. 



Ilurdman, G. Chas., contract complete for fittings 

Fensorn Elevator Works, contract complete for electric hoist. 

Total, carried to page "V —2 



Ottawa Astronomical Observatory. 

Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, 16 days' work digging test pits. 
Advertising, §523.68 ; King's Frinter's account, §86.08 

Total, carried to page V— 2 

l-2Jv 



$ CtB. 

5,5.18 10 



2 15 

292 14 

3,344 74 

8 50 

3 05 
2 50 

15 95 
60 00 
43 60 
7 67 
11 15 

5 45 

6 60 
14 95 
21 15 

108 00 

482 92 



12,998 62 



8,241 10 

1,055 SO 
2,950 00 

598 15 
772 63 

1,072 89 

100 75 

123 55 

6 84 



309 68 

225 00 

114 00 

54 25 



207 88 
281 15 



119 71 
493 60 


16,726 98 


12,460 00 
4,294 00 

16,754 00 



20 00 
609 76 



629 76 



V-20 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Ottawa Victoria Memorial Museum* 

Travel of Ottawa officials : D. Evvart 



Ottawa Royal Mint. 



King's Printer's account , . , 

Salaries in department at Ottawa (Page V — 16) 

Travel of Ottawa officials : L>. Ewart 



Total carried to page V — 2. 



Ottawa Parliament Buildings : Addition over Engine Room, &c. 

Pay-lists, detailed with ' Ottawa Buiidings' repairs : Mechanical Staff' (Page V — 125) 

Arial, T., carp., 1,102 h. at 22§c. ; Baker, T., labourer, l,009f h. at 19£c 



Barnabe, N., mason, 480$ h. at 36c. ; Barnabe, X., mason, 475$ h. at 36c. 

Baron, E., labourer, 1,959$ h. at 168c, 18 d. at $1.50 

Baxter, J., stonecutter, 1,8501 h. at 36c. ; Beaudry, M., carp., 853$ h. at 22|c 

Beaulieu, A., labourer, 175| h. at 19^c. ; painter, 426^ h. at 22fc 

Belanger, Z., labourer, 164 h. at 16|c, 1,677 h. at 19fc 

Benard, D., plasterer, 233 h. at 30c. ; Benoit, E., checker, 44 a. at $1.75. 

Biehler, J., jr., bricklayer, 817 h. at 36c. ; less, short paid, SI 

Biron, X., labourer, 830^ h. at 19fc. ; Blais, A., labourer, 886 h. at 16§c 

Boileau, J., labourer, 571 h. at 16|c, 1,554| at 19|c. ; 18 d. at $1.50 , 

Bonell, R., carp., 931 h. at 22fc. ; Boutin, J. B., carter, 9874 h. at 22|c 

Boucher, E., labourer, 694$ h. at 16|c. ; painter, 390 h. at 22|c , 

Bourguignon, J., plasterer, 365J h. at 30c. ; Bovill, W. J., carp., 346^ h. at 22|c 

Bowman, J., plasterer, 381 h. at 30c. ; Brethour, T., plasterer, 390 h. at 30c 

Burke, E., carp., 473^ h. at 22§c ; Caille, M., plasterer, 197 h. at 30c 

Chapman, S., labourer, 112 h. at 18§c ; Chartrand v Z., carp., 152 h. at 22fc. 

Cherry, S., carp., 815| h. at 22|c. ; Chevrier, U., labourer, 240 h. at 16|c 

Clark, P., mason, 1,282$ h. at 36c 

Cote, C, labourer, 891$ h. at 14c, 675 h. at 16§c, 18 d. at $1.25 

Craig, A., bricklayer, 392^ h. at 36c , 

Craig, H., bricklayer, 1,399$ h. at 36c, 10 d. at $3 

Dagenais, M., labourer, 306 h. at 16§c. ; Dayly, J., plasterer, 332 h. at 30c 

DeBeaumont, R., labourer, 67^ h. at 16|c. ; Bery, M. plasterer, 605 h. at 30c 

DesRosiers, A., labourers 300 h. at 14c ; Dowsley, C, bricklayer, 397$ h. at 36c 

Devaney, J., labourer, 216 h. at 168c, 18 d. at $1.50 

Dubuc, L., plasterer, 280 h. at 30c, ; Dufresne, J. B., stonecutter, 1,291$ h. at 36c 

Dussault, A., stonecutter, 1,361| h. at 36c ; Dussault, W., stonecutter, 771^ h. at 30|c. 

Eastcott, J., stonecutter, 1,148^ h. at 36c; Egan, J., stonecutter, 801^ h. at 28c 

Egan, T., bricklayer, 1,334| h. at 36c; 17 d. at $3 

English, J., bricklayer, 723$ h. at 36c; Faucher, E., painter, 221 h. at 22?c 

Foisy, F., painter, 1,704^ h. at 22? 7 c ; Foley, B., plasterer, 351 h. at 30c 

Fraser, W. J., plasterer, 401 h. at 30c; Frechette, N., painter, 211£ h. at 22§c 

French, T., labourer, l,054i h. at 16§c; Gauthier, A., painter, 252 h. at 22|c 

Gariepy, E., carp., 946| h. at 22§c; Gervais, W., painter, 162^ h. at 22§c 

Green, A., plasterer, 197 h. at 30c ; Green, J., plasterer, 197 h. at 30c 

Grenon, H., labourer, 785$ h. at 14c, -J20| h. at 16|c 

Hamelin, J., carp., 1,132 h. at 22§c; Hayden, J., labourer, 504 h. at 19|c 

Herbst, H., painter, 135 h. at 22§c . 

Hillman, A., labourer, 602| h. at 16§c, 1,605.? h. at 19£c , 18 d. at $1.50. 



Labelle, D., stonecutter, 728 h. at 36c; Lachance, R., stonecutter 421^ h. at 36c. 

Lachance, W., stonecutter, 751^ h. at 36c; Lafleur, D., carp., 714 h. at 22fc 

Lajoie, N., carp., 67| h. at 22|c; Lalonde, E., labourer, 1,391| h. at 16§c 

Lalonde, N., carp., 166^ h. at 22gc; Lamoreux, J., plasterer, I763 h. at 30c .... 

Lamothe, G. T., painter, 296 h. at 22|c; Landry, N., carp., 33 h. at 25c 

Landry, T., carter, 1,112^ h. at 25c, team, 322^ h. at 44|c .... 

Langlois, I., labourer, 775 h. at 14c, 1,081 h. at 16§c., 8*d. at $1.25 

Lapensee, O., labourer, 640$ h. at 14c, 946i h. at 16§c , 

Latimer, J., carpenter, 2,684^ h. at 22? ( c, IS d. at $2 

Lavictoire, T., stonecutter, 462i h. at 36c; Layer, E., painter, 261^ h. at 22|c. .. 

Leblanc, A., mason, 649$ h. at 36c; Leblanc, I., labourer, 135 h. at 14c 

Legault, S., lather, 504 h. at 28c ; Leggett, H., carp., 802| h. at 22=c 

Lemay, A., labourer, 846| h. at 16§c.; Lemay, J., labourer, 373^ h. at I63C 

Lemieux, J., carp., 18 h. at 22^c; Lewis, J., plasterer, 374 h. at 30c . 

Mahan, M. J., bricklayer, 1,172| h. at 36c; Mathieu, E., painter, 239 h. at 22|c. 

Mathieu, A... stonecutter, 384| h. at 30gc, 459 h. at 16§c 

Mathieu, G., stonecutter, 2,041^ h. at 36c, 18 d. at $3 

Merryfield, C, bricklayer, 1,171 h. at 36c; Monette, A., carp., 240 h. at 22§c 

Miller, G., carpenter, 2,236$ h. at 19^c, 18 d. at $1.75 



Carried forward..*. 



$ cts. 
423 28 



117 44 
127 50 
546 57 



791 51 



1,358 15 
441 28 
343 98 
353 55 
855 82 
128 92 
353 45 
146 90 
293 12 
309 19 
424 48 
426 39 

202 39 
186 65 
231 30 
164 33 

54 34 
221 23 
461 61 
259 78 
141 30 
533 73 
150 60 
192 75 
185 01 

63 00 
548 85 
725 92 
637 88 
531 51 
309 49 
484 11 
167 30 
231 75 
246 46 
118 20 
180 03 
349 59 

30 00 
439 72 
361 06 
413 82 
286 43 

246 97 
89 95 
74 03 

421 47 
298 67 

247 35 
632 65 
224 62 
252 63 
319 47 

203 38 
116 20 
475 31 
194 01 
788 94 
474 90 
466 41 



20,076 33 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-21 



Ottawa Parliament Buildings : Addition, Ace— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Mullin, E., labourer, 667^ h. at 16go., 1,347£ h. at 19*c, 15 d. at $1.50 

McCallum, D., carp., 1,6641 h. at 22fc.j McCartney, W., plasterer, 383 h. at 30c 

McCourt, T., labourer, 98j h. at 16§e.j McEwan, W., labourer, 1,030£ h. atlG^c 
McNulty, H., plasterer, 675 h. at 30c; Newton, W. J., carp., 424A h. at 22#c 
O'Connor, It., plasterer, 336 h. at 30c; O'Donnell, M., labourer, L1451 h. at 16«C 

O'Donnell, J., stonecutter, 1,810^ h. at 36c, 18 d. at $3 

O'Meara, J., labourer, 845£ h. at 16§c.j Pageau, P., plasterer, 262 h. at 30c! ..... '. 

O'Neil, M., labourer, 785^ h. at 16§c, 463 h. at 19|o 

Paquette, P., plasterer, 657 h. at 30c; Parize, T.,'sr., labourer, 54 h. at 14c 

Parize, T., jr., labourer, 569.^ h. at 18ic, 952£ h. at 19,',c, 18 d. at $1 .65. . . 

Pela-n, W., carp., 1,587 h. at 222c; Pelletier, H., plasterer, 360 \ li. at 30c 

Picard, L., carp., 103* h. at 22|c; Portugais, P., labourer, 6 h . at 15;; 

Pooley, H., labourer, 122£ h. at 16gc, 744 h. at 19Jc 

Quesnel, L., gen'l jobber, 618^ h. at 19|c; Ralston R., carp., 786 h. at 22*c. 

Ranger, O., labourer, 408 h. at 16§c., 18 d. at $1.50 

Reardon, Jas., stonecutter, 631^ h. at 36c ; Reardon, Jno, labourer, 620 i h. at 19#! 

Regimbal, C, carp., 871J h. at 22§c; Richard, A. E., checker, 47 d. at $1.75 

Richer, H. W., labourer, 415^ h. at 16§c.; Rochefort, Jas., plasterer, 509 h. at 30c. 

Rochette, J., carp., 166£ h. at 22£c; Rose, D., plasterer, 283 h. at 30c. . . . 

Rourke, M., carp., 368i h. at 22.^. ; Sarazin, J., plasterer, 463 h. at 30c 

Seguin, A., carp., 1,034| h. at 22?,c; Shea, T., carp., 297i h. at 22gc 

Seguin, J. B., labourer, \Yl\ h. at 16§c, 378A h. at 19£c 

Shipman, R., carp., 82l£ h. at 22^c ; ^Sutherland, A., plasterer, 6G8 h. at 30c 

Sutherland, John, fore, plasterer, 711 d. at 44£ 

St. George, H., bricklayer, 641 h. at 36c; St. Jean, S., carp., 225 h. at 22fc. 

Theberge, H., carp., 232£ h. at 22§c; Tremblay, A., labourer, 1,0073 h. at 1G# 

Trepanier, J. B., labourer, 835{£ h. at 14c, 668 at lG§c, 17 d. at $1.25 

Vahquette, M., carpenter, 301^ h. at 22|c 

Adams, S : street car fares 

Ahearn & Soper ($2,060.57)— 

Installing induct motor wires 

One 2\ h. p. 500-v. shunt wound standard speed motor, $162 ..].[...,.. ....]. 

One 10 h. p. 500-v. shunt wound slow speed motor, with rails, pulley and rheostat, $460 

boxing, $2. 10 

Fixtures, 10-10 It. at $19, 4-6 It. at $10. 50, '7-4 it." at $12.75 

Fixtures, 1-6 It. at $13.50, 11-3 It, at $11.80, 9-2 lt.at $4.10, 3-3 It. at $ii 

D. P. fused switches, 75 ampl. 500-v., 2 at $25. 

Holophane shades, 216 at 65c ; swing portables, 20 at $2.50 '. '. '. '. ". '. ' ', ','. '. \ ] [ 

Sundry wire, shades, &c 

Baizane, A., roping ornament for rooms, 112 ft. at 35c .....'. 

Bailey, G. : labour, 307 h. at 30c, 312 at 40c, 73 at 60c; supplies, $82.05 '. 

Bate, H. N. & Sons : K. C. Cement, 8 brls at $9.75. . . 

Brunet, Jos ($1,998.88)— 

Contract for terracotta, 12-in. thick, 4,457 sq. ft 

Contract for 8,000 blocks (12 x 8 x 4), at 50c 

Entre blocks 1,625 (12 x 6 x 12) ; keys, 650 (12 x 8 x 12) ; skews,' 1,250 (12 x 4 x 12) V i",662J 

ft., in all at 27c 2 

Campbell & Sutherland: 6 brls. asbestic, $i6.'S0 '; 2 brls." finish", '$4';' lOkeffs" plaster ' $10- 

cartage, $2 ; labour, 208 h. at 38c ' ' ' 

Caverhill, Learmont & Co.: 38 globe valves, $69.30; 30 radiator angle valves' $58 28 :' 4453 

ft., 7 in iron pipe, $302.80 ; sundry, $76.33 

Charleson W.G.: anvil, $15. GO; cast' steel, 1434 lbs. at 12c; felt, 5, 694 'lbV at' $1.90;' 'hose 
k} a c 'J> 1 ? /. t at 20c,; L, 1341 ^- ir0 "> ^25.97 ; jack screws and bars, 8 at $7 ; leather belting, 
33 2 ft at 4oc; mortar hods, 12 at $2 ; manilla, 182^ lbs. at 15c; pitch, 6,423 lbs. at 90e; 

?i° rt ?Sf i f nT 'S L ro ^ r ^' J 2 £qs - at $1A0 > U at $ L(J5 J nails > 6 ke S s a t §3. 6 at $3.05 

11 at $3.10, 3 at $3.50 ; 7 kegs, $26.15 ; sundrv, $229.04 

Credit Forks Stone Co.: stone, l,013g ft. at 80c;" less freight, $201.55. 

Dom. Transport Co : cartage and piling 

Edwards W. C. & Co., Ltd.: lumber, 1,166 ft. at $13, 3,403 ft (boards '"(3 x4* 2x6,"&c.) at 

?iV^°<A (6 /°' - 3 , x4 ' **>■ at m > 6 ' 492 ft - 10x ™. 12 *12 5 &c.), at $17,4,562 ft 

(4 x 6 3 x 8, &c), at $18, 1,354 pes. at 18c, 4,691 ft. (8 x 12, 12 x 12), at $19 2 104 ft fl-in 
'matched, 4 x 4, &c), at $20, 4,978 ft. (8 x 8, 12 x 15 x Sh), at $22, 3,986 ft. (4 x 5, 3x4 1 x 
8, &c ) at $24 ; carting, $10.50 ; sundry, $40.90 ; less $202.34 charged to 1902-03 
Expanded Metal and Fire Proofing Co. : lathing, 432 sq. yds at 25c ; 3-in. mesh, 4,S40 sq ' ft ' at 



10c. 



Fensom Elevator Works ($8,000)— 

Contract for House of Commons elevator, $1,500 ; less $500 retained until alterations 
made 



Contract for Senate elevator, $4,500 ; less $500 retained until 'alteration's "made 

Forsyth Granite and Marble Co.: mending and filling granite columns, $17; red granite 

columns, 6 at $2o0; labour erecting columns, &c, $98.60 

Gingras, J., smithwork, $67.80 ; Lawson, T. smithwork, $280.18. .....'. 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
20,072 33 



395 79 


484 88 


187 37 


296 84 


291 69 


705 78 


219 53 


220 96 


204 66 


319 34 


460 84 


23 94 


165 04 


294 89 


95 00 


348 01 


275 95 


221 95 


121 90 


220 79 


296 09 


92 35 


382 97 


316 01 


280 94 


219 64 


249 67 


67 00 


17 25 


450 00 


162 00 


462 10 


321 25 


213 20 


50 00 


190 40 


211 62 


39 20 


343 35 


78 00 


1,150 00 


400 00 


448 S8 


105 84 


506 7) 



767 04 

609 45 

22 50 



iS7 87 
392 00 



4,000 00 
4,000 00 

1,615 60 

347 98 



45,424 39 



V-22 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD V!!., A. 1903 



Ottawa Parliament Buildings : Addition, &c. — Concluded. 



Brought forward. 



Graves Bros.: bronze and mortise locks, 18 sets at $1.75, 12 at $2 ; bronze push plates, 40 at 
$1.50 ; sash lifts, 5 doz. at $3.25 ; spring hinges. 20 prs. at $6.25 ; sundry, $95.86 

Horwood, H. & Sons : 9 leaded lights, $29.85 ; putty, &c, $1.03 ; labour, 100 h. at 40c 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: columns and plates, 6,028 at 2*c; mall, iron clips, 1,417 at 2c; steel 
beams, 86,374 lbs. at $1.80; steel channels, 3,770 lbs. at 3c; steam rds., 658| ft. at 26^ c; 
sundry, $60.24 § 

Kirby, T. S. & Co. : Nepean sandstone, 58 J ft. dimension stone, at 80c ; rubble, 24| toise at 
$25 ; limestone, $6 . 

La,ndry, T.: drawing gravel, 26| yds. at $3; carting stone, 20 carloads at $7 ; team, 9 d. at 
$4 ; sundry, $3.25 

Marchand, P. E. & Co.: aluminum shades, 150 at 45c, 100 (frosted) at 65c; sundry electrical 
supplies, $53 .86 

Mills, A. K. & Son : tiling walls and floor, 239 ft. at 70c ; 30 ft. 8 in. marble sill and pipecover, 
$29.10; sundry, $4 

McEachern Heating & Ventilating Co., steel plate cone fan ... . , 

Odell Bros., brick, 4,000 at $7.50, 108,000 at $9 

Orr, R., heavy wire and iron protection window screens, 189 sq. ft. at 28c 

Ottawa Elec Co., shades, &c ; 

Ottawa Fire Proof Supply Co.: asbestic, 69J tons, (rough) at $6.50, 3 (finish) at $14 ; block 
covering, 51 ft. at 40c; cement, 717 brls. (Star) at $2.85, 23 (Super K.) at $10.50, 1 
(coarse) at $6.50 ; lime, 360 bush, at 23c; metallic lathing, 1,500 yds. at 25c; plaster of 
Paris, 117 brls. at $2 : pipe covering, 143 ft. 1-in. at 22c, 34 ft. l|-in. at 23c, 34 ft. 2-in. 
at 27c, sundry, $12 . 21 

Owen Sound Portland Cement Co., cement, 100 brls. at $2.30, 200 at $2.37^ 

Kobillard & Co.; Brussels carpet, 1,040^ yds. at $1.40 ; stair carpet, 19 yds. at $2.25 sewing 
and laying carpet, 660 yds. at 7c; rugs, 1—15 x 15, $65, 2—9 x 9, 7 x 12 at $35, 3—6 x 9, 
7x7,5x7,$37 

Stephen Bros.: boiled oil, 56 galls, at 90c; fish glue, 50 lbs. at 25c; bard oil, 13^ galls, at 
$2.25 ; rubbing varnish, 5 galls, at $3.50 ; shellac, 18 galls, (white) at $3 ; turpentine, 53 
galls, at 75c; white lead. 1.375 lbs. at $6.50 ; rolled plate glass, 376 ft. $-in. at 20c, 389 
ft. j^.in. at 22c, 499^ ft. f-in. at 25c; polished plate glass, 8 panes at $1.65, 8 at $2.45, 
4 at $3.15, 8 at $3.40; 2 at $3.55, 2 at $3.70, 4 at $9 ; double glass, 24 panes at 70c, 14 at 
$1.20, 14 at $2, 7 at $2.35, 14 at $2.60, 19 at $3.50 ; 32 oz. glass, 16 lights at $3, 12 at $4. 
7 at $4.50, 13 at $6, 14 at $6.50 ; sundry, $248.79 , 

Vaive, P., sand, 511 yds. at 75c 

Freight: C. A. R., $38.37; O. P. R., $219.77; Can. Express, $14.70. ... "•' 

Flagpole, $5.50; ladders, $7.50; sand, $5.40 

Total carried to page V— 2 



Montreal Harbour (Lower Uivision) Improvements below 
St. Mary's Current. 



Poupore and Malone ($186,430.15)— 

Work under contract 

Extension of Engineer's Office, $175 ; painting, $30 ; plumbing, $10 

Stone ballast to fill old pier, $393 ; labour, &c, $52 .15 

Engineering Staff — Construction — 

Papineau, L. G., resident engineer, 10 m. to June 30, 1902, at $200, \ charged to this 
vote ; outlay, $6 . 45 

McCabe, T., inspector, May 28-June 30, 1902, 34 d. at $4 

Picotte, P., inspector, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, 310 d. at $4 

St. Martin, J. S., inspector, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, 365 d. at $2 ; outlay, $22.63 

Dubuc, J. H., assistant, 11 d. at $2.50 ; outlay, $4.95 

Vanasse, F., Jr., assistant, 6 d. at $2.50 ; outlay, $2.70 

Engineering Staff —Surveying : — 

Amiot, P. E., asst. engineer, 5 m. to May 30, 1902, 151 d. at $4 

Favreau, N., messenger, 12 in. to June 30, 1902, 365 d. at $2 

Robert, E., clerk, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, 365 d. at $1 

Trottier, M. A., 3 m. to March 31, 1902, 86 d. at $2 

Bailey, Geo: making 2 model grain elevators per order, $283.45 ; sundry, $38. SO 

Beaudry, J. L., rent of office, May 15- June 30, 1902 , 

Bell Tel. Co.: exchange service, 6 m. to June 30, 1902, $35 ; conversations, $29.40 ; changing 

location of instrument, $1 . 20 

Bourassa, R., rowboat, $18 ; Cbarlebois, J. B., making drain, $14.50 

Hains, H., work in J. Archambault's office, Nov. 1, 1901- June 30 1902, 211 d. at $3 

Harrison & Co., charts, &c, $12.50 ; Lafleur, J. L., hardware, $16.87 

Hearn & Harrison : repairs to instruments, $38 ; rod to order, $83.98 

Lamontagne, H. & Co., 2 bags, $22.50 ; McNeil, E. R., typewriter cabinet, $30 

Lamoureux, J.: ast't. engineer, services 2 m. to June 30, 1902. at $120 ; travel and outlay, 

$126.70 



$ cts. 
45,424 39 



352 61 

70 88 



2,081 67 

665 17 

258 75 

186 36 

200 40 

73 31 

1,002 00 

52 92 

12 15 



3,558 07 
705 00 



1,717 65 



1,428 97 
383 25 

272 84 
18 40 


58,464 79 



Carried forward 193,143 28 



185,770 00 
215 00 
445 15 



1,006 45 
136 00 

1,240 00 
752 63 

32 45 
17 70 

604 00 
730 00 

365 00 
172 00 
322 25 

33 00 

65 60 

32 50 
633 00 

29 37 
121 98 

52 50 

366 70 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-23 



Montreal Harbour Improvements — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Mandcll Bros.: telegrams, $3.06 ; velox, SO. 82 ; Wilson Bros., coal, 825.38 

Merchants Bank of Canada : office rent, 15 m. to April 30, 1002, at £175 per quarter, one half 
charged to this vote ... 

McNeill and Stewart : drawers for cabinet, 30 at $2.26 ; base for same, $25 

Pauze, VV., 61s, drawing tables, &c, $10 ; Robillard & Co., oilcloth, &c, $11.40 

Renaud, King & Patterson, top desk, &c, $27 ; Smith, R. F., photo supplies, $200.02. .. . 

State, A. T. & Co., boxes in cases for cement samples 

Topley, W. J., photo supplies, $154.65 ; Valiquette, N. G., desk, &c, $44.75 

Vautelet, H. G., checking and amending plans and specifications 

Freight, $2 . 55 ; subscription to 2 papers. $6 ; sundry, $1 7 . 53 

Stationery Department 

Detailled under ' Salaries at Ottawa ' (See page V— 1G) 

Travel of Ottawa officials: J. A. Chasse $38.70, J. d'E. Clement $229.20, E. D. Lafleur$400, 
Jos. R. Roy $1,088.10, A. St. Laurent $011.15, J. C. Tache $100, Hon. J. I. Tarte$300, 
IT. Valiquet $184 .40 , 



Total carried to page V — 2. 



St. LaAvrenee Ship Channel. 

Officers employed at Sorel — 

Blais, M. C, services, 12 m. to May 30 at $100 ; expenses, $01.30 

C6te, F. A., services as electrician, Mar. 14 to May 31 at $125 a m., $322.58; advance to 

be accounted for, $75 

Desbarats, G. J., director of ship-yard, Sept. -May, 9 m. at $250; travel and outlay, 

$75.15 

Desy, L. A., services as inspector of dredges, Oct. 16 to Feb. 28, 5516 m. at $166.66; 

travel and outlay, $513.05 , 

Roy, Alfred, accountant, June-Apl. 11 m. at $125, May, $141.6G; travel and outlay 

$196.35 

Ahearn & Soper, Ottawa ($9,854.39)— 

Engine and electric lightning for dredge J. I. Tartc ; apparatus as agreed, $4,848 ; freight 

paid, $85.80 

Additional light on dredge J. I. Tartc, including lamps, marine receptacles, fuses, labour, 

&c, 76 at $5.50 ; sundry, $6.90 . . 

Advance on account of electric light installation on dredge Lafontaine 

Engine and electric lighting apparatus for tug St. James, as per contract, $2,900; 
additional lights, including lamps, fuses, labour, &c, 23 at $5.50; less paid in 1901- 

2 (see p. v 37) $2,000 

Electro carbons, 9J x }, 1,000, $30.50, 250 at $3.50 a 100 ; electro searchlight carbons, 

125 prs., at 25c; boxing, 55c •. 

Black grimshaw tape, 25 lbs, at $1.25 ; 1 cast iron pinion and gear, $30 ; boxing, 40c 

Electricians, 655g hrs. at 50c. ; expenses, $99.50 ; sundry, $9.24 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., Toronto: manilla rope, 894J lbs. at 16c, 5-in., 243 lbs. at 17-^0.; 
Belfast rope, f-in., 4 ply, 23 lbs. at 25c; gong bells, 6-in., 4 at $2.90; Trimo wrench, 

$3.75 ; sundry, $52.70 ; part voucher, No. 23,112, paid twice, $31.82 ... 

Arcand & Frere, Cham plain : red spruce, 17,398 ft. at $13 ; hemlock, 26,008 ft. at $10 

AuBsant, J. lite., St. Joseph de Paul, round piles, 35 ft. long, 8-in. top, 13 pes. at $4.65 

Barsalon, J. & Cie., Montreal, vigilant soap, 50 boxes at $3.30 , 

Beanchemin & Cie. , Sorel ($3,1 18.70)- 

Hand and steam steering machines, combined steam cylinders, $\-'m. x 5-in. stroke, com- 
plete with oil cups, 12 ft. pitch chain to suit sproket wheel, 3 at $475 

Hand and steam windless cylinders, 4^-in. x 5-in. stroke, complete with friction clutch 

for J stud link chain, 1 

Steam hoisting winch for dredge No. 6 

Cast iron hand windless, with post, two gipsy heads, ratchets, &c, complete, 3 at $40. . . 

Propeller wheels, 4 at $15 ; 1 Loftus inspirator, $12 ; steering wheel, $8 

Machine work, making place for keys, &c, for 30 couplings at $6 

1 segment complete for St. James 

Boring cast steel links, 560 at 40c ; drilling 328 tubes at 20c 

Drilling and turning one link block, $25 ; repairs to valves, $9 

Repairs to steering gear, $10 ; trust block, $4 ; sundry, $8.90 

Machine work, 20 d. at $4 ; bh hrs. at 40c 

Bell Telephone Co., Sorel: one year's exchange service to Feb. 1, 1902, $35; messages, 

$245.20 

Bertram, John & Sons. Dundas : 6 ft. wall radial drilling machine, complete, $350 ; 4 chuck 

jaws, fitted to 16-in lathe, $11.88 

Bibault, Chas., St. Anne de Sorel, oats, 106 bus. at 50c; hay, 177 bundles, $10.62 

Blais, Alex., Lanoraie : pine timber 100 cub. ft. at 20c; oats, 2,000 lbs. at lo 

Blakiston, Wm. C, Quebec, making main-deck awning and fitting same, 12 d. at $2 ; duck, 
6-oz., 80 yds. at 28c; grommets, 18 doz. at 50c ; furnishing rope, &c, and binding cur- 
tain, $6 , 



Carried forward. 



$ ct». 



193.143 23 


38 2G 


437 50 


106 00 


21 40 


233 92 


15 00 


199 40 


500 00 


26 08 


554 09 


3,496 37 


2,951 G4 



201,722 94 



1,291 30 
397 58 
2,325 15 
1,432 37 
1,713 01 

4,933 80 

424 90 
2,900 00 

1,02G 50 

71 05 

61 65 
436 49 



291 27 

486 26 

60 45 

165 00 



1,425 00 

500 00 

350 00 

120 00 

80 00 

180 00 

35 00 

289 60 

34 00 

22 90 

82 20 

280 20 

301 S3 
63 62 

40 00 



61 40 



21,942 58 



V-24 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Sliip Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Blette, Norbert, St. Joseph de Sorel : season tickets for office employees for ferry, $25 ; trips 

with 2 horses, 56 at 18c, with 1 horse, 224 at 12c, 70 at 10c; sundry trips, 33 at 5c, 191 

at 3c ; advanced Narcisse Joly, $1 

Brassard, E., Sorel, making awning, &c, lOf d. at $2 

Brown, J., Sorel : work done from IS to 22 Dec, inc., 5 d. at $10; fare, Montreal to Sorel and 

return, $3 , 

Buckly, James, Prescott, soft coal 15 tons at $4 

Canadian Switch & Spring Co., Montreal ($5,985.96)— 

Steel castings, including bucket bottoms, pinions, cranks, &c, 98,721 lbs. at6|c; less, 
allowance on bucket bottoms condemned by inspector, 6,167^ lbs. at 6|c, $385.47. . . 

Turnbuckles, asst., 36, $126.72, 2-in., 16 at $1.03 

Steel spiral springs, §-in., 500 at 6c, 2^-in., 12 at 65c; coil springs, 12 at $1.10 

Time and material changing pattern, $6.75 ; sundry, 35c 

Canadian Rubber Co., Montreal ($2,504.75)— 

Rubber sleeves, 37^ in. D., 39-in. L., 10 ply, 85 ft. at $23 , 

Red sheat packing, |-in. and rg-in., 1,099^ lbs. at 50c 

Cantin, A., Montreal ($2,820.)— 

Work done to Lacoste brake on Str. Eureka — Patterns to date, $795 ; castings, $375 ; 
time fitting machine work and plane, $1,132.55; winter dockage, $182.85 ; steel and 
other materials to date, $198.67 ; castings finished, $150;. total of vouchers, $2,834.07 ; 
of this amount, $2,820 has been paid 

Paid Alfred Roy, for boarding and travelling expenses of the crew of tug Eureka. ... 

Cavanagh, Edward, Co., Montreal — 

Rivets: steel cone head. § to f in. x 1J to 3^ in., 66,184 lbs. at 3|c; cone head boiler, 
41,000 lbs. at $3.37ic, 8,053 at $3.52^c; smoke stack, 742 lbs., $52.45 

Steel plates, 115,317 lbs. at $1.97i 1,830 lbs. at $1.94 a 100 ; less error, 36c 

Steel angles, 27,710 lbs. at $1.97i, 1,904 lbs. at $1.94 

Steel channels, 55,617 lbs. at $1 .94 ; steel bars, 7,776 lbs. at 4J;c 

Iron: Lowmoor, ftoljin., 22,869 lbs. at $5.95; sun, round, § to l£ in., 11,991 lbs. at 
$3.82^; galv., 1,802 lbs. at $4.10, 819 at $3.75; hoop, 1,250 lbs. at $2.27^; less 
freight, $67.35 , 

Wrought iron pipe : 6 in., 33J ft. at $70.25 a 100 ; 4 in., 852| ft. at $45.60 ; 3 J in., 822| 
ft. at $35.85; 3 in., 835J ft. at $27.85; 2£ in., 895| ft. at $23.95; 2 in., 353§ ft. at 
$12.25 ; 1-| in., 48| ft. at $8.35 ; 1£ in., 176 ft. at $6.95 ; 1 in.. lll f V ft. at$5.05 ; | in., 52^ 
ft. at $3.45 ; \ to § in., 107 A ft. at $2.95 ; special, 902§ ft. of 2 in., at $22, 862^ ft. of 
1| in., at $15.80, 920 ft. of l| in., at $13.20, 893 T ^ ft. of 1 in., at $9.70, 898£ ft. of f 
in., at $6.60, 765^ ft. of \ in., at $5.30, 689 ft. of | in., at $4.80, 680 ft. of \ in., at 
$4.80 

Iron tube : 10 in. O.D. x 18 in. x % in., 180 ft. at $5.65, 72 ft. at $5.35 ; 6 in. x 8 f t. x rs 
in., 4 lengths at $6.75 ; 3 in., 80 ft., at 19c 

Nails : C.C., 2 in., 5 kegs at $6.50, 1^ in., 5 kegs at $7.25 ; cut finishing, 3 in., 10 kegs at 
$3.15, 2i in., 10 at $3.20, 2 in., 10 at $3.25, 1J in., 10 at $3.50; cut, 6 in., 10 kegs at 
$2.55, 4 in., 25 at $2.60, 3 in., 25 at $2.65, 2^ in., 25 at $2.70 ; clinch, 3 in., 500 lbs. 
at $3.15 a 100, 2h in., 500 at $3.20, 2 in., 500 at $3.25, 1J in., 500 lbs. at $3.50; clout. 
2^ in., 560 lbs. at 6c, 400 lbs. at $5.85; wire, 6 in., 25 kegs at $2.85, 5 in., 25 at 
$2.85, 4 in., 25 at $2.90, 3 in., 25 at $2.95, 2\ in., 25 at $3, 2 in., 25 at $3.15, \\ in. 
25 at $3.25, 1 in., 25 at $3. 85 

Nuts: hex., fin., 2,000 lbs. at$6.32Ja 100; w.c tapped, 100 lbs. at $11.98; finished 
I in., 500 lbs. at 15c; w.s. square, 1 in., 2,000 lbs. at $4.77| 

Cocks : heavy brass, 2 in., 24 at $5.19, 1^ in., 24 at $3.26, \\ in., 24 at $2.59, 1 in., 24 at 
$1.64, i in., 72 at 50c; air, 30 doz., $84.48 

Elbows, nipples, unions, &c, 3,230 asst. sizes 

Korting injectors, No. 7, 6 at $40, No. 6, 6 at $30.87, No. 4, 3 at $26.12, No. 3, 3 a1 
$18 . 05 

Korting injector couplings, \\ in., 6 sets at $3.90, 1^ in., 6 at $2.85, 1 in., 6 at $2.25, % 
in., 6 at $1.50 

Pure manilla rope, 2 to 4 in., 19,110f lbs. at 16c„ f B in., 807 at 13c 

Abrams' tube cleaner, 2 to 3^ in. , 192 in. at 60c ; alcohol lamps, 2 at $2 . 50 ... . 

Joining shakles, 12 doz. at $4.70, 6| at $5.40, 2i at $4, 12 at $6.75, 12 doz., 390 lbs at 
a 100 , 

Ship augers, 12 x 8, 2 doz. at $16.80, 10 x 8, 2 at $13.20, 8x8, 2 at $10.80, 6 x 8, 2 at 
$7.35, 5 x 8, 1 doz., $6.30. 



IS 



Hand taps, 1 in., 12 sets at $3, § in., 12 at $2.40, | in., 12 at $1.80, § in., 12 at $1.35, \ 

in., 12 at $1.05, 'i in., 12 at 82^c, \ in., 12 at 67|c 

Grip sockets, 6 at $8.05, 6 at $6.25, 6 at $5.20, 6 at $3 ; grip drills, ^ to l^g 

$19 . 38 

Emery wheels, 12 x 1 x 1 hole, 12 at $2.20, 24 x 2 x 2 hole, 6 at $17.10 

Files : round, 14 in., 2 doz. at $5.40, 12 in., 2 doz. at $3.90, 10 in., 3 doz. at $2.80, 12 at 

$2.70; flat, 14 in., 2 doz. at $5.40, 12 in., 2 doz. at $3 90, 10 in., 2 doz. at $2.80; 

taper, 5 in., 3 doz. at 98c, 3 in., 3 doz. at 72c 

White waste, No. 1, 446 lbs. at 7ic, 1,628 at $6.90, No. 3, 103 lbs. at 6|c 

Caulking cotton, 1,000 lbs. at 12£c.; bladder putty, 1,129 lbs., $24.38 ... 

Carried forward. . , 



% cts. 
21,942 58 



77 34 
21 50 



53 00 
60 00 



5,784 66 

143 20 

51 00 

7 10 

1,955 00 
549 75 



2,820 00 
74 00 



3,871 06 

2,312 65 

584 21 

1,409 45 



1,885 06 



1,933 14 
1,444 40 



1,166 50 


308 98 


424 80 
94 06 


557 73 


63 00 

3,162 63 

120 20 


208 45 


102 60 


133 20 


154 38 
129 00 


88 70 
152 73 
149 3a 


53,995 44 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-25 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Cavanagh, Edward Co.— Concluded. 

Coal scoops: round, long, No. 6, 3 doz. at $15 ; sq. Lowmoor, No. 6, 3 doz. at $10.55 . 

Chestcrs in sq. flax, 198f lbs. at 22.1c ; emery cloth, 6 reams, at $8.50 

Pure pipe varnish, 136 83 Ralls, at 85c; rd. nose pet cocks, 4 doz. at -$3.25 

Fire clay, 25 bags at $1 ; Tremo wrenches, 10 to 18 in., 18, $33.30 

Shanty king axes, 6 doz. at §7.50; axe handles, 36 in., 12 doz. at $2.35, 20 in., 12 doz. at 

75c 

Oil cups, 48 at 17ic; 4 cases oil cups, 12 at $3.75 ; blow lamps, 2 at $4.50 

Compression grease cups, No. 4, 36 at $1.40, No. 3, 36 at $1.15, No. 2, 36 at 99£c., No. 1, 

36 at 75c 

Coach screws, 2,500, $ 10. 10 ; carriage bolts, 1,800, $23. 19. ... 

Tangys' differential pulleys (1 ton) 3 at $11 ; other pulleys, 9, $68.65 

Cup hooks, 12 gross at $1.85 ; est. pins, 62 lbs. at 18oc; gromets, No. 3, 24 gross at 85c. . 
Rowlocks, No. 3, 25 prs. at 90c, No. 4, 15 prs. at 80c; corner braces, 2 doz. at $3.50 



Sheet lead ^-in., 1,434 lbs. at $4.32^ a 100 ; candle cotton wick, 50 lbs. at 16c 
Dixon's pure flake lead, 1 case, $25 ; screw cutting 



77; 



pure tlake lead, 1 case, %zo ; screw cutting oil, 57 '29 galls, at $1.35 

No. 3 Edson pump, $15.75 ; force pump, $10.50 ; keystone ratchet, $9 

T. S. drills, 4, $13.44 ; carriage bits, 1 set, $9.95 ; relief valves, f-in., 12 at $3 

Gelatine, 25 lbs. at 50c; hammer handles, 12 doz. at 65c; elec wood bits, 1 set, $17.50. . 
Eagle clamps, 8 in., 2 doz. at $9; white-lead, 100 lbs. at $6.50, 150 lbs. at 6c; redlead, 

75 lbs. at be 

Split bricks, 1 in., 200 at 2|c; fire shovels, No. 9, 2 at $1.65 ; sundry, $77.36 ; less freight, 

$1.57 

Overpayment on voucher No. 22653 

Caverhill, Learmont & Co., Montreal ($9,035.36)— 

Chain : Gal v. B.B.B. g-in., 2,304 lbs. at $6.50 ; gal v. S.M.S., 12 whe, 1,978 lbs. at 

B.B.B. proof tested, g-in, 9,210 lbs. at $4.75, 1 in., 12,170 at $4.67^ 

Pipe: Lap-welded, 6 in., 200 ft. at 80c, 4 in., 826 r V ft. at 39c; 3 in., 2,518 ft. at 25c; 

black iron, 2 in., 1,720 ft., at $11.50, 1| in., 1,686 at $8.35, 1£ in., 1,845£ at $7 

Oakum : New hemp, 5,000 ibs. at $5.75, 5,000 at $5.65 ; U. S. Navy, 5,000 lbs. at $5.50 

5,000 at $5.40 \. 

White cotton waste, 5,319 lbs. at 6^0. ; antimony, 523 lbs. at 10c. . . 

Single air pump and condenser, $570 ; duplex pumps, 2 at $112 

Trojan cotton R. L. hose, 1J in., 500 ft. at 26^c; hay racks and mangers, 7 at $11. ..... 

Leather belting : double, 3 in., 278 ft. at 38c; monarch, 50 ft., $12.09 

Nuts : square, 4,000 lbs. at $4, 4,000 lbs. at $3.90, 3,000 lbs. at $3.60 ; hexagon, 2,000 lbs 

at $5.75, 6,000 at $5.35, 4,000 at $5.25. , 

Nipples, asst. sizes, 8,640, $448.14 ; mall fittings, 4,105i lbs., $186.41 ; bushings, 825, 

$34.25 ; elbows, unions and tees, 455, $223.20 ; flanges, 137, $63.97 

Fairbanks brass stop cocks, 2 in., 36 at $2.80, 1| in., 36 at $1.40, 1 in., 36 at 90c, g in., 36 

at 38c, % in., 36 at 32c 

25 in. heavy LB. steam gate valves, 11 in. drain, $54.15, 2-4 in., 10 in. drain, $24.96 

2h in. twin pop. safety valves for 130 and 150 lbs. lockup, 4 

R. H. screws, h to 2 in., asst. sizes, 384 gross, $233.76 ; E.H. screws, § to li in., 156 gross, 

$40.68 ; coach screws, 300, $4.86 

Iron, 586 lbs. at $2.50, 4,132 lbs. at $1.65 ; coal barrows, 6 at $11 

Galv. iron, 1,733 lbs. at $4.15, 1,132 at $3.90 ; chain, J-inch., 135 lbs. at 7^c . . 

K. H. wrenches, 6 to 18 inch., 5 doz., $50.70 ; 4 cord brooms, 12 doz. at $3 

Handled axes, 6 doz. at $7.50 ; axe handles, 12 doz. at $1 ; marlin, 96 lbs. at 12ic 

Germ, coil chain, 500 ft. at $2.40 ; galv. pails, 12 doz. at $2.40 ; door buttons, 30 gross, 

$29.85 

Galv. awning pulleys, 12 doz. at $1.45 ; ' Olds' D.H. spades, 3 doz. at $8.25 

Washers, & to 1$ inch., 1,500 lbs., $114.25 ; carnage bolts, ^x4 to 5-inch., 1,500, $23 ... 

Can. plates, 6 boxes at $2.65 ; tremo wrenches, 10 to 24 inch., 15, $25.60 

Elephant sash cord, 53^ lbs. at 22hc. ; bed cords, 12 doz., $11 .22 

Solid steel scraper, $8.75 ; sissors, 3 doz. at $1.75 ; twine, 25 lbs. at 17c; brass butts, 12 

doz., S5.40; OP. return bends, 1-inch., lOOg lbs., $8.34; brass nozzles, U-inch., 12 

at $1.50; water gauge columns, 18-inch., 2, $7; b. s. anvils, 592 lbs. at7|c; water 

gauge glasses, 6 sets at $4.75; oilcloth, 3 rolls at $3.20 ; barrels and boxes, $11.45 ; 

sundry, $38.83 ; less, freight, $71 .55 

Chagnon, E. N., Sorel : machine oil, 128 galls, at 40c, 45 at 35c; roofing oil, 55 galls, at 

20c ; provisions. $231 .05 ; sundry, $10.30. 

Coghlin, B. J., Montreal, ($2,682.49)— 

Steel plates, 72, 388 lbs. at $225 ; cast steel, 726 Ins. at lie 

1 upper tumbler shaft, 4,734 lbs. at 5c; 3 shafts (rough turned) 2,852 lbs. at $5.75 

2 propeller shafts, 2,195 lbs. at $5.65 ; 2 tail shafts, 2,315 lbs. at $5.50 ; extra for furnish- 

ing above in best emerv finish, 4,510 lbs. at 2fc 

Cold rolled steel shafting, 723 lbs. at $4.10 ; sledges, 120, 1,104 lbs. at 7c 

Anti-friction barn door hinges, Hx9-ft., 24 prs. at $1.75; No. 3xl5-ft., 8 prs. at $2.25 j 

200 ft. track at 3k. , iron cocks, 2 at $1 .65 

Spring steel, 3x£-inch., 247 lbs. at $5, 2|x§ in., 254lbs. at $3.25 



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$■ cts. 


53,995 44 


76 65 

95 72 

129 31 

58 30 


82 20 
62 40 


154 62 
63 29 

101 65 
54 07 
41 50 
70 02 

102 34 
35 25 
59 39 
37 80 


39 50 


84 59 
20 00 


1,270 30 


1,579 55 


1,115 00 
398 04 
794 00 
209 50 
117 73 


1,070 00 


955 97 


208 80 

79 11 

156 00 


279 30 

148 62 

126 20 

86 70 

69 00 


70 65 
42 15 
137 25 
41 50 
23 25 



116 74 


319 30 


1,708 59 

400 69 


375 38 
106 92 


70 30 
20 01 


67,461 19 



V-26 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. J 903 



St. Lawrence Sliip Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Consumers Cordage Co., Montreal : manilla rope, 2 to 6-inch., 22, 780 lbs. at 13|c; tarred russ, 
T V-inch., G56 lbs. at 12c. russ halyards, ^-inch., 154f lbs. at 15c -. 

Cote, Wm., (J. A. Proulx, agent) sorel : pipe, 53 ft. at 35c, §3 ft. at 25c; galv. iron boxes, 7 
at $3; repairing ventilation, $5.50; sundry repairs, 55' 78 d. at $2.47^; sundry items, 90c 

Courchesne, Geo., Sorel : plumbing and sundry repairs to dredges and tugs, and sundry 
plumbers' supplies, &c 

Cuddy & Brodeur Co., Montreal : mast head lights, 8-inch., 2 at $13.50, 6-inch., 7 at $10.80; 
side lights, 9-inch.. 5 at $22.50, 10-inch., 1 at $25.20; anchor lights, 8-inch., 1 at $13.50, 
6-inch., 5 at $10.80 ; cabin bracket lamps, 24, $35.64, 12 at $5.18, 12 at $3.38, 24 at $1.49, 
60 at 85c; mast globes, 3 doz. at $9; lantern globes, 36 doz. at 67|c; ruby lantern 
globes, 13^ doz.at$3.60; cold blast lanterns, 12 doz. at $8;chimneys, leader, 24 doz. at $1.15, 
B. 12 doz. at 75c; B. burners, 6 doz. at $1.50, 6 at $1 ; B. wick, 10 bundles at 55c; gen 
electric binner, special, 12 doz. at $2.50, 12 at $2.15; imperial, 12 doz. at $3.20; dinner 
sets, 107 pes., $45, 97 pes. $15, 1 at $13.50 ; 1 waiters tray, $13.50 ; finger bowls, 2 doz. 
at $7; china salad set, $10; 1 crumb scraper, $8; tumblers, 21 doz., $72; other table 
ware, $664.10; sundry small items, $98.40 

Daillaire, Capt. Ed., Montreal: board of crew St. Jean Iberville, 76 d. at 75c; amount paid 
for passage, $4 . 50 , ; . 

Dallaire & Frere, Sorel, plumbing, &c, on str. Frontenac 

Daubigny, Dr. F. T., Montreal, examining horses 

Davie, Geo. T., & Sons, Levis : amount of J. R. Haws & Co.'s invoice for Archer's patent 
steering gear, $95.89 ; freight, cartage, &c, $10.35 ; 5 p. c commission on above, $5.31 ; 
1 Sibbs' patent weatherproof extractor, $93.72 ; cartage, $1.25 

Delaney, fhos., Quebec : beef, 163 lbs. at 12c; sundry provisions, $13.38; over-payment, $12.12. 

Delorme, Simeon, Montreal : leather, 208| lbs. at 28c. ; freight and cartage, 60c 

Denomme, Chs., St. Cuthbert, oats, 91 bush, at 50c 

Desjardins, C. T., Sorel, views of boats, &c, taken during the Dec disaster in Richelieu 
River, 76 at 50c , 

Desorcy, Mrs. Cy., St. Joseph de Sorel, oats, 50 bush, at 50c, 50 at 45c 

Desy, Lewis Jos., He du Pads : oats, 256^ bush, at 50c ; sundry, $8.11 

Dods, P. D., & Co., Montreal: pure whitelead, 4,000 lbs. at $5,75; 4,000 at $5.50; I. C. 
pure lead, 4,000 lbs. at $5.85 ; magnetic oxide, 90 p. c, 3,991 lbs. at $4.20, 1,997 at $4.12 ; 
boiled linseed oil, 551 1 galls, at 75c ; yellow paint, 1,000 lbs. at 4c ; Eng. vermilion, 28 
lbs. at 80c, 100 at 78c ; amber, 100 lbs.- at 14c, 100 at 12c ; permt. green paint, 200 lbs. 
at 16c, dry Indian red, 200 lbs. at 8c ; bladder putty, 1,032 lbs. at $2 a 100, 358 at $1.90 
6-0 oval points white bristle brushes, 12 doz. at $12, 5-0, 3 doz. at $10.50 ; hog hair 
brushes, £ to l|-in., 18 doz., $38.40; gold books, 50 at 35c ; bronze books, 100 at 10c ; ult. 
marine blue in oil, 30 lbs. at 25c ; glass, 11 x 15 x 15 to 20, 9 boxes at $5.75, 11 x 16, 3 at 
$5.90; 115 panes at 14c, 70 at 12c ; sundry, $48.90; less returned, 70 lbs. dry English 
vermilion at 80c 

Dominion Coal Co., Montreal : run of the mine, 2,136 tons at $3.75, 1,450 at $3.40 

Dominion Foundry, Sorel, ($4,146.73)— 

10 setts New England roller grates, 241 "9 sq. ft. at $5; less, 1,200 lbs. old grates taken 

out, $30 

Castings, 6,060 lbs. at 3c, 112,125 at 2^c, 12,025 at 2 B c ; less, old scrap returned, 30,000 

lbs. at lc 

1 plow for cutting ice, $40 ; labour 1^ d. at $2.50 ; less by 4 tons coal at $4.25 

Dominion Wire Rope Co., Montreal, wire rope sockets, g-in., 31 at 65c - 

Dorval & Boisvert, Quebec : plumbing, labour, $28.30 ; supplies, $6.65 

Drolet, John, Quebec, provisions supplied, 

Drolet, F. X., Quebec, machine work and sundry supplies for tug Jessie Hume 

Duhamel, Philip & Joseph, Sorel, tallow, 1,057 lbs. at 7c, 1,280 at 6c , 

Dupre, H., Moutreal ($7,547.09) — 

Pine : 3-in., 10,617 ft. at $64, 2-in., 2,036 ft. at $60, 1| to 2-in., 31,180 at $55, 1^-in., 29,419, 
at $52, 1-in., 2,013 at $45, 36, 590 at $42, g-in., 20, 120 at $35. 7x8x9-in., 6,996ft. at $22. 50 

Soruce, 1-in., 39,970 ft. at $17 ; cherry, 1 to l£-in., 613 ft. at 15c 

Hemlock, 3-in., 15,021 ft. at $16 

Ebstein, J. & Cie., Strasbourg, special steel for punches, 741? lbs .... . 

Emond, V. A., & Fils, Quebec : valve rods, self-lubricators, 7^-in., 12 at $7.50, 74-in., 4 at 
$7.25 ; piston rods, self-lubricators, 6-in., 16 at $6, 5-in., 6 at $5 

Fairbanks' Co., Montreal : loco, jacks, 18 x 3, 6 at $7.92, 24 x 3, 6 at $9.27 ; l-5in., fig. 209 gate, 
$16.20 ; steel lathe dogs, 15 light, 13 heavy and 24 amateur, $21.12 ; 6 trimo wrenches, 14 
to 24-in., $14.82 ; pipe cutter wheels, to fit No. 4 Barns' cutter, 144, $15.66 

Frothingham & Workman, Montreal : refined iron, 3,540 lbs. at $2.50 ; emery wheels, 
12 x 2 x 1, 6 at $4.20, 12 x 1 x 1, 4 at $2.20 ; fin. hex. nuts, £ to i-n., 1,600, $97 ; ' Pink's ' 
pea vies, 6 doz. at $12 ; ship augers, asst. sizes, 124; doz., $81.15 ; Jowett files, asst. sizes, 
36 doz., $79.38; double leather belting, oak tanned, 3", 150 ft. at 42c ; cut laces for 
leather belts, 25 lbs., $24.30 ; white cotton waste, 373 lbs. at $6.75 a 100; special fitting 
metal, 504 lbs. at 7c ; washing soda, 2,100 lbs. at lc ; 1 grindstone, 48 x 8, $16 ; emery 
wheel dressers, 12 at $1 ; fr. races, f, 25 lbs. at $1.05 ; exstiron soil pipe, 6-in., 525 ft. at 
35c ; deck brushes, 12 doz. at $2.50 ; paint brushes, 12 doz. at $1 ; machinists' vice, 1 at 
$6 ; 2 setts mach. screw plate, $14.60 ; sundry, $32.43 



Carried forward , 103,149 23 



$ cts. 
67,461 19 

3,177 23 
204 76 
641 29 



1,833 62 

61 50 
616 34 

22 00 



206 52 
45 06 
58 91 
45 50 

38 00 

47 50 

136 36 



1,925 06 
12,940 00 



1,179 50 



2,940 48 


26 75 


20 15 


34 95 


34 05 


117 86 


150 79 


6.535 32 


771 44 


240 33 


267 01 



245 00 



170 94 



953 82 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-27 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward 



$9.87. 



Francorur, Alf., & Cie., Sorel : provisions, $1,515.20 ; sundry items 

( J ad hois, Simon, Sorel : bricks, 15,000 at $6.50, 6,000 at $5.50, 

Gagnon, J., Sorel, hauling poles from Sorel to Louisville, 50 poles at 40e 
Gagnon & Friere, Quebec, steam winches, complete, 3, $875 ; cartage, $8 
Gagnon & Lamothe, Sorel, loading, carting and distributing sand in ship yard, used in filling 

wharf, and raising land for new building, 4,000 cub. yds. at 12^c 

Gauthier, Naz. , Sorel, diving, 4 d. at $5 . 

Garceau, Adelard, Sorel, blacksmith work, shoeing 

Girard, A., & Cie., Montreal : lettering one sign in gold with golden gilded letters and orna 

ments, 'Frontenac,' $75; paint, lettering one sign raised gold letters with sculpture. 

$75 ; furnished signs with sculpture raised letters in gold, ' Frontenac,' 3 at $25 

Gidley, H. E., Penetanguishene ; constructing 18 ft. boat., Murray Bay model, $50; oars, 5 

prs., $7; 2 paddles, $2.75 

Giguere, Jos. B. & Cie, Montreal, provisions supplied tugs and dredges 

Gingras, G. S., Montreal, extra services, writing letters, copies, preparing quotations, &c. 

May 1 to Oct., 600 hrs. at 40c. ; less one half ($120) charged to Renewals, etc., Quebec. . . 
Goodwin, Jos., Toronto : use of tow boat, 2 scows and 2 tugs filling pontoons on dredge 

J. Israel Tarte, 160 hrs. at $3 ; 3 oars lost, $3 ; repairing boat, $2 

Goldie & McCullough, Gait : 1 No. 42 safe, $600 ; packing, 75c 

Gouin, C. A., V.S., Pierreville : 3 trips to Sorel, mileage, $13.50 ; fees, 3 d. at 

for horses, $19.50 

Goulet, Oct., Lanoraie, oats, 50 bus. at 50c 

Grant Hamilton Oil Co., Montreal : G. H. cylinder oil, 90 '42 gulls, at 58c. ; engine oil, 8! 

galls, at 50c. : dj namo oil, 46 galls, at 48c 

Gratton, J. B. , Montreal, 20 double windows. , 

Great North-Western Tel. Co., Sorel, telegrams. 



Gurney Foundry Co., Toronto : kitchen furnishings supplied the dredge J. I. Tarte, includ 
ing, 1, No. 341 John Bull Heavy Duty Range, with water front and high closet, No. 14 
refrigerator, and sundry utensils, $350 ; 8-in. smoke stack, time and material setting up, 
$6 ; 12-in. vent pipe, $6.75 ; sundry, $4.50 ; time of tinsmith, 15 hrs. at 50c 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., Toronto : Trojan R. L. hose, 2-in., 500 ft. at 29|c, shank 
couplings attached, 2-in., 10 sets at $1.50, H-in., 10 sets at 75c ; Lion steam syphon hose, 
marlin bound, 32 ft. lengths, 1-in., 6-ply, 12" at $17.34, 25 ft. lengths, 12 at $13,62; Lion 
steam hose, 1-in., 4-ply, 100 ft., $36.52; u, x, flex, play pipes No. 7, complete with leather 
handles, 2^-in., 6 at $20 ; hose reels, style 'B ', 2 at $60 ; valves, 18, 3G| lbs. at 98c, 34, 
241$ lbs. at 80c ; brass nozzles, 2-in., 12 at $2.75 ; special pressed packing, £-in. to 4-in. 
1,009 lbs. at 30c ; blue-stone sheet packing, jfe-in. to ^2 -in., 45 lbs., $24.30; sun spiral 
packing, 10& lbs., $9.02 ; sundry, $9 

Hadfield's Steel Foundry Co., Sheffield ($6,259.84)— 

Patent manganese steel dredger pin and shaft forgings, 36,305 lbs , 

Patent manganese steel solid bushes, 7,419 lbs , 

Patent manganese steel split bushes, 3,343 lb? 

Best tonghened cast steel upper dredger tumblers, 13,833 lbs , 

Shipping charges, $342.56 ; 6 cases, $14.70 , 

Harrison & Co., Montreal: 1-6-in., ship's 8-day bell clock, $37.50 ; 200 ft. steel band on reel 
$10 



Hearn & Harrison, Montreal : 1 brass binnacle and compass, $65 ; 1 chelna block, $40.50 ; 

planimeter ( Ameler's), $22.50 ; 1 celluloid, $30 ; 1 aneroid, 10-in., $15 ; blue print 

patter, 40-in., No. 110, 12 rolls at $1.74 ; magnets, 3 large at $2, 3 small at $1.50 ; exchange 
of barometers, $2. 50 ; express, $1.15 

Herare, Remi, He clu Pads : hay, 1,453 bales at $7 a 100 ; oats, 279 bush, at 50c 

Her jux, Jude, ferriage of employees at Sorel 



Imperial Oil Co., Montreal ($3,324.50)— 

Dark marine cylinder oil, 1,223 '79 galls, at 65c 

Marine engine oil, 1,626 77 galls, at 55c ; cod oil, 173 galls, at 30c 

Astral oil, 2,076 galls, at 17^c ; olive oil, 90 '44 galls, at 85c, 86'77at75c 

English castor oil, 2,597 galls, at 8c ; W. Virginia black, 200 '5 galls, at 15c 

S. O. acme oil, 1,480 galls, at 17^c ; Imperial cable oil, 468 galls, at 4jc 

Vac. dynamo, 212 '5 galls, at 35c ; \V. cylinder, 41 '33 galls, at 65c. . .". 

Turpentine, 255 galls, at 57c, 126 '3 at 53c. ; graphite, 291 lbs. at 8.^c 

- Grease, patent, 982 lbs. at 7c, chain, 315 at 3ic; dynamo oil, 84 '5 galls, at 55c 

Summer black oil, 602i galls, at 14c 

Inglis, John & Son, Toronto : steel starting wheels, for engine on Froniencic, 248 lbs. at 10c; 

brass globe valves, 3-in., 2 at $11.25 ; relief valves, l£-in., 2 at $4.75 ; extra time of men 

at Sorel, 30 d. at $5 

Joly, Cyrille, St. Joseph de Sorel, oat?, 3S bus. at 55c 

Joly, Mrs. Narcisse, St. Joseph de Sorel : washing, 858 pes., $53.42, 237 doz. at 30c; sundry, 

$1.63 ; sewing, 15 d. at $1 

Jones, H. & Sons, Toronto : painting, 107£ hrs. at 35c, 272 at 30c ; less cash paid by L. A. 

Desy, $25 

Kron & Cie, Pont-d'Essey-Nancy, sundry castings 

Carried forward 



$ eta. 

103,149 23 

1,525 07 

130 50 

20 00 

833 00 



500 00 
20 00 
36 70 



225 00 

59 75 
333 35 

120 00 

485 00 
600 75 

48 00 
25 00 

119 02 
575 60 
231 86 



374 75 



1,423 26 

3,709 29 

1,010 69 

341 14 

841 46 

357 26 

47 50 



208 15 


241 21 


83 00 


795 48 


957 01 


505 25 


237 84 


280 06 


101 24 


237 02 


126 25 


84 35 


206 80 


20 90 


141 13 


94 22 


37 26 



121,550 35 



V-28 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Snip Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Labelle, Cyrille, & Cie, Sorel : oakum, 45 bales at $3.25, 10 at $3 ; gal v. iron, 574 lbs. at 4|c; 
blk. sheet iron, 48G lbs. at 3^c. ; spikes, 6 kegs at $4 ; ' Kelly ' axes, 3 doz. at $8 ; cross- 
cut saws, 5, $10.75 ; steel, 6S0 lbs. at 2£c. ; shovels, 8 at $1 ; spokes, If, 2 sets at $4.50, 

3 prs. at $3 ; axles, 2x 11, 1 set, $11.50, 1 pr. steel axles, 2-in., $6 ; paper, 35 rolls at 40c; 

4 picks and handles, $5 ; brass faucets, 6 at 90c. ; brown Japan, 5 galls, at $1.25; gold 
leaf, 6 pkgs. at 40c, 12 at 37ic ; 1 bolt cutter, $4.50 ; sundry small items, $83.96 

Lachapelle & Cie, Sorel : tallow, 2,188 lbs. at 6c, 379 at 7c ; meat and poultry, $1,040.91 ; 

sundry items, $11.30 

Lacouture, Alfred (Carleton Hotel), Sorel, boarding crews of tugs, while removing ice from 

Richelieu River, 95 meals at 50c 

Lafleur, I. L., Montreal ($10,422.64)— 

Ingot copper, 11,874 lbs. at 17;* c ; sheet copper, 290 lbs. at 19c 

Phosphor bronze, 13,190 lbs. at 17k:.; lead, 11,243 lbs. at 34c 

Tin, 5,186 lbs. at 29fc.; cement, I.L.L., 100 brls. at $2.55.7 

Rock salt, 40 tons at $11.40 ; dualin, 20 boxes at $9.75 

Galv. iron, 3,313 lbs. at $3.85 ; vulcanized hard fibre, 87 lbs. at 35c 

Fairbanks' globe valves, union hub, screwed ends, iron wheel, fig. No. 305, solid rever- 
sible discs, 180 lbs. pressure, 2-in., 36 at $4, 1^-in., 36 at $2.80, li-in., 36 at $2, 1-in., 
36 at $1.60, |-in., 36 at $1.30, J-in., 36 at 90c, f-in., 36 at 80c, £-in., 36 at 70c 

I. B. globe valves, Yoke, 2|-in., 3 at $5.40 ; globe stop valves, 2|-in., J. G. Co's. make 12, 
$82.80 _ , 

Fairbanks' solid brass discs for heavy brass globe valves. \ to 2-in., 216 

Barker's machine vices, No. 2, 12 at $10.90, 2 at $7.20. 

Shovels : square steel, 4 doz. at $14.25 ; iron snow, 6 doz. at $6 ; wood snow, 6 doz. at $3. 

Brass sheet, No. 15 and 20 x 24-in., 720 lbs. at 27c; hard brass, 98| lbs. at 20c 

Brass rods, \ to |-in., 692 lbs. at 18c; spring brass, 27 lbs. at 21^0., 50 lbs. at 18c 

Leather belt, oak tanned, best quality double, 6-in., 250 ft. at 80c, 5-in., 250 ft, at 66c, 
4-in., 400 ft. at 52c, 2$-in., 250 at 31c, 2-in., 100 at 25c, lf-in., 100 at lOfc 

Glass, double thick, 12 x 13, 1,300 panes at 8|c ; spring beds, 6 at $5, 1 at $4.75 

Mexaline metal polish, qt. boxes, 5 gross at $28.80 ; 1 battery, $27.59 

Carriage bolts, \ x 2 to 6-in., 2,500, $42.17 ; flat head stove bolts, 4,500, $13.14 

Coach screws, \ to f-in. x \\ to 3-in., 900, $16.07 ; C. I. En. P. huppers, 6 at $1.75 

Brushes : stove, 6 doz. at $3.90 ; paint, No. 8, 6 doz. at $1.50 ; fibre, No. 10, 6 doz. at 
$3.75 ; scrub, 6 doz. at $1.20 ...:.... 

Detonating caps, 6 ft., 650 at $5, 4 ft., 350 at $4.50 ; 1 annunciator, 19-in., $15 

Ice saws, 5 ft., 120 ft. at 68c, 4h ft., 54 ft. at 68c; rolled covered wire, 500 ft. at l|c 

Ice saw handles, 36 prs. at $1.50^; kon washers, 11 to 12 x 16-in., 200, $10.20 

Galv. iron pails, 11-in. E. P., 12 doz. at $2.90 ; service alarm clocks, 24 at 90c 

Warehouse brooms, 4 cords, 12 doz. at $3.75 ; mal. elbows, 96 lbs. at 13c 

Lowdown C. P. syphon ; H. W. closet, $19.50 ; Richelieu washout, $4 

Concentrated lye, 6 gross at $4.25 ; Eng. soft soap, 1,396 lbs. at 6gC 

Eddy's telephone matches, 6 cases at $4.35 ; sapolio soap, 12 doz. at $1.05 

Pressure pump for testing w. pipes, $40 ; rubber hose, 50 ft. at 18c 

3 Barnes 3- wheel pipe cutters, Nos. 2, 3 and 4, $14.40 ; lamp cords, 33^ lbs. at 15c 

Sutiena stove polish, 8 oz., 1 gnjss $7.90 ; sundry items, $29.70 ; cartage from Beloeil to 

Sorel, $20 ; less freight, $49.29 

Laforest, Jos., Sorel, disbursements for provisions, &c, for str. Eureka from Apl. 22 to Nov. 

30, 1902, $70 ; boarding crew, $4 

Lamontagne, Hector & Co., Montreal : 1 set heavy double truck harness, $90 ; horse covers, 

rubber, 6 at $7 ; Lion brand, Scoteh hames, 3 sets at $7 ; blankets, 12, $21 ; surcingles, 

12, $6 ; Eng. halters, 4 at $1.25 ; blanket pins; 1 gross, $5 ; sundry items, $4.05 

Lamoureux & Fils, Sorel : castings, 170,316 lbs. at 2gc; sundry items, $5.60 ; less, one lot 

scrap, $15 , . , 

Langlois, A., Sorel, rubber boots, 8 prs. at $3 ; sundry items, $2.90 : 

Lapointe, H. & Cie, Montreal : spruce, 1-in., 13,000 ft. at $20, 2-in., 33,000 at $L5 ; hemlock, 

3-in., 15,000 ft. at $16 .. . 

Lariviere, Amb., St. Ours, oats, 104p bush, at 50c 

Lariviere, Louis, St. Roch de Richelieu : hay, pressed, 9 "205 tons at $10.50 ; oats, 2,235 lbs. 

at lc 



Larochelle, Pierre, Sorel, hauling 50 poles, from Sorf4 to Louiseville 

'Laurie Engine Co., Montreal : 6 tumblers, 68,874 lbs. at 4c; 1 No. 25 Champion planer tool 
and 1 set including sizes, 1 to 10, Champion expanding mandrels, $109.90 ; emery wheels, 
12 x 2x 1, 12, $50.40 ; jobber's drills, 4 doz., $8.30 : twist drills, 1 to 1-^-in., $31.68 ; mach. 
screw plates, 2 at $7.80 ; mach. vice, $5.60 ; perfect flue cleaners, 3^-in., 3, $8.94 ; 
Abrams flue cleaners, 2£ to 3-in., 15, $25.88 ; pipe cutters, 2-in. dia., 12, $5.30 ; lubricator 
glasses, 25 at 20c; finished nuts, 100, $6.50 ; changing flange pattern, $11.20 ; lubricators, 
2 at $8 ; sundry, $19.33 ; less freight, 27c 

Leclaire & Prud'homme, Sorel : unloading: coal, 3.58G tons at 15c 

Leeming, Miles & Co., Montreal : alum pot. Sulph C. P., 25 lbs., $12.80 ; sundry photo- 
graphic chemicals, $82. 13 , 

Lemoine, P.C., Sorel : stoves, ' Happy Thought,' 2 at $40 ; 6 sets bricks and 6 front grates, 
187^ lbs. at 10c; glass, 326 panes, $24.75 ; sundry, $81.94 



Carried forward.. 143,337 48 



$ cts. 
121,550 35 



464 58 

1,210 02 

47 50 

2,103 37 

2,673 65 

1,797 84 

651 00 

158 01 



507 60 



99 00 


53 19 


145 20 


111 00 


214 10 


139 37 


686 25 


145 25 


171 50 


55 31 


26 57 


62 10 


63 25 


125 82 


64 20 


56 40 


57 48 


23 50 


116 24 


38 70 


49 00 


19 43 


8 31 


74 00 



194 05 

4,248 50 
26 90 

995 00 
52 34 

119 01 
20 00 



3.074 32 
537 90 

94 93 

205 44 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-29 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward , 



Lewis Bros& Co., Montreal : boilermakers' hammers, 30 x 3, G doz. at $10.45 ; B. S. sledges 
15, $16.10 ; double face hammers, 24, $15.25 ; mack hammers B.P., 12, $6.48 ; copper 
bolts, 107^ lbs. at $22.30 a 100 ; brass tubes, 29 ft. at 37£c, 48 at 30c.; elbows, bushing and 
nipples, 950, $20 

L'Institut Vaccinal de Montreal : 300 tubes capillairea 

L'Union Paris : steel, superior, 2,682 lbs., $1,139.55 ; files, $9.34 ; sundry, 10c 

Lyman, Sons & Co., Montreal : 2 sprinklers, $11.40 ; sundry chemicals, $29.21 

Manf. & Supply Co., New York: double hammer gauge, | doz. 12 in., \ doz. 10 in., $64.35 
brass bell pulls, No. 4, 2 doz. at $19.20 ; brass link chain, No. 95, 200 ft., at 20c; brass side 
pulleys, 3 doz. at $7.20; brass upright pulleys, 3 doz. at $7.20; brass side cranks, 3 at 
$4.50 ; brass upright cranks, 3 at $4.50 

Marien, R. M., Montreal, 5 horses at $200 , 

Martin, Alexis, Sorel : coal, 6 '87 tons at $6, 5 76 tons at $5.75 

Mercier, Wilfrid, avocat C. R., Montreal, legal fees re accident to Wm, St. Michel, Sorel, 
$184 ; disbursements, $17.40 

Meyer, Gustave & Cie., Calmar : cast steel, 8,877 lbs., $2,946.26 ; 12 doz. files, $97 

Mica Boiler Covering Co., Montreal : mica flexible cover and galvanized iron, 1,790 sq. ft. at 
30c; mica cover, 4 in., 81 ft. at 44c, 5 in., 12 ft. at 50c, 3 in., 12 ft. at 36c; sundry 
$4.25 

Mitchell, Robert, Co., Montreal : 3 safety valves, 125 lbs. flanged, $162; copper pipes to blue 
print, No. 477, 3 in. inside No. 10 tube, 4 pipes, 1 pipe each R. & L. No. 1007, $160 
copper cylinder sketch with a f copper pipe coil, $105 ; repairs to 5 Korting injectors, 
$78.70 ; 1 steam chest for injector, $4.50 ; single pop. safety valves, 2\ in., 1 at $22.50, li 
in., 2 at $14. 

Montreal Lithographing Co., Montreal : St. Lawrence ship channel map, 5,000 copies, at $70, 
repeat order, 3,475 copies at $60 ; transportation maps, 4,000 copies at $95, repeat order, 
3,250 copies at $85 ; maps showing lines of transportation, great lakes, &c, 1,000, $185. . . 

Montreal Stencil Works, Montreal: patent figures, 950, $36.68; setters, 590, $24.25; pat. 
alph. fig. plates, 2, $3.50 , 

Moore, T. F. & Cie., Montreal : soft coal, 3,798"27 tons at $3.75 ; soft R. M., 175"08 tons at 
$4.28 ; G. C. C. smith coal, 151 tons at $4.70; steam coal, 5 tons at $5.75 ; labour and 
trimming, $365.32 

Morrison, James, Brass Manf. Co., Toronto : comp. grease cups, No. 1, 36 at $1.38 ; No. 2, 
12 at $1.10 ; No. 3, 12 at 83c; plain oil cups, \\ in., 24 at 35c; 1 in., 24 at 16c; box, 25c 

Murphy, Capt. J., Coteau Landing: piloting tug Frontenac from Kingston to Coteau Land 
ing .. - 

McAvity, T. & Sons, St. John : brass steam gauges, 8J in., 12 at $13.20 ; brass vacuum 
gauges, 8^ in., 6 at $13.20 ; water gauge columns, 3 in., 12 at $2.25 ; hy. reg. gauge cocks, 
I in., 36 at 60c; tin water gauges, 5 in., 12 at $6 ; special steam whistles, 6 in., 4 at $40 ; 
jingle bells, 3 in., 12 at $1.75; globe valves, McA. 'World,' double seat, li in., 36 at 
$2.75, 1J in., 24 at $2, 1 in., 36 at $1.40, f in., 36 at $1.10, % in., 36 at 62ic, | in., 36 at 
55c ; McShane double sight feed lubricators, No. 5, 1 at $24, No. 4, 3 at $17, No. 3, 6 at 
$12 ; N.P. sight feed lubricators, 6 at $6.40 ; McA. ' World ' taper seat globe valves, 1£ 
in., 12 at $2 ; repairing 3 boiler feeders, No. 40, and 1 No. 20, $75 ; repairs to 7 brass 
steam gauges, $24 

McCall, Drummond & Co., Montreal: steel plates, 4,770 lbs. at $3, 1,660 at $2.35 a 100 lbs.; 
steel bars, 1,142 lbs. at 3k; * ■ • ■ 

McCarthy, D.& J., Montreal, rent of shipyard at St. Joseph de Sorel, July 1, to Dec. 31, 1901. 

McDougall, John, Caledonian Iron Works Co., Montreal: large spur gears for elevator 
dredges, four pieces, 23,654 lbs. at 4^0.; cast cylinder, 1,238 lbs. at 3^c ; fly wheel, turned, 
bored and finished, 4,290 lbs. at 4fc; propeller wheels, 4, 4,558 lbs. at 3^c 

MacGregor, Gourlay Co., Gait : matching heads for 00 moulder, $20.50 ; 1 set each matching 
cutters, £ to f, g to 2 in., $4.80 

McKenzie, M. & Co., Montreal: pine pitch, 25 brls. at $2.22^ ; standard life-belts, 50 at 72^c; 
life-buoys, 'Round British Navy Standard,' 1 doz., $45 ; G. blocks, iron, 16 in. dia., 6 at 
$4.85 



Belting Co., Montreal, leather filler, 10,000 ft 

Quebec: oak, 10 pes., 1,266 41 c ft. at 85c; pitch pine, 24 pes., sawn, 1,263* 



McLaren, J. C. 
McLeod, D. R. 

c ft. at 35c 

McMahon, Broadfield & Co., Toronto, pantry outfit for dredge J. I. Tarte 

McNallv, W. & Co., Montreal : fire clay, best Scotch, 25 bags at $1.90 ; firebricks, 9x4^x2x2^, 

- 2,000 at $24 

MacPherson, Alex. & Son, Montreal — 

Steel boiler plates, 32,872 lbs. at $2.10 a 100 ; mild steel, 2,193 lbs. at $2.05 

Pressed spikes : \ to 4 in., 5,000 lbs. at $3.50 ; gx 5 to 7 in., 15,000 lbs. at $3.18 ; ^ x 8 in, 

5,000 lbs. at $3.07 ; \ to 8 in 5,000 lbs. at $2.93 

Rope sockets : H in., 12 at $3.50, lg in., 12 at $3.10, 1 in., 24 at $1.40, g in, 24 at $1.20, 

I in., 24 at 82c. % in. 24 at 66c , 

Wire rope swivels for 1 in. rope, 24 at $1.70. g in., 24 at $1.27, I inch, 24 at 83c, % in., 24 

at 66c, \ in., 24 at 50c, 'i in., 24 at 40c 

Swivel hook wrought iron blocks : bronze bushed for % in. rope, 6 in. triple, 24 at $3, 6 in. 
double, 36 at $2.30, 6 in. single, 24 at $1.30 



Carried forward J 175,535 



cts. 



143,337 48 



166 40 

22 50 

1,148 99 

40 61 



212 95 

1,000 00 

74 37 

201 40 
3,043 26 



587 21 



560 70 



1 


399 75 




64 43 


6 


096 65 




85 33 




25 00 



1,128 90 

222 08 
600 00 



1,471 06 
25 30 

165 98 
29 70 

1,518 70 
34 72 

95 50 

735 26 

952 00 

177 12 

128 64 

186 00 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902' 

2-3 EDWARD VII.. A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Sliip Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward, 



MacPherson, Alex. & Son — Concluded. 

3 anvils, 5 and 6 in. face, 1,058 lbs. at 10c; genuine gauge glasses, 24 doz., $24 

Detroit lubricators : 2^ in., 36 at $1.60 ea., 2 in., 3 doz. at $15, 1^ in., 3 doz. at $12 

Brass tubing, £, | inside, 93^ lbs. at 32c; tallow pumps, 3^ x 3|, 12 at $4.25 

Marline, 196^ lbs. at 14^c; sail twine, 108 lbs. at 19£c 

Fitting and bending, 32" panes glass, $24.96 ; 1 belt clamp, 12-in., $20 

Cylinder relief valves, 1-in., 6 at $3.38 ; bolt clippers, 1 at $5:50, 1 at $3.25 

Freight paid on shipments from and to Montreal, $16.55 ; sundry, $30.40 

Northey Co., Toronto : duplex pumps, 6 x 2\ x 7, 1 at $116 ; 2 brass* liners and 2 iron plung 

ers, $14 , 

Ottawa Engraving Co., Ottawa: 1 lithographic printing press, 29 x 30-in., $85; 1 photo 

mechanical patent printing frame, $38 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Toronto: 2 card cabinets, $10.50; cards, 700, 8x5, $5.60, 1,500 

6 x 4, $4.75 ; sundry, $4.45 

Paradis, C. O., Sorel : table linen, 40$ yds. at 90c; roller towelling, 177| yds. at 15c; crash, 

40 yds. at 13c; calico, 410 yds. at 10c; table felt, 6 yds. at 75c; cotton, 63 yds. at 10c, 

50 at 9c , 128 at 7c ; thread, 24 doz at 60c ; blankets, 2 prs. at $7.50, 4 at $6.75, 6 at $5.25 ; 

napkins, 3 doz. at $4, 14 doz. at $1.75, 5 doz. at $1.50; counterpanes, 21 at 75c; sundry 

items, $16.42 

Patenaude, N. F., Sorel; brass castings, 5,502 lbs. at 10c; special metal, 238 lbs. at 5c, 

67,861 lbs. at 3c; castings, 80,082 lbs. at 2^c.; sundry, $3 ; less old scrap, 9,436 lbs. at lc 
Paul, Edward, St. Anne de Sorel : hay, 6,490 lbs. at 40c a 100; straw, 6,150 lbs. at 55c 



a 100. 



1901, 



Paul, Win., Sorel : damages to str. Hero by the government dredge Laurier in April 

$125 ; overpayment, $125 

Pennsylvania Fire Brick Co., Beech Creek: fire brick, 9-in., 10,000 at $34, No. I circles, 1,500 

at $34 ; clay in sacks, 2| tons at $9 ; less freight charges, $188.33 

Plamondon, J. B., legal expenses, in re St. Michel vs. King 

Phoenix Bridge and Iron Works, Montreal : 2 struts with necessary connections for centre 
columns of 15 ton traveller, $160 ; 4 struts with necessary connections for end columns of 
15 ton traveller, $120 ; 16 struts with diagonal rods for each end of building with neces 
sary connections, $175 ; 8 brackets to stiffen connections between the 24 in. beams and 

columns, $97 

Piatt, W. M., Belleville : white oak, 3,576 ft. at $40 ; elm, 13,584 ft. at $30 ; less, freight 

chai'ges, $145.50 ; cash advanced, $5 

Poison Iron Works, Toronto ($209,332.12)— 

Construction of 36-in. hydraulic dredge J. Israel Tarte as per contract, $163,800 ; less 

paid in 1900-1, (see p. V— 42), $26,200 

Pipes and pontoons, completed as per contract 

Extras for dredge J. Israel Tarte ($25,752.12)— 

' Furnishing and fitting up of discharge pipe on scow, $1,860 ; plumbing outfit, $575 ; 

steam heating outfit, $525 . . 

Placing four winches and lining up, making all steam and exhaust connections, 

complete , 

Change pontoon and pipe contract to read sixteen sections about 100 ft. long each and 

six sections about 50 ft. long each ; 

Furnish and fit in place 4 double sheave fair leads 

Supplying steering gear and winch frame and erecting, complete, also attaching 

large sheave and shackle , 

Supplying 5 anchor guard plates, $210 ; fitting 8 cast steel mooring bits, $100, and 6 

cast iron ehaulks, $30 

100 clamps for rubber joints, $500 ; skylight over breasting winch, $150 ; 1 reverse 
lever, $100 ; 4 throttle valves, 2 of 2-in., 2 of 2£-in., $51 ; 6 lubricators, $13.50 
freight paid on articles from Montreal, etc., $109.26; less allowance on freight 

on materials to and from Sorel, $ 100 

Extra help and materials supplied Mr. L. A. Desy for dredge : labour, l,063|h 

$338.50 ; materials, $230.97 

Pilot house and walks : labour, 945 h. at 45c; lumber, 4,000 ft. at $50 ; canvas for 
covering roof, and tacks, $55 ; 10 windows at $3 ; 2 doors, $10 ; sundry hard- 
ware, $30 . 

8 side lights at $20 ; sundry materials supplied, $10 .32 

Machine shop outfit for dredge as per tender 

Machine shop on dredge, as per our proposal of Mar. 3, and accepted by A. W. 

Robinson, Mar. 6, 1902 

Watchman on dredge, Dec. 16, 1901, to Mar. 24, 1902, 99 d. at $1.50.. 

Extra work performed on dredge, men supplied since trial : carpenters, 18 h. at 30c; 

engineers, 814 h. at 35c; helpers, 1,189 h. at 20c 

100 tons coal, $475 ; laying up dredge and boarding up windows, $35 

Supplying material and erecting shed over hoisting engine on scow 

Placing on dredge, putting in foundation and making connections for electric light. . 

Increase in size of hull from 40 to 42 ft. beam 

Increase in size of engines from 17 and 28 and 46 x 24 to 20 and 30 and 50 x 25. , 



$ cts. 
175,535 99 



129 80 
138 60 

80 92 
49 55 
44 96 
29 03 
46 95 

130 00 
123 00 

25 30 



297 43 


4,508 11 


59 79 


250 00 


225 17 
51 40 



552 00 

400 06 



137,600 00 
45,980 00 



2,960 00 

2,000 00 

1,050 00 
760 00 

550 00 

340 00 



523 76 

669 47 



750 25 

170-32 

3,232 00 

350 00 
148 50 

528 10 

510 CO 

26 40 

83 32 

3,500 00 

2,500 00 



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V-31 



St. Lawrence Snip Channel — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Poison Iron Works— Continued. 

Extras for dredge J. I. Tartc — Continued. 

Increase in size of boilers — 4 locomotive boilers having 7,004 sq. ft. heating surface 

instead of 0,000, or an increase of 1,004 sq. ft 

Induced draft sturtevant, $2,750 ; less expenses of str. Lord Stanley towing pontoons 

from Toronto to Cardinal Lock, $850 

Poupore, McAuliff & Co., Sorel, stone, 105 cub. yds. at $2 per yd 

Peloquin, Laurent, ste. Victoire, spruce, 35 ft. long, 8-in. top, 8 pes. at $3.50 

Potbriand & Frere, Sorel : cross-cut saws for cutting ice, 33, $09.25 ; cross-cut saws, U ft,, 6 
at 12.10 ; round saws, 2 at $7.50 ; repairs to saws, $4.80 ; knives, 20-in. x 3|-in. x g-in., 

at $4 . 25 ; sundry small items, $8.25 ■ 

Postmaster at Sorel, stamps supplied 

Pratt & Whitney Co., Hartford, star bolt taps, g to 1^ in. x 30 in., 10 

Prince, Alfred J., Sorel, travelling expenses , 

Prowse, Geo. R., Montreal: steel ranges, 4 holes, 13 at $25; nickle steel frying pans, 8, 
$15.50 ; bricks for ranges, 12 sets at $1.50 ; roll grates, 12 at $1 ; grate frames, 12 at 50c; 

covers, 30 at 30c 

Pyke, Jas. W. & Co., Montreal ($1,101.72)— 

Boiler tubes, Sh in. x 10, 8 x 11, P. W. C, 2,133 ft. at 28c 

One wrought iron roller tube, 12 in. O. D. x 40 ft., f-in. thick, in 2 sections, complete, 

together with a wrought iron sleeve, ft. long, 1 in. thick, all as per sketch 

Square edge convex iron, 25 bars, in. x 1& x & x 25 ft., 0,908 lbs. at $1.90 a 100 

Pacine, Alphonse & Cie., Montreal : duck, 12-oz., 2,0S0f yds. at 15^0 

Red way, W. E., Toronto, 1 yawl boat for dredge J. I. Tarte 

Renaud, King & Patterson, Montreal : 1 leather box lounge, $85 ; pillows, Leader, prs. at 

$1, Boston, 12 prs. at 75c; cream polish, 2 doz. bottles at $2.50 .... 

Richard, Alcide, Sorel : stools, 39 at 50c ; sundry, 70c 

Robertson, Thos. <fc Co., Montreal: National boiler tubes, 3J in. x 10 ft., 1,700 ft. at 15|c; 
Norway cone head rivets, 2 in. x § in., GOO at 5^c; rivets, f x 2 in., 200 at 3*c; brass 
extension brackets, 1£ I. P., SO at $1.15 ; brass tube, f in. I. P., 150 ft., $32.25 ; steel, 

025 lbs. at $2.45 a 100 ; sundry items, $9.10 . . . . 

Robertson, Wm., & Son, Halifax : signal codes, 2 sets at $47.50; 1 code book, $7.50 ; iTnited 
States flags, 4 yd., 3 at $9.75 ; 2 ship flags, $8.75, $7.45 ; French flags, 4 yd., 3 at $0.25 ; 

red Dominion ensigns, 4 yd., 3 at $8.50 

Robidoux, Cyrille, Sorel, ice supplied and packed in ship-yard ice-house, 103 tons at 50c. . 
Robillard & Co., Montreal : oilcloth, 54 vds. at 75c, 308 yds. at 70c, 405J yds. at 05c ; lino- 
leum, 9& yds. at $1.50 ; table oilcloth, 120 yds., at 40c ; Brussels carpet, 13 yds. at $1.40, 
40^ yds. at $1.25, 34f yds. at $1 ; Brussels border, 17^ yds. at $1.40 ; Brussels stair, 11^ 
yds. at $1.15; inlaid 15f yds. at $1.50; curting, 58| yds. at $2 ; making and putting up 
curtains, 40 prs. at $1.50 ; lining, 42 yds. at 10c, 50 yds. 10c ; green edge fringe, 00 yds 
at 50c ; green silk, 55 yds. at $1.25 ; table covers, 2 at $8.50, 1 at $4.75 ; cocoa mats, 
with wool border,2 at $4, 4 at $2.50 ; cocoa mats, at $2.25, at $1.75 ; rope and cork 
mats, at $1.50, 2 at $1.25 ; rubber mats, at $1.50 ; loops, 4 prs. at $2 ; crumb cloth 
9 at $3 : doylies, 28, $10.80 ; Japanese rug, $8 ; felt paper, 150 yds. at 5c ; expenses to 

Sorel, fare and board, (2 trips) $0 ; sweeper, $7 ; sundry, $0.34 

Robinault, L. M., Valleyfield : services as pilot, on steamer Frontenac from Coteau to King 

ston, $15; sundry, $20.40 

Robinson, A. W. consulting engineer, Montreal, ($3,843 50.) 

Preparation of general design of large dredge for River St. Lawrence, and specifications 
. of same, making all calculations and plans. Contract given to Poison Iron Works, 

at $103,800 

Repairing design and specifications of steel-discharge pipe and pontoons, weighing 400 

tons at an estimated cost of $40,000 . . , 

Time with Lafleur and Howden, on inspection trip of dredges, 9 clays at $40 

Four days time at Ottawa, consultation Lafleur and Howden, revising specifications and 

agreeing on details, &c, $100 ; fare, $5.85 ; hotel, $8.50 

Journey to Maritime Provinces, to examine conditions under which proposed dredging 

will be done, and report on same, 4 d. at $40 ; fare, $40.50 ; sundry outlay, $25.25 . 

Design, drawings and specifications for two breasting winches for St. Lawrence dredge, 

contract placed with Laurie Engine Co., at $3,000 

Correspondence, interviews, obtaining bids on Sorel improvements, and abstract of same 

of pneumatic tools and air compressor, and steel binding, May 9 . 

Correspondence, interviews, obtaining bids on machine tools for Sorel ship yard and 

report on same, May 15 . 

Correspondence, interviews, obtaining bids on electric apparatus for Sorel ship yard, and 

and report on same, June 1 

At Ottawa, April 3, discussing discharge pipe and breasting winch, 1 clay, $40 ; fare, 

$5.85; hotel, $1.50 

At Ottawa, Feby. 9, consultation, Lafleur, with plan of dredge, 1 clay, $40 ; fare, $5.85 ; 

hotel, $1.50 . 

One day at Sorel on ship yard improvements, $40 ; expenses, $4, April 22, 1901 

Preparing plans and report on improvements to ship yard, April 25, 1901 



Carried forward , 400,328 18 



$ eta. 
380,910 18 

3,200 00 

1,900 00 

330 00 

28 00 



105 40 
41 00 
70 32 
27 25 



387 30 

597 33 

375 00 

189 39 

322 52 

20 00 

105 00 
20 20 



401 56 



192 20 
81 50 



1,215 83 
35 40 

1,G38 00 

800 00 
300 00 

174 35 

225 75 

180 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

47 35 

47 35 
44 00 
40 00 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1002 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 
Brought forward 400,328 18 



Robinson, A. W. — Concluded. 

One day's time at Sorel, consultation — Howden 

Expenses to Toronto re test of dredge J. I. Tarte 

Expenses to Toronto re inspection of dredge J. I. Tarte , 

Expenses, 3 trips to Ottawa, $31.55; 1 trip to Sorel, $2.75 

Rogers, Chas. & Sons Co., Toronto : tables, 4 at $3.50 ; chairs, 24 at 50c; cartage, 50c 

Russell, Chas. & Co., London : The Queen vs. The Hamburg American Line, commission to 
Genoa 

Sadler & Haworth, Montreal : leather packings, 12 at $2 ; 1 packing mould, $10 

Samson, Jos., steamboat inspector, Quebec, travelling expenses incurred on account of Public 
Works Dept 

Samson, Jos. A., Quebec, for helping on, making drawings of str. Frontenac, &c 

Sheppard, Jas. & Son, Sorel : ash and birch, 911 ft. at 35c. a 100, 232 ft. a 30c; birch electric 
moulding, 1,500 lin. ft. at la, 1,380 ft. $10.35 ; sawing: at $1.25 per M., $57.12 ; at $1 
$459.27; at 80c, $1.86; at 60c, $36.60; sundry, $1.31 

Sleeth, David, Montreal, Lord's boiler compound, 332 lbs. at 15c , 

St. Charles, F. X. & Co. , Montreal, provisions 

Stewart & Wood, Toronto: pure white lead, 630 lbs. at5|c; boiled oil, 46§ galls, at 83c 
turpentine, 20 galls, at 72c; elastic oak varnish, 10 galls, at $1.75; coal oil, 48 galls, at 
19c; machine oil, 48 galls, at 40c; paint brushes 24, $22.80 ; sundry small items, $24.75 

St. Jacques, Mdme. A., St. Joseph de Sorel : washing, 26| d. at 75c, 94| d. at 30c 

Ste. Marie, Philippe, M.D., Sorel : inspecting the sanitary condition of the shanties and fleet 
at Sorel, 18 d. at $5, expenses $10.79 ; cost and fees inspecting, 5 d. at $5 ; professional 
services, Dec. 11 to 23,;1901, $22.20 ; disinfecting the offices, 2 at $5 ; vaccination tubes, 
257 at 40c; examining arms and giving certificates, 625 at 25c: sundry services, $8.50. . . 

St. Martin, Colbert, St. Victoire : spruce flagpoles, 50-ft., 46 at $1.50; 35-ft., 54 at 75c; 
18-ft., 200 at $15 a 100 , .... 

St. Martin, Michael, He St. Ignace, oats, 95 bush, at 50c 

St. Pierre, Louis, Vercheres : boats, 18 ft. long, 3 at $14 ; 17 ft., 1 at $13 

Thibaudeau, Misael, Quebec, provisions 

Thorn, John S., Quebec : towing dredge No. 6 and scows, 27 h. at $2 ; sundry towing, $49.50 ; 
1 tarpaulin given to str. Frontenac to cover top of wheelhouse, destroyed by fire, $15 

Trempe, A. C. Sorel: axes, with handles, 6 at 80c, 6 at 60c; 12 padlocks, $3; bash cord, 9 
lbs. at 35c; sundry hardware, &c, $39.03 ; provisions, $32.48 

Trout, H. G., Buffalo, wheels, prop., 2 ft. x 10 in. dia., 1 pair 

Trudeau, A. , Montreal : wages on dredge J. Israel Tarte, 26 d. at $2 . 25^ board, $20 ; fare to 
Toronto $10.95, to Montreal $10 , 

Tuck, Geo. & Co., Montreal : asbestos, 532 lbs. at 5|c; asbestos millboard, 591 lbs. at 5^c; 
4 crates, $1.50 

Valiquette, N. C, Montreal : 1 desk, No. 30 flat double G. O., $55 ; 1 office chair, $8.50 

Vaudreuil, Jos. G., Worcester, Mass.: for use of land at St. Jean des Chaillons in maintain- 
ing a semaphore during four years, as per agreement, $25 a year 

Vautelet, H. E., Montreal: report on Sorel machine shop, $60; report on Montreal eleva- 
tor, $440 

Walker, James, Hardware Co., Montreal ($2,111.06)— 
Cone head boiler rivets, § to § x 2 J to 3| in., 7,000 lbs 



Screws : coach, \ to I x 1^ to 7 in. ,1,400, $29 ; steel set, f to £ x 1 to l£in.,600, $17.10 ; hex. 
cap., \ tog xli to 3 in., ,4,800, $253.73 

Packing : piston valve, 173| lbs. at 70c ; metabestos, 122^ lbs. at 55c ; Electric spiral, 
254 lbs. at 39c ; square piston, R. B. back, 155 lbs. at 33c ; square flax and gun 
cover, 1,122 lbs at 20c , 

Locks : brass ship, 2 keys, 36 at $2.25 ; extra for master keys, 36 at 35c ; sliding door 
locks, 4 at $4 ; rim knob, 12 doz. at $3.60 ; brass drawer, 12 doz. at $3 ; brass war- 
drobe, 12 doz. at $1.75 ; iron chest, 12 doz. at $1.80 ; padlocks, 12 doz at $3.10 ; Yale, 
night latches, 6 at $2.35 

Knobs : brass oval, 36 prs. at $1.50 ; drawer, 3 gross at -^4.50 ; white door, 24 doz. at 95c. 

Pulls : bronze, 2 doz. at $8 ; bronze doors, 12 doz. at $1.30 ; drawer, 8^ doz. $27.15 ; brass 
cabinet handles, 2h doz. at $5 

Scoop scales, brass, 2 at $9, 1 at $10 ; cuspadores, 12 at $1.25, 2 doz. at $14.85 

Brass flush sash backs, 3 doz. at $4.50 ; trip gongs, 1 at $3.40, 1 at $2, 1 at $1.10 

Bolts : carriage, § to |x 2£ to 6-in., 3,950, $54.63 ; tower, 3 to 6-in., 12 doz. $9.75 ; F. H. 
stove, 4,500, $14.59 ; brass barrel, 24 at 25c 

Brass, H. & C. hooks, 2\ doz. at $4.50, cabin. 3 doz. at $2 ; comb, toilet sets, 2 at $3.50. . 

Moss, 575 lbs. at 8^c ; asbestos wick, 25 lbs. at 20c ; toilet paper, 1 case, $9 

Strap hinges, 27 doz. prs., $49.38 ; jockey snaps, 1 gross. $9 ; lack snaps, 1 gross, $11 

Head light, $6.50; side lig'its, 1 pr., $5.50 ; match safes, 4 at $1.25 ; ash trays, 6 at 55c ; 
1 doz. corks, $3.50 ; N. P. towel rods, 3 at $1.10 ; 1 sponge rack, $2.25 ; 1 brush 
rack, $2.75 ; 1 whisk holder, $2.25, 

Kitchen utensils, $162.33 ; sundry small items, $38.08 

Wall, W. J.," Montreal, Waters reducing valve, screwed ends to reduce from 130 to 10 lbs. . . . 
Webster, Geo. M. & Co., Quebec, steam coal and carting, 11 "97 tons at $5.50 



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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-33 



St. Lawrence Sliip Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Weir, J. & R., Montreal : cylindrical tubular boilers, as per price quoted, 2 at $1,340; Weirs 

steering wheel, 4 ft. x 6-in., 1 at $18 

Western Block Co., Lockport, sheave blocks : with beckets, 2 at $45, 2 at $35 ; with shackles. 

3 at $12.50 ; with swivel works, 3 at $9.05 

Wheeler & Bain, Toronto : Tropic store, No. 14, 1 at $12 ; G lanterns, $6 ; steel scoops, 6 at 

$1.25 ; sundry, $9 

Wright, Capt. James, Quebec: travel, $13.50; paid for cartage, telegrams and sundry items 

$8.85 



Lighting lamps on dredge beacons ($510.76) — 

Belleval, Jos., Contrecceur : 2 lamps, 87 d. at 50c. ; boat, 87 d. at 25c. ; oil, $1 .80 

Bienvenu, Eustache, Vercheres : 2 lamps, 98 d. at 50c, rent of boat, G2 d. at 25c 

Dansereau, Albert, Contreceur : 4 lamps, 74 d. at $1 ; sundry, $1.54 , 

Dansereau, Frs. X., Vercheres : 3 lamps, 119 d. at 75c. ; sundry, $2.G2 

Lanciaux, Frs., St. Anne de Sorel : 4 lamps, 41 d. at $1 

Lapointe, Chas., Varennes : 2 lamps, 81 d. at 50c. ; rent of boat, 81 d. at 15c 

Laporte, Y., Vercheres, 1 lamp, 97 d. at 25c 

Mongeon, Felix, Vercheres, 1 lamp, 23 d. at 40c 

Roy, Barthelmy, Contrecoeur : 4 lamps, 89 d. at $1 ; sundry, $1.70 

Rent of dredge beacons at $4 : David Elz., $8 ; Dorge, Jr., $8 ; Gobeil, Louis, $4; Greno 

Arthur, $4 ; Lacroix, Alfred, $4 ; Lavalle, E.D., $4 ; Marchildon, J. H., $4 ; Paul, Edw. 

$4 ; Roy, Hor., $4; St. Jean, Jos. $4 , 

Rent of dredge beacons at $3 : Croteau, Telesphore, $3 ; Garneau, Oct., $3 ; Racette, Mdme. 

D., $6 

Rent of dredge beacons at $2 : Berthiaume, Alex., $2 ; Bourquet, Pierre, $2 ; Dansereau. 

Pierre, $2 ; Lacroix, Frs., $2 

Mongeon, Felix, Vercheres, rent of dredge beacon and right of way, 98 d. at 15c 

Payments under $20 

Freight and express : Canada Atlantic Ry., $13.88 : Canadian Express Co., $135.15 ; Domin- 
ion Express Co., $20 ; Quebec Southern Ry., $1,078.26; Richelieu & Ont. Nav. Co., 

$611.97 ; South Shcre Ry., $1,902.97 , 

Queen's Printer's and Stationery Dept., Ottawa 

Advertising 

Salaries of Ottawa officials (Page V— 17) 

Travel of Ottawa officials: J. d'E. Clemant $111.72, R. B. Corriveau, $18.39, V. Deni* 
$23 . 75, L. A . Desrosiers $37 . 30, E. Lacas $50 . 25, N. B. McLean $119 . 45, Jos. R. Roy $56.85 

Advances to be accounted f or : A. Gobeil $685, Jos. R. Roy $150 , 

Howden, James, superintendent of dredging, travelling expenses and sundry outlay, 
$778.68 ; less cheques, 50394 and 8 of (Sept. 99), $200 



Semaphore at St. Jean des Chaillons ($278.91). 

Chandonnet, J. A.: wages, 4 "746 in. at $50; carrying message, 122 at 10c: 
$2.25 ; labour, 10 d. at $1 ; sundry items. $14 90 . 



wood, 2 cords at 



Exchequer Court Award ($2,138.70). 



St. Michel, Sarah Turner, Avidow of late D. St. Michel, 
Lacroix, T., attorney for Sarah Turner, costs of suit. . 



of husband's life. 2 000 00 

'l38 70 



South Shore Railuay Co. 

Chapdelaine, W. H., agent : wharf and property adjoining shipyard at Sorel 

Reception of Duke of York ($2,524 GO). 

Cuddy & Brodeur Co., Montreal: cut glass dishes, celery, 2 at $8.50; ice cream, 2 at $8: 
jelly, 2 at $6.50 ; cream bowl, $8 ; berry howl, $9.50; orange bowl, $9 ; bon bon, 2 at $5 : 
olive, 2, $7 ; mirror tray, $8 : oils and vinegar, 4 at $2 ; knives, 4 doz., $21 ; spoons, 1< 
doz., $58.80; cups and saucers, 12 d. at $1 ; plates, 60 doz., $49.80; 15-in. dishes, 3 at 
$4.80 17-in., 3 at $7.20 ; 10-in., 3 at $4.20 ; 9 in., 2 at $3 ; 8-in., 2 at $2.40 ; 15 asst., $33 • 
plated dishes, butter, 1 at $7, 1 at $4.50 ; castor, 1 at $6, 1 at $3.50 ; bread, 1 at $6 ; syrup, 
- 1 at $7 ; pudding, 1 at $10 ; teapot, 1 at $7 ; copper pot, 1 at $9 ; sugar, 2 at $6 ; creams! 
2 at $5 ; 1 tray, $5 ; spoon holder, $4 ; napkin rings, 4 at 75c; stg. salt spoons, l!d at 
$4.50 ; waste paper baskets, 4 at $1.25 ; fish knife and fork, $6 ; bath sponges, i cfoz. at 
$12; Pear's unscented soap, 12 doz at $1.65; tubular burners, 10 d. at $1.50, 10 at $1 : 
Leader, 5 doz. at $2.25, No. 1, 8 doz. at 75c; cold black lanterns, 4 doz. at $8 ; lamp 
globes, 12 doz. at 75c, 12 at 00 ; sundry small items, $18.70 

Paradis, C. O., Sorel ($1,440.75)— 

Blankets, 2 pre. at $5, 50 at $4.50, 50 at $3 ; table covers, 6 at $3 

Linen sheets, 25 at $4.50 ; cotton sheets, 25 at $1.50, 74 at $1.30 

Counterpanes, 12 at $3, 12 at $1.75. 100 at $1 ; aprons, 12 at 90c '..." 

Pillow shams, 24 at $1.50 ; L'_'0 at 37c. ; b.tth towel*, 24 at $1.40 ; 6 doz. at $7 ... 



1— 3v 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
407,440 76 

2,698 00 

224 65 

34 50 

22 35 



67 05 
o> 60 
75 54 
91 87 
41 00 
52 65 
24 25 
9 20 
90 70 


48 00 


12 00 


8 00 
14 70 

706 85 


3,762 23 

1,381 22 

99 47 

5,035 49 


417 71 

835 00 



578 68 



278 91 



1,000 00 



5S6 20 

403 00 
240 20 
167 80 
193 00 



428,850 18 



D-34 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-190% 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Reception of Duke of York — Concluded. 
Paradis, C. O. — Concluded. 

Napkins, 5 doz. at $7.50, 12 at $3.50, 5 at $2.50 ; linen, 25 yds. at 15c 

Table cloths, 12 at $12, 12 at $7 ; red cotton. 600 yds. at 12c, 25 at 10c 

Awning, 93 yds. at 25c; 2 rugs, $2.50 ; oil cloth for table, 22 1 yds. at 30c 

Renaud, King & Patterson, Montreal ($497.65)— 

Mirrors : Bev. B. P. gilt frames, 28x49, 1 at $14.35, 32x32, 1 at $10.85, 25x38, 1 at $10.65. 
24x30, 4 at $7.50, 24x28, 4 at $7 ; plain, 24x36, 1 at $5.60, 18x22, 3 at $3.60 '. 

Special box lounge, red leather with 2 pillows, 24x30 

Special cushions for pilot house, 7-8x2-6, with apron in best leather and hair stuffed 

Steamer chairs, C.S., 24 at $2.80 ; arm chairs, reed, 3, $33.85 

Cushions for reed chairs, 20x21, red leather, 3 

Plush and green leather cushions, 5, $29 ; leather pillows, 4, $18 , 

2 cases, table oak, $29.75 ; camp stools, carpeted, 19 at 65c . . 

l'butler's tray, $5 ; sundry items, $21.75 



Soundings and Borings at Quebec City ($1,364.97.) 
Pay-lists ($617. 25)— 

Foreman, E. Kirouac, 35 d. at $1.75 ; canoeman, li d. at $3 

Carter, M. Thbault, 33i d. at $2 ; labourers, 22 in all, 323 d. at $1.50 

Tache, J. C, engineer in charge : board at Chateau Frontenac, from Feby. 12 to March 28, 

1902, $243.40 ; sundry travel and outlay, $82.60 

Debuc, Art. E., asst. engineer : board at Chateau Frontenac, Feby. 12 to March 29, 1902, 

$172.77 ; sundry travel and outlay, $69.95 

Carrier, Laine & Co., Levis : steel drills, 1 at $30, 3 at $15 ; sundry small items, $8.02 

Cote, Mademoiselle, Quebec, flags, 16 at 50c . 

Hearn & Harrison, Montreal : repairs to 6-in. transit, $16.50 ; extension tripod fitted to tran- 
sit, $25 ; express, 65c; less, allowance on old tripod, $5 , 

Laliberte, J. B., Quebec: waterproof mocassins, 2 prs. at $5 ; snowshoes, 2 prs. at $4.25, 3 

at $2 . 50 ; snowshoe strings, 5 prs. at 25c. ; toboggans, 1 pr., $3 

Lemieux, N. & Fils, Quebec: axes ready for use, 8 at $1 ; shovels, 8 at 80c,; sundry items 

$0.18 



Survey of North Channel (-$3,027.60.) 

Begin, Capt. Pierre, Quebec, services of steam schooner 'Diver,' for making borings, as per 

agi-eement, Sept. 10 to 24, inclusive, 15 d. at $50. 

Begin Frs., Quebec, services as mechanic on ' Diver,' 15 d. at $2.50 

Chainman, Arthur Surveyor : services, June 24-Sept. 15, 84 d. at $2.50; board and sundry 

outlay, $72.03 

Chainman, A. W. Bourbonnais : services, June 24 to Sept. 15, 84 d. at $2 ; board and sundry 

outlay, $81.18 

Recorder, Paul E. Gagnon : services, July 16 to Sept 25, 72 d. at $2 ; board and outlay, 

$64.25 

Pilot, John Couturier, services. July 5 to Sept. 19, 77 d. at $2 

Gauge keeper, Pierre Bo uffard, July 9-Sept. 9, 63 d. at $1.50 

Gauge keeper, Jos. Lepage, Julv 9-Sept. 17, 71 d. at $1 . 50 

Gauge keeper. Emile Morel, July 8-Sept. 8, 03 d. at $1 . 50 

Gauge keeper, Pierre Pouliot, Aug. 1-Sept. 24, 51 d. at $1.50 , 

Sounder, Wilfrid Labrecque, services, July 1-Sept. 20, 2f m. at $10 

Regina Hotel, St. Anne de Beaupre : use of room for office, July 8- Aug. 31, 52 d. at $1 ; 

wharfage for tug 'Lake St. Pierre, July 8- Aug 31, at $10 a m., $17.33 
Sal 
Travel of Ottawa officials : V. W. Forneret . 



of Ottawa officials (Page V-16) 



Lake St. Peter, Soundings, Borings, &c. (-$535.37.) 

Foreman, Jos. Laforest, 8 d. at $2.50 ; sounder, C. Carpentier, 11 d. at $1.50 

Carters : Xavier Noel, 20-Jj d. at $2.50 ; TJ. Noel, 18 d. at $2 ; Adel. Sicotte, 10 d. at $2 ; H. 

Lambert, 5 d. at $2 ; A. Belanger, 9 d. at $2 

Chainmen at $1.50 a day : Jos. Durocher, 13 ; David Girard, 10 ; Nap. Mineau, 18 , 

Labourers at $1.50 a day : Adel. Baribeau, 12 ; Doyon, Louis, 5. 



Labourers at $1.25 a day : M. Baribeau, 9; J. Bourassa, 11; Frs. Desjardins, 5; Jos. Dur- 

and, 12 ; Alph. Durar-.d, 9 ; Leon Durand, 5 ; Thos. Grenier, 12 ; Moise Larimonde, 5; 

Jos. Larimonde, 12 ; Hector Lepage, 6 ; 1. Simoneau, 11 

Devlin, R. J., Ottawa, snowshoes, 2 prs at $4 ; Lesage, J., Louisville, sundries, $12.34 

Hotel Lefleur, Louisville, board of R. de B. Corriveau, 24| d. at $1.25; V. M. Fourneret, 28 

d. at $1 . 25 

Power, Frank, Montreal : 2 prs. rubber boots at $5.50 ; 2 prs. moccasins at $1 

St. Pierre, Louis, 1 box, and putting up poles, $5 ; Louisville Lumber Mills Co., sundry, 

$7.29 

Travel of Ottawa officials : V. W. Forneret 



Carried forward 434,706 52 



$ cts. 
428,850 18 



95 75 

302 50 

32 50 



110 25 
85 00 
43 50 

101 05 
42 00 
47 00 
42 10 
20 75 



65 75 
551 50 

326 00 

242 72 

83 02 

8 00 

37 15 

30 25 

20 58 



750 Of) 


37 50 


282 03 


249 18 


208 25 


154 00 


94 50 


106 50 


94 50 


76 50 


26 67 


69 33 


789 00 



9 64 



36 50 

135 25 
61 50 
25 50 



121 25 
20 34 

65 95 
13 00 

12 29 
43 79 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-35 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Geodetic Levelling ($1,564). 

Chaloner, C. F. X., aast. engineer, Dec. 16 to Apl. 30, 136 d. at $4.50. 

Gingras, E., asst. engineer, Dec 1G to Apl. 30, 136 d. at $4 

Barizeau, H. D., asst. engineer, Dec. 1G to Apl. 30, 130 d. at $3 



Hydroqraphic Survey of St. Lawrence. 
Hydrographic survey, details on 



.(BageV— 58) 



Wages : Shops at Sorel, Dredges, <tc. 
Total wages and board (shops and vessels), details on (Bage V— 35 to V— 58 ) 

Less— charged to 1902-3 20,300 00 

Marino Dept., cost of rebuilding Lake St. Beter lightship 2,519 35 

Sale of tug Minnie Parsons 500 00 



Carried to summary at page V— 2, as follows — 

St. Lawrence ship channel $497,903 37 

Additional hydraulic dredge 174,380 00 

Exchequer Court award 2,138 70 

Shops at Sorel. 

Conductor of works : Simeon Cosky, July-May 15, 104 m. at $100 ; May 15- June 30, 14 m. at 
§125 - 

Allard, Geo., labourer, Dec-Mar., 44 d. at $1, 44} at 90e 

Allard, Laurent, carpenter, July-Oct., 86 d. at $2.50, IH5 at $2.25 

Allenberg, Alb., Mar. -June : helper, 61 "31 d. at $1.15 ; boilermaker, 274, d, at $1 .45 

Ally, Arsene, labourer, Feb.- June, 36f d. at $1, 1H at 90c 

Antava, Jos. : carpenter, 884, d. at $1.40, 11 at $1.20 ; labourer, 12} d. at $1.20, 424, at $1.05, 
404 at $1, 55f at 90c 

Antaya, Michael, Aug. -June : stableman, 6" 7 m. at $40 ; labourer, 46} d. at $1.05, 54 at $1. 

Arel, Aime, labourer, 204 d. at $1 ; Arel, Arsene, labourer, 14J d. at $1 . 

Arel, Ferdinand, July-June : carpenter, 1874 d. at $1 . 40, 624 at $1 . 25 

Asselin, John, carpenter, July-Apl., 88 d. at $2.50, 12g at $2~.25, 45 at $1.60, 84 at $1.45. . . . 

Arbour, Felix, labourer, Feb. -May, 54} d. at $1, 11 at 90c 

Aubin, Daniel, carpenter, July- Jan., 83} d. at $1 .50, 48} at $1.35 

Aubichon, Albert, labourer, Dec. -Apl., 35} d. at $1, 46} at 90c 

Auger, Alfred, Dec. -June : helper, 58^ d. at $1 15 ; labourer, 19 d. at $1.50, 39at$l, Hat 90c. 

Auger, Leon, July- June, carpenter, 157} d. at $1.60, 94| at $1.45 

Au°"er, Nap., labourer, 304 d. at 90c. ; Auger, Hector, labourer, 2 d. at $1 .... 

Auger, Wilbrod : helper, 24 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 114^ d. at $1, 274, at 90c 

Auger, Wilfrid : helper, 76} d. at $1 . 15 ; labourer, 71 d. at $1, 34| at 90c 

Aussant, Bruno, labourer, Mar. -Apl., 304 d. at $1 , 

Aussant, Jos., July-June : watchman, 90j d. at $1.45 ; labourer, 1174, d. at $1, 124 at 90c. . . . 

Aussant, Baul, labourer, 50 d. at $1, 12^ at 90c 

Aussant, Toussaint, Dec-May : watchman, 1115 d. at $1.45 ; labourer, 15 d. at 90c 

Badeau, Hector, carpenter, 138£ d. at $1.25, 1034, d. at 81.124 

Badeau, Jos., carpenter, 17* d. at $2, 1334 at $1.80, 874 at $1.60, 08 at $1.45 

Badeau, Nap., foreman, July -June, 14 m. at $1 OS, 10^ at $90 

Badeau, Nap., fils, carpenter, 2004, d. at 60c 

Baril, Alfred, carpenter, July -June, 95 d. at 81.60, 824 at $1.50, 314 at $1.45, 64 at $1.35 ... . 

Barron, Adelard : carpenter, 36$ d. at 81.25 ; labour, 14;f d. at $1, 3§ d. at 90c 

Barron, Jeffrey, Dec -Mar.: watchman, 15f d. at 81.45; labourer, 29 d. at $1, 004, at 90c. . . 

Bazinet, Hu., Dec. -Mar.-ApL, labourer, 43& d. at $1 

Beaucage, Geo., carpenter, 151 d. at $1.60, 60 at 81. 45 .• 

Beaucage, Ovila, helper, 10 d. at $1.15 ; Beachemin, Jos., fireman, 7 d. at 81.60 

Beaucaire, Jas., labourer, 20i>.\ d. at 81, 66 at 90c , 

Beauchemin, L. : rive.': heater, 13 d. at 60c ; labourer, 18 d. at 60c 

Beaudry, Albert, painter, May-June, 224 d. at $1.25 

Beaudry, Louis, carpenter, July -Sept., Mar. -A pi., 724 d. at 81.25 

Beaulac, Adelard, lab rarer, Feb.- May, 734, d. at 81, 11} at 90c 

Beaulac, Arthur, labourer, Dec -Mar., 23Jd. at $1, 404 at 90c 



l-3iv 



$ Ct8. 

434,700 52 



612 00 
544 00 

408 00 



31,410 76 

230,060 14 
697,741 42 

23,319 35 
674,422 07 



074,422 07 



V-36 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Shovs at Sorel — Continued. 



Beaulac, Frmin, July, Dec. -A pi., fitter, HGf d. at $2.50 

Beaulac, Henri, July- June : helper, 47^ d. at $1 : labourer, 214| d. at $1 

Beaulac, Louis (pere) carpenter, Dee.-A.pl., 41 d. at $2.75, 59^ at $1.80 

Beaulac, Louis (fils), July-June, carpenter, 101J d. at $1.60, 101| at $1.45, 13^ at $1.30, 45 at 
~ .25 



si. 



Beaulieu, Arthur, fitter, July-Nov., 105f d. at $1.25 

Beaulieu, Henri, carpenter, Sept. -Nov., 12i d. at $1.40, 47| at $1.25 

Beausoleil, Frs., painter, Mar.-June, 85J d. at $1.40 

Beausoleil, H., painter, April -May, 42| d. at 80c 

Beauchant, Aug.: fitter, 26^ d. at $1.40 ; helper, 62£ d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 79 d. at $1, 64J d. 

at 90c 

Bedard, J. Bte., carpenter, May-June, 30 d. at $1.60 

Befort, Donat, labourer, Nov.-Dec, Mar.-Apl.. 48 d. at $1, 24| at 90c 

Befort, Frs., fitter and driller, July- June, 2181 d. at $1.45 

Belaire, Adelard, carpenter, July- June, 189| d. at $1.60, 91f at $1.45 

Belaire, Alphonse, carpenter, July-Apl., 90 d. at $1.60, 85J at $1 .45 

Belaire, Eusebe, July-June, carpenter, I9I5 d. at $1.60, 81| at $1.45.. , 

Belaire, Frs., boiler maker, Dec-Mar., June, 26^ d. at $1.60, 78| at $1.45 

Belisle, Amedee : dynamiter, 13^ d. at $2.50 ; labourer, 1\ d. at $1 

Beliveau, Albert, helper, July -June, 275J d. at 80c ' 

Beliveau, Jos., caulker, Jan.-Apl. , 36 d. at $1.50, 35^ at $1.35 

Beliveau, Louis, labourer, Nov., J an. -Mar., 26| d. at $1, 41f at 90c . . 

Beliveau, Ones, caulker, July-Apl., 134 d. at $1.50, 97| at $1.35 

Bellefeuille, Horace, rivet heater, July-June, 29 d. at 80c, 271 f at 60c 

Belief euille, L., labourer, 9 d. at $1, 8 at 90c ; Bellefeuille, P., labourer, 228| d. at $1 

Bellemare, Miss B., sewing, Feb.-Apl., 43 d. at $1 

Bellerose, Edouard, July-June : boilermaker, 25 d. at $1.40 ; helper, 271| d. at $1.25 

Bellerose, Rene, fitter, July-June, 26£ d. at $2, 129£ at $1.95, 152| at $1.85 . 

Benoit, Felix, labourer, 20 d. at$l ; Benoit, H., helper, 80| d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 8| d. at $1, 

12f atSOc ...... 

Benoit, Nap., Sept. -June : helper, 209^ d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 43 d. at $1 

Benoit, Toussaint, carpenter, July-Oct,, 71 d. at $1.60 

Berard, Chas., labourer, Dec, Feb.-Mar., 21£ d. at $1, 23i at 90c , 

Berard, Ernest, labourer, 2 d. at $1 ; Berard, Frs., helper, 87| d. at $1.15. . . . , 

Berard, Jos., carpenter, July-June, 174 d. at $1.60, 91 at $1.45 

Berard, Jos. W., carpenter, Oct. -Nov., 11 d. at $1.60, 14 at $1.45 

Berard, N. : carpenter, 23 d. at $1.40, 21| at $1.30 ; labourer, 5 d. at $1.15, 4| at $1 

Berard, Zenon : helper, 13 d. at $1 ; labourer, 60^ d. at $1 

Bergeron, E., labourer, 49| d. at $1 ; Bergeron, W., labourer, 1 d. at $1 

Bergeron, Nap., caulker, July-Apl., 126 d. at $1.50, 97^ at $1.35 

Bernard, Henri, helper, July-Sept., 69^ d. at $1 

Berthiaume, Nap., carpenter, July-June, 193^ d. at $1.60, 7H at $1.45 

Berthiaume, X., labourer, 19 d. at $1, 21 at 90c; Blais, H., labourer, 32^ d. at $1 

Bilodeau, Jean, carpenter, 82| d. at $2.50, 13 at $2.25, 38A at $1.60, 43 at $1.45 

Blais, C. B., labourer, July, April- June, 87| d. at $1 ; Blais, Z., labourer, 8 d. at $1 

Blais, C. R., labourer, July-June, 204 d. at $1, 75| at 90c 

Blais, Jos., labourer, 5| d. at $1 ; Blais, W., labourer, 19^ d. at $1 

Blette, Alb., helper, 34 d. at 80c; Blette, Arthur, labourer, 24 d. at $1, 32| at 90c 

Blette, G., labourer, 13£ d. at $1 ; Blette, Norbert, labourer, 20 d. at $1, 11 at 90c 

Blette, J., rivet heater, 23 d. at 60c; Blette, P., labourer, 11| d. at $1, 43 at 90c 

Blette, Philippe, helper, Nov.-April, 34J d. at $1.35, 62| at $1.25, 12 at $1.15 

Bonin, J. Bte., night foreman, July-June, 365 d. at $1.45. 

Bonin, Louis, patternmaker, July-June, 17i d. at $1.75, 273 at $1.60; carpenter, 13 d. at 

$1.60 ". , 

Bonin, Louis, fils, Feb. -June : patternmaker, 71 d. at $1 ; carpenter, 49| d. at $1 

Bonin, Ovide, boilermaker, Dec. -April, IOO5 d. at $1.45 ; helper, 26| d. at 50c 

Boisvert, Jos., boilermaker, Dec, Feb.-Mar., 56i d. at $1.45 

Bordeleau, N., helper, 9^ d. at $1.15 ; Bourdon, Jos., labourer, 20^ d. at $1 

Bosineau, Dosithe, carpenter, July-Oct., 84i d. at $2.50, 11^ at $2.25 

Bouchard, Adel., carpenter, July-April, 50 d. at $1.40, 45.\ at $1.20, $86^ at $1.15, 58£ at $1.05. 

Boucher, Alex., labourer, Dec-Mar., 79 d. at $1, 6 at 90c 

Boucher, Arthur : helper, 25^ d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 47£ d. at $1, 8 at 90c , 

Boucher, Geo., fitter, July-June, 282^ d. at $2.60 , 

Boucher, Godfroi, blacksmith, July- June, 11^ d. at $2 30, 110J; at $2, 171| at $1.75 

Boudreault, Thos., carpenter, July-June, 239 d. at $1.75 

Boutin, Alfred, carpenter, July-Oct., 85| d. at $2.50, 10 at $2.25 

Braconnier, Alfred, rivet heater, June, 23 d. at 60c 

Braconnier, Arthur, rivet heater, July- June, 26 d. at 80c, 248j at 60c 

Braconnier, John, foreman, July June, 326| d. at $3 

Brault, Samuel, Jan. -April : boilermaker, 64^ d. at $1.45 ; helper, 8 d. at $1.15 



Carried forward 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-37 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Shops at Sorcl— Continued. 

Breton, Eugene, carpenter, July-Oct. , 86i d. at $2l 60, 11$ at $2.25 

Brien, Ferd., carpenter, July-Oct., 83£ d. at $2.50, 12^ at $2.25 , 

Brodeur, Pierre, carpenter, July- June, 179^ d. at $1.75, 103 at $1.55 

Brodeur, Upton, carpenter, No v. -June, 97 d. at $1.45, 00^ at $1.25 

Brooks, Alphonse, labourer, Dec. -Jan., 8 d. at $1, 8} at 90c 

Cantin, Alphonse, carpenter, July-Oct., 85£ d. at $2.50, 13 at $2.25 

Cardin, Arthur, labourer, 26£ d. at $1 ; Cardiu, J., labourer, 32^ d. at $1, 48 at 90c 

Cardin, Delphis, labourer, July- Juno, 97 d. at $1.15, 11 at $1.05, G8 at $1, 91£ at 90c 

Cardin. Jos. (fils), labourer, 8£ d. at $1 ; Cardin, Jos. (fils Ls.), labourer, 7£ d. at $1, 11 at 90c 

Cardin, Jos. (fils X.), labourer, Dec. -Jan. -Mar., 22£ d. at $1, 7 at 90c 

Cardin, Napoleon, carpenter, July-June, 182^ d. at $1.60, 97 at $1.45 

Cardin, Nap. (tils.), labourer, 21} d. at $1 ; Cardin, Noel, labourer, 80 d. at $1 

Cardin, Narcisse, July-June : patternmaker, 13 d. at $1.75, 25 at $1.G0 ; carpenter, 148} d. at 

$1.G0, 96 at $1.45 

Cardin, Paul, labourer, 32} d. at $1.30, 40 at $1.15 ; helper, 414 d. at 90c, 100 at 60c. 

Cardin, Pierre, carpenter, Feb.-June, 10H d. at $1.60, 4 at $1.45 

Carleton, Frs., helper, 13 d. at $1.15 : Cartier, Jos., helper, 31^ d. at $1.15 

Carpentier, Chas., boilermaker, July- June, 297i d. at $2 

Carpentier, Henri, rivet heater, Jan. -June, 1384 d. at 60c 

Carrier, Arthur, carpenter, July-Oct., 81£ d. at"$2.50, 11} at $2.25 

Casaubon, Wilfrid, fitter, July-May, 119£ d. at $1.50, 146£ at $1.45 

Cayer, Adelard, labourer, Sept. - Apl., 100 d. at $1, 56 at 90c 

Chaniberland, Louis, labourer, Jan. -Mar., 5 d. at $1, 361; at 90c 

Chamberland, Victor, labourer, Dec. -Apl, 23^ d. at $1. 15, 57 at $1, 8 at 90c 

Champagne, Alfred, boilermaker, May- June, 50^ d. at $1.45 

Champagne, Camille, labourer, Sept. -June, 183} d. at $1, 74 at 90c 

Champagne, Cuthbert, July-June, 191| d. at $1.75, 105 at $1.55 

Champagne, Desire, July-June : timekeeper, 11| m. at $75 ; storekeeper, \ m. at $75 

Champagne, Edouard, helper, 10 d. at $1.15 ; Champagne, Elie, fils, labourer, 8| d. at $1 

Champagne, Elie : helper, 18 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 119^ d. at $1, 110} at 90c 

Champagne. Elph., labourer, Sg d. at $1 ; Champagne, Emile, labourer, 13 d. at $1 

Champagne, Frs. : helper, 13 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 93} d. at $1, 07} at 90c 

Champagne, Henri, labourer, Dec-Apl., 45| d. at $1, 45§ at 90c 

Champagne, Jos., July-June : painter, 17H d. at $1.40 ; borer, 97f d. at $1.25 

Champagne, Jos., labourer, Dec. -June, 30^d. at $1.50, 112 at $1, 36| at 90c 

Champagne, Jos. R., labourer, 8^ d. at $1 ; Champagne, Pierre, fils, labourer, 32| d. at 90c. . 

Champagne, Oscar, July-June, carpenter, 121| d. at $1 .75, 285 at $1.60 

Champagne, Pierre, July-June : borer, 102$ d. at $1.15, 48£ at $1.05, 36| at $1, 59^ at 90c; 

labourer, 55^ d. at $1 

Champagne, Pierre R., labourer, 46.7 d. at $1, 12 at 90c 

Champagne, Theo.: boilermaker, 2\\ d. at $1.60, 108} at $1.45 ; labourer, 29^ d. at $1.50. . . . 
Champagne, Thos., July-Jan., May-June : watchman, 200 d at $1.45 ; labourer, 34 d. at $1. 
Champagne, Thos. fils : helper, 11 d. at $1.25, 5 at $1.15 ; labourer, 77£ d. at $1, 17 at 90c. . . 

Champagne, Zenon, labourer, Dec-May, 44$ d. at $1, 62| at 90c 

Chandonnet, Jos., labourer, 6 d. at $1 ; Chapdelaine, Jos., labourer, 57 d. at $1, 10^ at 90c... 

Chapdelaine, L., labourer, 9} d. at $1 ; Chapdelaine, W., helper, 50 d. at $1.15 

Charbonneau, Alfred : boilermaker, 26 d. at $1.45 ; helper, 153} d. at $1.15 

Charbonneau, Euclide, steamfitter, 6| d. at 80c; Charbonneau, P., labourer, 29£ d. at $1 

Charron, Noe, labourer, Dec. -Mar., 59 d. at $1, 22£ d. at 90c . . 

Chateauvert, Simeon, blacksmith, July- June, 298^ d. at $3 

Chateauvert, Zeph., blacksmith, July-Dec, 1594 d. at $2.30 

Chevalier, Antoine : fitter, 24j d. at $1 .25 ; labourer, 59| d. at $1 .25 

Chevalier, Arsene, helper, 12 d. at $1.15 ; Chevalier, J.-Bte., labourer, 50^ d, at $1, 8 at 90c 
Chevalier, Ernest, labourer, 29} d. at $1 ; Chevalier, Nap. N., labourer, 13| d. at $1, 31 at 90c 

Chevalier, Jos., labourer, 104} d. at $1, 17 at 90c 

Chevalier, Nap.: helper, 25 d. at $1 .15 ; labourer, 25^ d. at $1, 60 at 90c 

Chevalier, Pierre, b.s. helper, July- June, 2914 d. at $1 . 40 

Charrettp, Philippe, boilermaker, 25 d. at $1.45 ; Chevrier, Art., labourer, 18 d. at $1 

Clu'vrier,Eugene,labourer,13}d.at$l,llfat90c; Chevrier,P.,labourer,8|d.at$1.50,ll±at$1.40 
Chfivrier, Raphael : carpenter, 3 d. at $1.45 ; labourer, 26 d. at $1.50, 11 £ at $1.25, 1 at $1.15, 

234 at $1.05 

Chevrier, Thadee, carpenter, July- June, 191$ d. at $1.45; 80f at $1.30, 24 at $1.25 

Chevrier, Thadee, fils : boilermaker, 27} at $1 .45 ; helper, 109$ d. at $1 .15 

Chretien, John, helper, 132 d. at $1.15 ; Chretien, Nap., helper, 94 d. at $1.15 

Clement, Adjutor, Feb.-May : fitter, 26 d. at $1.30, 16$ at si .15 ; helper, 25 d. at $1.15 

Clement, Alderic, carpenter, July-June. 205} d. at $1.60, 110$ at $L.45 

Clement, Chas.: helper, 110} d. at $1 ; labourer, 166$ d. at $1,"31| at 90c 

Clement, Edouard, boilermaker, July- June, 27 h, d. at $1 .60, 264 at $1 .15 

Collette, Jos., Dec- June : painter, 57} d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 37 d. at $1, 40} at 90c 

Comtois, Edmund, carpenter, July- June, 187 d. at $1.60, 89^ at $1.45 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
22,920 41 



242 12 
237 44 
474 17 
216 25 

15 42 

243 00 
102 70 
273 44 

25 90 

29 05 

432 63 

101 25 

439 14 

185 26 

168 20 

51 17 

595 50 

83 10 

229 05 

391 66 

150 39 

37 62 

91 22 

73 22 

249 85 

497 83 

900 00 

20 00 
239 42 

21 50 
168 72 

86 44 
362 28 
190 82 

37 75 
669 05 

314 56 

57 30 

235 60 

324 00 

112 30 

100 96 

72 45 

66 74 

213 94 

34 90 

79 25 

895 50 

366 84 

105 61 

71 50 

70 90 

119 55 

108 25 

408 10 

54 25 

53 04 

83 54 
412 62 
165 42 
162 70 

81 51 
488 62 
305 32 
426 76 
144 78 
429 33 



37,825 12 



V-38 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Snip Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward 

Shops at Sorel — Continued. 



Comtois, John, boilermaker, Jan. -Mar. 55 d. at$1.45 

Cormier, Pierre, carpenter, 71 d. at $1 . 60, 8l£ at $1 . 50, 28 at $1 . 35 

Coskey, Louis, patternmaker, Jnly-June, 256| d. at $2.30, 53 at $2.75 

Cosky, Nap., draughtsman, July- June, 261| d. at $1 . 50, 37^ at $1 . 25 . 

Cosky, Romeo, helper, July- June, 21 d. at $1', 234i at 75c, 30J at 60c , 

Cotenoir, Andre, carpenter, Oct. -April, 12^ d. at $1 . 45, 86 at $1 . 25 

Courchene, Alcide, bolt cutter, July-June, 26£ d. at $1.35, 280^ at $1.25 

Courchene, Ls., carpenter, 11^ d. at $1.60 ; Courchene, T. labourer, 8 d. at $1 

Courchene, Toussaint, carpenter, July-June, 170 d. at $1.60, 100 at $1.45 

Cournoyer, Adel.: helper, 3| d. at $1; labourer, 13 d. at $1; Cournoyer, Art., helper, 17 

d. at $1.15 .. 

Cournoyer, Alphonse, caulker, Ju^y-June, 176£ d. at $1.50, 67| at $1.35 

Cournoyer, Bruno, labourer, July- June, 134^ d. at $1.40, 149^ at $1.25 

Cournoyer, Bruno, (St. Anne), helper, 13 d. at $1.15; Cournoyer, Jos., pere, labourer, 54, 

d. at $1 

Cournoyer, Chas., labourer, July-Nov., Mar. -June, 192| d. at $1, 19| d. at 90c 

Cournoyer, Geo., labourer, Jan. -Mar., 35^ d. at $1.15, 13| d. at $1, 1.0 d. at 90c 

Oornoyer, Hormidas : helper, June, 23 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 45f d. at $1 

Cournoyer, Jean-Bte.: boilermaker, 265 d. at $1.45 ; blacksmith, 13 d. at $1.45 

Cournoyer, Jos., July-June : painter, 89|d. at $1.40, 96^ d. at $1.25, 4 d. at $1.1 2i ; labourer, 

7 d. at $L15, 94i d. at $1.05 

Cournoyer, Louis, July-Nov., Feb. -June: helper, 32| d. at $1.15; labourer, 180| d. at $1, 

6- d at 90c 

Cournoyer, Michael, labourer,' 8 4'd. at $1.15, Id. at $1.05, 18£ d. at'$i' ...„.."..........." 

Cournoyer, Nap., labourer, 43 d. at $1 ; Cournoyer, Nap., fils, labourer, 26^ d. at $1 

Cournoyer, Narcisse, carpenter, July-June, 194J d. at $2, 104 d. at $1.80 

Cournoyer, Narcisse, labourer, 101 d. at $1, 12^ d. at 90c 

Cournoyer, Paul, labourer, 37 d. at $1.15, 4.0| d. at $1.05, 94! at $1, 57f d. at 90c 

Cournoyer, Paul, fils, helper, 8| d. at $1.15 ; Cournoyer, P., fils, helper, 18 d. at $1.15. .:.... 

Cournoyer, Pierre, borer, July- June, 184| d. at $1.15, 101| at $1.05 

Cournoyer, Pierre, labourer, July-Nov., Mar.- June, 194| d. at $1, 113| d. at 90c 

Cournoyer, PI., fils Ad., helper, 13 d. at $1.15 ; Cournoyer, Ph., helper, 13 d. at $1.15 

Cournoyer, Toussaint, labourer, 5£ d. at $1 ; Couter, J.-Bte., boilermaker, 172 d. at $1.45. . . 

Coutourier, Jos., caulker, Oct. -June, 101^ d. at $1.50, 85^ d. at $1.35 

Couturier, Jos., labourer, 264, d. at $1, 3£ d. at 90c; Craigaie, Wm., fitter, 7 d. at $1.25 

Creto Ed., labourer, 7% i. at $1 ; Croteau, E., electrician, 6 d. at $2.75 

Daigle, Antoine, carpenter, July -June, 98| d. at $1.40. 85^ d. at $1.30, 100f at $1.20 

Daigle, Romeo, labourer, 10 d. at $1 ; Dansereau, Jos., labourer, 14^ d. at $1 

Dansereau, Alex., carpenter, Mar. -June, 73i d. at $1.60, 12i d. at $1.50 



Dauphinais, J.-Bte., carpenter, Dec-Apl., 51^ d. at $1.60, 43i d. at $1.45 

Dauphinais, Ls., labourer, 25^ d. at $1.75; Dauphinais, N., foreman, 23^ d. at $1.75, 3d. 

at $1.55 

Davignon, Jos., labourer, Dec -Mar., 87^ d. at $1, 6 d. at 90c 

Deblois, Jos., boilermaker, 25J d. at $1.45 ; Deblois, Arthur, labourer, 4 d. at 90c 

Deblois, Jos. (Pere), labourer, 97 d. at $1, 20 at 90c 

Deblois, Molse : labourer, 65| d. at $1 ; boilermaker, 25 d. at $1.45 

Dechene, M., July-June : painter, 193| d. at $1.50, 89^ days at $1.35 ; labourer, 16| d. at 90c 

Degrosbois, Tancrede, fitter, July- June, 310^ d. at $2.30 

Demers, Nap., labourer, July- June, 191^ d. at $1, 100 d. at 90c , 

Denis, Adelard, helper, July-June, 24 d. at $1.20, 258 d. at $1 

Denis, Chas., boilermaker, July-Jan., Apl.-June, 244^ d. at $1.75 

Denis, Chas., fils, labourer, Jany-June, 73.^ d. at $1, 31| d. at 90c 

Denis, Frangais, labourer, Dec-Apl., 12 d. at $1, 54| d. at 90c 

Denis, Henri, boilermaker, July, Nov. -June, 24 d. at $2, 170 d. at $1.45 

Denis, Joseoh, patternmaker, Feby.-Mar., 22 d. at $1.75 

Denis, John : boilermaker, 25 d. at $1.45 ; labourer, 102£ d. at $1, 60f d. at 90c 

Denis, Ones., Nov. -June : boilermaker, 132 d. at $1.45 ; helper, 51 d. at $1.15 

Deschamps, Jos., Oct. -June: helper, 127| d. at $1.35 ; labourer, 634; d. at $1.15, 8 d. at $1, 

20 at 90c 

Dfcsjardins, Edw. : boilermaker, 25 d. at $1.45 ; labourer, 49J at 90c, 

Deslaurier, Jos., labourer, Dec-Mar., 18£ d. at $1, 44£ at 90c 

Desnoyers, Frs., carpenter, July- June, 176^ d. at $1.60, 97£ at $1.45 

Desorcy, Adelard, labourer, 72| d. at $1, 575 at 90c 

Desorcy, Zotique, labourer, July- June, 130f d. at $1, 51 1 at 90c 

Desrosiers, Antheme, carpenter, July- June, 395| d. at $2 , 

Desrosiers, Narcisse, labourer, April- June, 45| d. at $1 

Desrosiers, Wm., carpenter, 86 d. at $2.50, 13^ at $2.25, 95| at $1.60, 83^ at $1.45 

Dessert, Albert, carpenter, July-June, 98^ at $1.60, 68 at $1.40, 45 at $1.45, 59 at $1.25 .... 

Dessert, Leon, helper, Ju,ty- June, 279^ d. at $1, 14 at 80c 

Dorion, Albert, labourer, July-June, 154£ d. at $1.50, 162J at $1 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 
37,825 12 



79 75 
273 26 
735 12 
439 49 
218 01 
125 62 
385 98 

26 40 
416 99 

36 30 
355 13 
374 81 

20 20 

210 30 

63 32 

72 20 

403 07 

357 67 

224 01 
116 46 

69 50 
576 20 
112 25 
231 02 

30 76 
318 46 
297 12 

29 90 
254 63 
267 31 

37 92 

23 75 
370 29 

24 50 
135 95 
145 47 

90 39 

92 90 

40 57 

115 00 

101 75 
420 49 
714 13 
281 24 
286 80 
427 86 

102 07 
61 27 

294 47 

38 50 
193 17 
250 03 

271 16 

80 80 
58 32 
423 40 
124 72 
177 32 
790 50 
45 75 
519 24 
391 78 
290 70 
393 87 

52,768 44 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: BX n:\DITVRB 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-39 



St. Lawrence Ship Cliamiel — Continued. 



Ct8. 



52, 70S 44 



Brought forward 

Shops at Sord— Continued. 

Douaire, Wm., rivet heater, Sept-June, 25 d. at 80c., 171f at 00c 

Dounais, Jos., helper, 20 d. at §1 ; Dragon, Adrien, labourer, 5i d. at §1 

Dounais, Paul, Aug. -June: carpenter, 99£d. at $1.30 ; labour, 4d. at $1.15, 56£ at$l, 63 at 90c 
Drolet, Elzear, July- June : patternmaker, 10 d. at $1.75, 12 at $1.00 ; carpenter, 2694, d. at 

$1.60 

Drolet, Henri, laDourer, Sept.- April, 58 d. at $1, 8G d. at 90c 

Drolet, Jos., carpenter, July- June, 136} d. at $1.G0, 95 J d. at $1.45 

Drolet, Louis, carpenter, July-June, 1994 d. at $1.45, 103 at $1.30 

Dubeau, Nap., carpenter, July-June, 162"} d. at $1.60, 103£ at $1.45 

Dubois, Arthur, July-June : painter, 180} d. at $1.40, 03} at $1.25 ; labourer, 28^ d. at 90c 

Dubois, Leo, painter, 761 d. at 80c; Ducharme, Albert, helper, 174, d. at 80c 

Dubois, Pierre, painter, July- June, 186} d. at $1.50, 45 at $1.35 

Ducap, Geo., blacksmith, July-June, 298 d. at $1.75 

Ducharme, Alex.: helper, July-Nov., 1234 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 13 d. at $1 

Ducharme, Alfred, labourer, July- June, 184} d. at $1.15, 97 at $1.05 

Ducharme, Aristide, labourer, July-Aug., Dec.-Jany., 464, d. at $1, 8 at 90c 

Ducharme, Colbert, labourer, 11 34 d. at SI, 62} at 90e 

Ducharme, Ed., labourer, 124, d. at $1 ; Ducharme, Frs., labourer, 121 d. at $1, 1034, at 90c. 

Ducharme, Geo., labourer, Dec. -Mar., 72} d. at $1, 6 at 90c 

Ducharme, Oct., painter, 21 d. at $1.25 ; Dunias, Hector, helper, 654, d. at 50c 

Ducharme, Philippe, Oct.-April : blacksmith, 74 d. at $1.50 ; helper, 49 d. at $1.15 

Duchene, Jeremie, carpenter, July-Feby., 99| d. at $1.50, 864, at $1.40, 424 at $1.35, 45f at 

$1.25, llf at $1.20 

Duhamel, Honorius, carpenter, July-June, 99^ d. at $1.40, 86 at $1.25, 43 at $1.20, 59$ i 

$1 124 

Dulac,' Aristide', carpenter, July-June,'i834 d. at $2," ic6} at $1.80 '. '.'.'.'..'..'.'...'..... 

Dumas, Geo.:helper, 13 d. at$1.15 ; lab'rer, 12 d. at $1.15, 684, at $1 : rivet heater, 13 d. at60c 

Dumas, Nap. : helper, 17 d. at $1 ; labourer, 254 d. at $1 , 11 at 90c 

Dumas, Wm., fitter : July-Oct,, 87} d. at $1.50 ; Jany.-Mar., 504, d. at $2.30 

Dupre, Donat, labourer, 25 d. at $1 ; Dupre, Jos., helper, 185 d. at $1.15 

Dupre, Pierre, labourer, 12 d. at $1, 50| at 90c; Durocher, A., labourer, 3d. at $1 

Dupuis, Olivier, fitter, July-June. 129} at $2.15, 139| at $2 

Duquette, Cyprien, carpenter, Aug. -June, 89 d. at $2.50, 12* at $2.25, 604, at $1.60, 174, at 

$1.45 

Durand, Mrs. E., carter, 25 d. at $3, 9 at $2, 53 J at $1 .75 

Durand, Hurcule, July-June: rivet heater, 25 d. at 80c, 2314 at 60c; labourer, 13 d. at $1 

Durand, Hercule : helper, 13 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 14 d. at $1 .15, 43| at $1, 74, at 90c 

Durand, Narcisse, labour, Sept. -June, 165§ d. at $1, 1074, at 90 

Emery, Henri, clerk, July- June, 12 m. at $75 

Ethier, Jos.: helper, 16| d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 21} d. at $1 

Ethier, Jos., fils, helper, 16^ d, at $1.15 ; Ethier, Nap., fils, helper, 13 d. at $1.15 

Ethier, Nap., labourer, July-ApL, 1391 d. at $1, 374, at 90c 

Ethier, Omer, labourer, 264, d. at $1 ; Ethier, Ones., fils, labourer, 54 d. at $1 

Ethier, Pierre, labourer, July- June, 170} at $1.15, 92} at $1.05, 12 at $1 

Ethier, Pierre, fils : helper, 11| d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 12 d. at $1 .15, 30 : | at $1 

Falardeau, Ls., labourer, 164. d. at $1 ; Falardeau, Leon, labourer, 20 d. at $1 

Ferland, Donat, boilermaker, 29 d. at $1.45 ; Eerland, Ls., boilermaker, 174, d. at $2 

Filteau, G., fitter, 374, d. at $1.15 ; Perron, Jos., helper, 5 d. at $1.15 

Eontigny, J., carter, 7fj d. at $2 ; Filamant, A., bricklaver, If d. at $3 

Forcier, Jos., July-Dec: caulker, 82 d. at $1.50, 19} at $1.35 ; labour, 64 d. at $1 

Forget, Alph., carpenter, Dec. -A pi., 414 d. at $1.45," 65 at $1.25 

Fournier, Ones, carpenter, July-Nov., 91 d. at $1 . 60, 34 at $1 . 45 . 

Frechette, E., labourer, 78} d. at $1, 74 at 90c; Frechette, H., labourer, 13 d. at $1 

Fregeau, Jos., labourer, 25 d. at SI, 8} at 90c; Fredette, H., labourer, Id. at $1 

Furoy, Arthur, labourer, Aug.-Oct., 53 d. at $1, 12 at 90c 

Galxmry, Hector, carpenter, July-June, 200^ d. at $1 .60, 104 at $1 .45 

. Achille, carpenter, July-June, 177f a. at $1 .60, 78 at $1.4.") 

Gagne, Arthur, carpenter, July-June, 135 d. ;>.t $1 .60, 102| at $1.45 

Ciagne, Jos., July-June, carpeater, 116f d. at -SI (JO, 88A d. at $1.45 ; borer, 33 d. at $1.15 

Gagne; Jos., borer, July- Nov., 76j d. at $1 . 15, I5f at si .05 

Gagne, Philippe, pere, carpenter, July- June, 1835 d. at $1.60, 91 if at $1.45 

GagntS Adel., helper, 19 d. at 81 ; Gagnon, Ily., helper, 13 d. at $1.15. 

Gagnon, John, carter, 1234, d. at $3, 195 at $2, 62 at $1.80, tt at $1.75 

Gailloux, Arthur, July- June : boilermaker, 125 d. at $1 .45 ; helper, 119} d. at $1 

Gailloux. Chas., boilermaker, Jv.4y-June, 240^ d. at $1.45 

gailloux, Chas., fils, labourer, July-June, 163} d. at $1, 102 at 90c 

Gailloux, Horace, helper, 32 d. a* 80c; Gallien, Cyrille, helper, 13 d. at $1 .15 

Garceau, Wm., helper, 18 d. at $1.15 ; Garneau, Seraph, labourer. 22 d. at $1 

Gaucher, Oscar, labourer, July-Apl., 45} d. at $1 .30, 62^ at $1 . 15. .. ... 

Gauthier, Alfred, carpenter, July- June, 108 d. $2, 84 at $1.85, 45 at $1.80, 614 at $1.65. .. 

Carried forward 68,313 05 



123 05 


25 50 


247 14 


478 40 


135 39 


356 83 


423 15 


409 31 


357 28 


75 00 


340 10 


521 49 


155 02 


313 68 


53 70 


169 52 


226 65 


77 65 


62 75 


167 35 


399 38 


365 67 


558 25 


105 05 


52 40 


247 01 


237 72 


60 67 


557 37 


372 79 


186 62 


171 90 


81 55 


262 49 


900 00 


40 51 


34 21 


173 49 


32 00 


304 62 


59 24 


36 50 


77 05 


48 87 


20 75 


155 49 


141 42 


194 90 


157 S4 


33 42 


63 80 


471 98 


397 49 


364 97 


315 12 


104 77 


427 01 


33 95 


874 72 


330 49 


349 05 


255 04 


40 55 


VI 70 


130 97 


553 86 



V-40 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 liDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Shops at Sorel — Continued. 

Gauthier, Arthur, boilermaker, July- June, 24 d. at $1 .60, 186 at $1 .45 

Gauthier, Edouard, steamfitter, July- June, 322£ d. at $2 , 

Gauthier, Ed., laborer, Aug., Mar. -June, 1054, d. at $1 

Gauthier, Elphege, labourer, 4 d. at $1 ; Gauthier, Naz., labourer, 50J d. at$l 

Gauthier, Hercule, carpenter, July- June, 183^ d. at $1.60, 98f at$1.45 , 

Gauthier, Horm., laborer, 9£ d. at $1 ; Gauthier, Phil., helper, 12 m., 293| d. at $1.75 , 

Gauthier, Jos., July- June : patternmaker, 16 d. at $2, 87£ at $1.75, 138 at $1.60 ; carpenter 

8 d. at $1.60 

Gauthier, Narcisse, carpenter, Sept. -June, 60 d. at $1.45, 86J at $1.35, 100f at $1.25 

Gauthier, Pierre, carpenter, July- June, 178^ d. at $1.60, 85^ at $1.45. .. : 

Gauthier, Zephirin, carpenter, July- June. 189^ d. at $1.60, 98| at $1.45 

Gendron, Alex., foreman, July- June, 188J d. at $3, 143| d. at $2.50 ; . 

Gendron, Alfred, carpenter, July- June, 176f d. at $1.50, 85i at $1.35 

Gendron, Arthur, carpenter, July-Apl., 108^ d. at $1.25, 82| at $1.12^ 

Gendron, Chas., carpenter, 44^ d. at $1.60, 44| at $1.45 

Gendron, Frs., boilermaker, Jan. .-Mar., 56| d. at $1.50, 5 at $1.45 

Gendron, Geo., Apl.-June : carpenter, 64£ d. at $1.60; helper, 17 d. at 80c 

Gendron, G., carpenter, 13 d. at $1.60 ; Gervais, Ed., labourer, 22^ d. at $1 

Gendron, Jos., carpenter, 83i d. at $2.50, 12| d. at $2.25, 73^ at $1.60 

Gendron, Leon, helper, July- June, 23 d. at 90c, 118| at 70c, 140£ at 60c 

Germain, Oscar, labourer, 14 d. at $1 ; Godeau, Clod., labourer, 28 d. at $1 

Gill, Gibbon, carpenter, July-Apl., 121| d. at $1 .60, 105 at $1 .45 

Girard, Jos., boilermaker, July-June, 25 d. at $2, 238J d. at $1.75 

Godette, Henri, carpenter, July-Apl., 121| d. at $1.40, 92| at $1.25 

Godin, Arthur, laborer, 40£ d. at $1, 12 at 90c; Godin, D., helper, 24 d. at $1.15 

Godin, Jos., labourer, Jan. -Mar., 42| d. at $1, 5 d. at 90c , 

Godin, Leandre, boilermaker, July- June, 289| d. at $1 . 45 

Godin, Pemi : carpenter, Mar., 26 d. at $1.60 ; labourer, Jany., 7 d. at $1.50 

Gouin, Arthur, labourer, 38^ d. at $1 ; Goulet, Alph., labourer, 5| d. at $1 

Goulet, Amedee, helper, July- June, 303^ d. at $1 , 

Goulet, Henri, labourer, Dec-Mar., 26 d. at $1, 22 at 90c „ 

Goulet, Leon, carpenter, July-Oct., 88 d. at $2 50, 12 at $2.25. 

Goulet, Louis, carpenter, July-Oct., 76^ d. at $2.50 , 

Goulet, Louis, rivet heater, May-June, 18 d. at 80c, 11 at 60c 

Gravel, Chas., July- June : carpenter, 186^ d. at $1.25, 13^ at $1.12i; patternmaker, 8 d. at 

$1.50, 25 d. at $1.25 , 

Grenier, Jos., carpenter, July- June, 178 d. at $1.60, 92 at $1.45 

Grenier, Omer, carpenter, July-Apl., 135| d. at $1.45, 144, at $1.30, 86 at $1 .25 

Grimard, Alcide, July- June : rivet heater, 12 d. at $1.15; labourer, 115g d. at $1.15, 87£ at 

$1.05, 48| at $1, 13£ at 90c , 

Grimard, Cyrille, June : helper, ll£ d. at $1.15 ; labourer, Sept., June, 18g d. at $1. 

Grimard, Philippe, painter, July-Sept., Feby.-Apl., 94 d. at $1.50, 5 at $1.35 

Grimard, Pierre, Dec -June : helper, 38^ d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 72 d. at $1, 25 at 90c 

Groleau, Glod., labourer, Aug. -Oct., 593 d. at $1, 18i at 90c 

Grondines, Chas., caulker, July-June, 185| d. at $1.50, 101^ at $1.35 

Grondines, Treffle, helper, July-June, 291 d. at $1.15 

Guertin, Alderic, labourer, Oct. -Dec, 13 d. at $1, 53^ at 90c 

Guertin, Chas. : helper, 24| d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 43 d. at $1, 54^ at 90c 

Guertin, E., helper, 6^ d. at $1.15 ; Guertin, Jos., Labourer, 125 d. at $1, 34J at 90c 



Guertin, Jos., fireman, 7 d. at $1.25 ; Guevremont, Ls. (pere), helper, 13 d. at $1.15 

Guertin, Oct., labourer, July-June, 138£ d. at $1.25, 139| at $1.15, 38? at $1.124 

Guertin, Vincent, carpenter, July-June, 177^ d. at $1.40, 100 at $1.25 , 

Guertin, Zotique, labourer, Sept. -June, 140 d. at $1, 91^ at 90c 

Guevremont, Alfred, labourer, 9 d. at $1 ; Guevremont, E., helper, 13 d. at $1.15 

Guevremont, G., helper, 6 d. at $1.15; Guevremont, H., labourer, 56 d. at $1, 14f d. at 90c. . 
Guevremont, Jos., July-Apl.: boilermaker, 66 d. at $1'.45 ; helper, 82£ d. at $1.15; labourer, 

47i d. at $1 

Guevremont, Jos., helper, 12 d. at 50c; Guevremont, Ls., labourer, 2l£ d. at $1 

Guevremont, Ones., labourer, Oct. -Jan., 124; d. at $1, 51 at 90c 

Guilbault, Adel.: patternmaker, 11 d. at $1.75; bricklayer, 2 d. at $1.60; carpenter, 24^ 

d. at $1.60 , 

Guilbault, Alfred, labourer, Jan. -Mar., 54 d. at $1 , 

Guilbault, Ed., helper, Aug. -June, 24 d. at 80c, 118^ at 65c, 107^ at 60c 

Guilbault, Emile, fitter, July- June, 305^ d. at $2.30 

Guilbault, Geo., carpenter, July- June, 63^ d. at $1.50, 42 at $1.35, 77i at $1.30, 57i at $1.20 . 

Guilbault, Jos. J., labourer, July-Apl., 115^ d. at $1, 69^ at 90c 

Guilbault, Jos. (pere), labourer, Jan. -Mar., 12 d. at $1, 3 1^ at 90c 

Guilbault, Jos., (fils), labourer, 10£ d. at $1 ; Guilbault, M., helper, 8^ h. at 25c 

Guilbault, J. Bte., sundry, $1.63; Guilbault, Wm., labourer, 1\ d. at $1; Guimard, C, 

labourer, 26^ d. at $1 



Carried forward , 



$ cts. 
68,313 05 



82,852 81 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-41 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— CW inued. 



Brought forward. 



Shops at Sorcl — Continued. 

Hamel, A. J., clerk, Apl.-June, 3 in. at $50 ; Hanley, W., helper, 55 d. at $1 

Hamel, Eph., caulker, Jan.-Apl., 31| d. at $1.50, 32^ at $1.35 

Hardy, L. P., carpenter. 0.^ d. at $1.50 ; Hervieux, H., helj)er, 11| d. at $1.25 

Harpin, Nap., carpenter, July-June, 258 d. at $1.00, 74 at $1.45 

Harpin, Philippe, boilermaker. July- June, 25 d. at $1.00, 204 at $1.45 

llayden, John, helper, July-June, 290 d. at $1.15 

Henault, Victor : helper, 0^ d. at $1 15 ; labourer, 24^ d. at $1, 11 at 90c 

Heynemand, Ed., carpenter, Feb. -June, 9G£ d. at $1.00, 5 at $1.45 

Hogue, Donat, titter, July-June, 297| d. at $1.45 ; Heroux, J., labourer, l<j d. at $1 

Hubert, W., helper, 13 d. at $1 ; Ueslan, Jos., labourer, 1\ d. at $1 

Huard, Robert, carpenter, 1874 d. at SI. 00, 99| at $1.45 

Hurteau, Adelard, labourer, Mar.-Apl., 34£ d. at $1 

Hurteau, Damase, Mar.-June : helper, 24^ d. at $1.15 ; helper and labourer, 644; d. at $1 ... 
Hurteau, Pierre, July-June: boilermaker,"' 18J d. at $1.25; blacksmith, G2£ d. at $1.50, 205^ 

at $1.25 ... 

Jeanmarie, Adel., carpenter, July-June, 154£ d. at $1 .50, 93i at $1.35 

Jeanmarie, Edouard : caulker, 32 d. at $1.50, 11 d. at $1.35; carpenter, 90J d. at $1.50, 92 

at $1.35 

Jeanmarie, Telesphore, July-June: caulker, 22^ d. at $1 .50, 12A at $1.35 ; carpenter, 153£ d. 

at $1.50, 91 at $1.35 

Jenkins, John, carpenter, July-Oct., 84^ d. at $2.50, llf at $2.25 

Joly, Albert, labourer, 4| d. at $1 ; Jette, E., labourer, 8 d. at $1 '...... 

Joly, Arthur, July-June : boilermaker, 24i d. at $1.25 ; helper, 177 d. at $1, 53£ d. at 80c. . . 

Joly Cyrille : helper, 12 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 5 d. at $1.15, 90^ d. at $1 

Joly, Edouard, July-June : helper, 198f d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 2 d. at $1 .15, 40^ at $1 

Joly, Ed., carpenter, Oct. -June, 100^ d. at $1.45, 88^ at $1.25, 4 at $1.12^ 

Joly, Edmond, labourer, 20| d. at $1 ; Joly, Frs., labourer, 76£ d. at $1, 19 at 90c 

Joly, Frs., (Sorel) Aug. -June : painter, 68 j d. at $1.40, 13 at $1.25 ; labourer, 38J d. at $1, 

83:^ at 90c 

Joly, Frs., (St. Joseph) labourer, Dec. -Jan., 12 d. at $1, 8^ at 90c 

Joly, Hector, helper, J uly-June, 303 d. at $1 . 55 

Joly, Hercule, labourer, March-April, 50 d, at $1 , 11 d. at 90c 

Joly, Hormidas, labourer, Aug.-Oct., Mar.-June, 148 d. at $1 

Joly, J. Bte., labourer, Dec.-Apl., 60i d. at $1, 65£ at 90c , 

Joly, Narcisse, carpenter, Dec.-Apl., 3H d. at $1 .60, 84^ at $1.45 

Joly, Onesime, helper, July-June, 251j d. at $2.30 . , 

Joly, Onesime, labourer, Feb. -June, 90^ d. at $1, 27>\ at 90c 

Joly, Patrice, July- June : boilermaker, 30^ d. at $1.45 ; helper, 04 d. at $1 .35, 137 at $1.15. . 

Joly, Prosper, July-June : carter, 9 d. at $*2 ; carpenter, 140 d. at $1.00, 122^ at $1.45 

Joiibert, Adolphe, labourer, Dec. -Mar., 23£ d. at §1, 59£ at, 90c 

Julien, Treffle, carpenter, Nov. -June, 98} d. at $1 .00, 70 at $1.45 

Jussaume, Simeon, labourer, Nov.-Apl., 42^ d. at $1, 50^ at 90c 

Kane, Adel., labourer, 50 d. at $1, 1% at 90c. ; Kane, Ed., helper, 18 d. at $1.15 

Kane, Geo., helper, 26 d. at $1.15, labourer, 12 d. at $1 ; Kane, John, labourer, 12 d. at 

$1, 6 at 90c 

Kane, John, painter, July-Oct., Mar.-June, 180 d. at $1.25, 4 at $1.12^ 

Kane, Joseph, painter, Mar.-June, 885 d. at $1 . 40 

Kane, Michael, labourer, Sept.- June, 141^ d . at $1, 75 at 90c , 

Kane, Win., boilermaker, July- June, 275^ d. at $1 .45, 25 at $1 .60 

Labossier, Alfred, labourer, Dec- June, 102 d. at $1, OO5 at 90c , 

Labossier, Chas., carpenter, July- June, 230i d. at $1 .75, 01^ at $1.55 

Lebrecque, Hosanna, caulker, 105 d. at $1 . 50, 4H at $1 .35 

Lebrecque, Jos., caulker, Feb.-Apl., 274 d. at $1.50, 16£ at $1.35 

Lacombe, Alfred, helper, 52 d. at $1.15 ; Lacombe, Ed., helper, 31 d. at $1.15 

Lacombe, Louis, Oct.-June : boilermaker, and helper, 20 d. at $1.25, helper, 193:2 d. at $1.15. 

Ladebauche, Benj., foreman labourer, Dec-Mar., 24^ d. at $1 .75, 58^ at $1.55 

Ladebauche, Emile, fitter, Jan.-Mar., 49* d. at $2.30 

Ladebauche, Leonidas, carpenter, July-June, 99^ d. at $1.45, 81^ at $1.35, 66^ at $1.25.. 

Laflamme, Albert, May-June : helper, 14 d. at $1.15 ; labouier, 35 d. at $1 . . . 

'Laflamme, Jos., blacksmith, July-June, 212^ d. at $1 .75, 9 I.j at $1.00 

Latleur, Ovila, labourer, Jan. -June, 82 d. at $1, 33.^ at 90c 

Lafontaine, Samuel, labourer, Jan. -April, 19 d. at $1, 30 at 90c 

Laforest, Kdw., labourer, 39 d. at $1 ; Laforest, Jos. (fils.,) helper, 23 d. at $1.15 

Laforest, John, caulker, July-June, 194^ d. at $1 .50, 103.'. at $1.35 

Laforest, Jos., caulker, July-June, 1844, d. at $1 .50, 102 at $1 .35 

Laforest, Ls., Mar. -April : painter, 18. 1 ; d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 18.i' d. at $1 

Laforest, Ls., helper, 25 d. at $1.15 ; Laforest, Zenon, rivet heater, 20 d. at 80c 

Laforest, Zotique : helper, 13 d. at $1 .15 ; labourer, 12 d. at $1.15, 9 at $1 

Laforgej Aug., helper, 12£ d. at $1.45, 11^ at $1.15; Lambert, G., helper, 13 d. at $1.15, 6f 
at $1 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 
82,852 81 



205 00 

91 49 
24 44 

520 09 
422 74 
333 49 

41 87 
161 65 
432 84 

15 25 
443 49 

34 25 

92 42 

373 42 

357 58 

322 78 

404 08 
237 09 
12 25 
250 42 
110 05 
271 58 
260 52 
113 85 

225 92 
19 65 
469 61 
59 90 
148 00 
119 44 
172 91 
577 87 
117 90 
288 14 
429 21 

76 57 
267 39 

87 72 

77 67 

59 30 

229 48 

124 25 

209 25 

439 09 

101 84 

503 32 

213 50 

63 14 

95 44 

255 29 

134 37 

113 85 

337 08 

51 10 

523 09 

112 15 

45 9!) 

65 45 

431 83 

414 00 

41 87 

4!) 55 

37 75 

53 04 



96,2S9 03 



V-42 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Shops at Sorel— Continued. 

Laforge, Jos., carpenter, 169| d. at $1.45, 114 at $1 . 30, 104 at $1 . 25 

Lafreniere, Alfred, labourer, Nov. -April, 574 d. at $1, 73£ at 90c 

Lafreniere, Barnabe, boilermaker, July- June, 27 d. at $1.60, 271£ at $1.45 

Lafreniere, Ernest, July- June : painter, 184^ d. at $1.40, 57 at $1.2£ ; labourer, 63| d. at 90c 

Lafreniere, Oct., painter, July- June, 944 d. at $1.50, 106 at $1.40, 94 at $1.25 

Lalonde, Alfred, storekeeper, July- June, 12 m. at $75 

Lambert, H., caulker, Dec. -June, 93| d. at $1.50, 52f at $1.35 

Lambert, Ones., caulker, July-Nov., 68f d. at $1.50, 33| at $1.35 

Lamontagne, Nyrcisse, Dec. -April : boilermaker, 77 d. at $1.45 ; helper, 17 d. at $1.15 

Lamothe, Dosithe, March- June : carpenter, 344 d. at $1.50 : helper, 36| d. at $1.15 

Lamothe, H., carter, 994 d. at $2 ; Lamothe, O., carter, 1194 d. at $2, 254 at $1 . 80 

Lamothe, Pierre, helper, 24 d. at $1.15 ; Lanciau, N., labourer, 50 d. at 90c 

Lamothe, Wm, driller, July. June, 274 d. at $1.50, 291| at $1.40 

Lamoureux, Albert, labourer, Jan. -April, 234 d. at $1.15, 314; at $1, 8 at 90 : 

Lamoureux, Louis, patternmaker, July- June, 16 d. at $1.75, 2674 at $1.60 

Lamoureux, Nap., blacksmith, July- June, 308£ d. at $2, 134 at $1.75. : ... 

Lamoureux, Omer, boilermaker, July -June, 224 d. at $1.60, 224i at $1.45 

Lanciau, Frs. , carpenter, July- June, 1834 d. at $1 . 60, 88£ at $1 . 45 

Landry, Jos., carpenter, July- June, 188f d. at $1.60, 1024 at $1.45 

Lange, Felix, carpenter, July- April, 128J d. at $1 . 60, 10l£ at $1 . 45 

Lange, Jos. , watchman, July- June, 358 d. at $1 . 45 

Langiere, Geo., carpenter, July- June, 91^ d. at $1.60, 89£ at $1.45, 64^ at $1.30 

Langlade, Arthur, fitter, July -June, 294 d. at $2.50, 26£ at $2.75 

Langlade, Jos., carpenter, July-June, 184| d. at $1.60, 101 at $1.45 

Langlade, Maxime, caulker, Mar. -June, 644 d. at $1.50 

Langlade, Thos., helper, July-June, 2884 d. at $1.15 

Lanthier, Ludger, plumber and fitter, Mar- June, 123 d. at $1.65 

Laperle, Elie, carpenter, July-Dec, 90 d. at $1.40, 41f at $1.25 « 

Laperle, Philippe, July- June : boilermaker, 254 d. at $1.45 ; helper, 262 d. at $1 

Lapointe, Ls., helper, 224 d. at $1.15 ; Lapointe, Wm., helper, 17 d. at $1.15 

Laprade, Arthur, labourer, Mar. -June, 99$ d. at $1 

Laprade, Gilbert, labourer, Dec. -Mar., 404 d. at $1, 25| at 90c 

Laprade, Pierre : carter, 15| d. at $2 ; labourer, 84| d. at $1 

Lariviere, Edmond, blacksmith, July-June, 1754 d. at $1.65, 84i at $1.50 

Lariviere, Pierre, carpenter, Oct. -June, 143 d. at $1.60, 109 at $1.45 

Laroche, Nap. : helper, 16| d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 264 d. at $1 

Larochelle, Pierre, carter, 21* d. at $3, 16f at $2 

Larosee, Pierre, carpenter, July-Apl., 1224 d. at $1.40 , 994; at $1.25 

Laiue, Antoine, labourer, 37| d. at $1 ; Latour, E., labourer, 52J d. at $1 

Latour, Jos. : helper, 26 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 214 at $1, 39 at 90c 

Latour, Nap., labourer, 304 d. at $1 ; Latreverse, U., labourer, 9* d. at $1, 12 at 90c 

Latour, Xavier, July-June : helper, 2734 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 13 d. at $1.. 

Latraverse, Narcisse, Dec- June : helper, 25 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 86 d. at $1, 234 at 90c- 

Latraverse, Olivier, carpenter, Nov. -June, 1024 d. at $1.60, 92 at $1.45 

Latreverse, Pierre, stableman, July-Dec, 4 025 m. at $40, \\ m. at $36 

Lavallee, Adel., fitter, July-Oct., Mar. -June, 61 d. at $1.75, 99 at $1.50 

Lavallee, Albert, helper, 48 d. at $1.15; Lavallee, A., labourer, 244 d. at $1, 48£ d. at 90c . . . 

Lavallee, Arthur, Dec -June : painter, 89 d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 13 d. at $1, 50| at 90c 

Lavallee, Chs., fireman, July-June, 369 d. at $1.45 

Lavallee, Edgard, helper, July-June, 2784 d. at 80c 

Lavallee, Henri, labourer, Dec. -June, 8I5 d. at $1, 49| at 90c , 

Lavallee, Henri (pere), labourer, 174 d. at $1, 36£ at 90c 

Lavallee, Henri (fils Chas.), helper, 23| d. at $1.15 ; Lavallee, J. B., 56£ d. at $1, 22£ at 90c. . 

Lavallee, J. Bte., carpenter, July-June, 1874 d. at $1.60, 97 at $1.45 

Lavallee, John, helper, July -June, 2654 d. at $1 .15 

Lavallee, John : helper, 74 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 574 d. at $1, 29| at 90c 

Lavallee, John (Gros) labourer, Jany.-June, 1314; d. at $1 

Lavallee, Jos., carpenter. July- June. 109 d. at $1.60, 45 d. at $1.45, 824 at $1.40, 60 at $1.25.. 

Lavallee, Jos., labourer, Oct. -Dec, June, 64 d. at $1, 484 a t 90c 

Lavallee, Jos., labourer, Dec-Feb., 134 d. at $1, 194 at 90c 

Lavallee, Louis, boilermaker, Jan. -Mar., 58 d. at $1.45 

Lavallee, Louis (fils Nar.) helper, 174 d. at $1.15; Lavallee, W., b.s. helper, July-June,2144 

d. at $1.15 

Lavallee, Maxime, pumper, July- June, 307 d. at $1.15 

Lavallee, Nap., July-Apl. : boilermaker, 93J d. at $1.45 ; carpenter, 1074 d. at $1.45 

Lavallee, Narcisse, boilermaker, Oct.-Mar., 127$ d. at $1.50 

Larallee, P. A., carpenter, 51 d. at $1.40, 10 at $1.20; Leclair, Jos., helper, 20 d. at $1.15. . 

Lavallee, Theo.; carpenter, 17H d. at $1.60, 103* at $1.45 

Lavallee, Wm., July- June, helper, 11 d. at $1.15, 25 at 80c, 122 at 70c, 143J at 50c , 

Leclaire, Abraham, July-June : watchman, 25f d. at$1.45 ; labourer, 178$ d. at$l, 111 at 90c 

Carried forward 114,523 02 



$ cts. 



96.289 03 


273 47 


123 42 


436 50 


386 91 


407 65 


900 00 


211 82 


148 67 


131 18 


93 72 


483 90 


72 60 


449 70 


65 47 


456 00 


640 12 


361 50 


421 55 


450 61 


351 99 


519 10 


358 91 


807 16 


442 05 


90 75 


331 73 


202 94 


178 18 


298 97 


45 42 


99 25 


63 22 


116 25 


416 30 


386 84 


45 76 


98 00 


295 54 


90 00 


86 50 


50 80 


327 50 


135 90 


297 38 


214 99 


255 25 


123 12 


169 91 


535 00 


222 80 


126 52 


50 12 


103 79 


440 63 


305 30 


92 89 


131 25 


430 14 


50 15 


31 05 


84 09 


266 75 


422 05 


298 31 


190 87 


106 40 


424 46 


189 94 


315 98 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-43 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Shops at Sorcl— Continued. 

Leclair, Arthur, Oct. -June ; helper, 18 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 7^ d. at SI 

Leclair, Wm., Dec. -June: helper, 13 d. at $1.15; labourer, 12 d. at $1.15, GG£ d. 
at 90c 



at $1, 69^ 



Lefebvre, Chas., helper, 13 d. at $1.45, 7 at $1.15 ; Legendre, L., painter, 28 d. at $1.25 

Lefebvre, Wm., boilermaker, July- June, 25 d. at $1.00, 2G9 at $1.45 

Legace, Dennis, bolt cutter, July- June, 26| d. at $1.50, 274£ at $1.45 , 

Leith, Jos., boilermaker, July-,1 une, 28 d. at $2, 271 d. at $1.75 

Leith, Win., boilermaker, Mar. -June, 27^ d. at $2, 03 at $1.75 

Letendre, Adelard, helper, July- June, 24Gf d. at $1.15 

Latendre, Albert, Oct. -June : boilermaker, 24 d. at $1.45; helper, 158f d. at $1.15; labourer, 

33|d. at$l 

Letendre, Antoine, carpenter, July-Apl., 48^ d. at $1.50, 8G at $1.40, 43£ at $1.35, 45£ at 

$1.25, 8i at |1.20 * 

Letendre, Arthur, labourer, Jan. -Mar., 45^ d. at $1.25, 18 at $1 

Letendre, Bruno, Jan. -June : painter, G8£ d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 19 d. at $1, 24£ at 90c 

Letendre, Donat, labourer, 32 d. at $1 ; Letendre, John, borer, July-June, 251 d. at $1.40, G9 

at $1.25 

Letendre, Jos. : helper and labourer, 44 d. at $1, 07^ at 90c 

Letendre, Paul : boilermaker, 25 d. at $1.25 ; helper, 38 d. at $1.15 

Letendre, Pierre, July-June : painter, 85i£- d. at $1.40, 95 at $1.25; borer, 7 d. at $1.15, 14 at 

$l.m, 90^ at $1.05 

Letoumeau, Geo., steam fitter, July-June, 142 d. at $1.40, 8 at $1.30, 148i at $1.25 

Leveillee, Louis, carpenter, July-Oct., 80^ d. at $1.50, 5£ at $1.35 

L'Heureux, Nareisse, carpenter, July Oct., 84 d. at $2.50, 11 at $2.25 

Lirette, Arthur, labourer, July- J une, 182^ d. at $1, 81 at 90c 

Lizotte, Godfroi, caulker, July-June, 190J d. at $1.50, 102£ at $1.35 ... 

Lusignan, Michael, labourer, Aug June, 149 d. at $1, 5G at 90c 

Lussier, Donat, messenger, July- June, 101| d. at $1.50, 228^ at $1.25, 2G£ at $1 

Lussier, Ed., July- June : foreman, 244J d. at $2 ; caulker, 54 d. at $1.50 

Lussier, Eusebe, carpenter, July- June, 184^ d. at $1.G0, 102| at $1.45 

Lussier, Gonz, : foreman, 2^ d. at $2 ; carpenter, 45^ d. at $2 

Lussier, Henri, labourer, Dec.-Apl., 30^ d. at $1, G3£ at 90c 

Lussier, Jos., July-June : caulker, 24^ d. at $1.50, 724; at $1.25, 11 at $1.12£ ; oakum, 158^ d 

at 80c 



Lussier, Lewis, lab:urer, Dec-Mar., 19| d. at $1.25, 2G at $1, 24 at 90c. , 

Lussier, Nap., labourer, July-June, 195^ d. at $1, 107 at 90o 

Lussier, Odilon, caulker, July- June, lGGi d. at $1.50, 99 at $1.35 

Lussier, Vertume, labourer, Nov. -Mar., 2tih d. at $1, 50^ at 90c 

Mailliot, Alph., Jan.-June : painter, 98 d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 24£ d. at 90c 

Manceau, David, carpenter, J uly-June, 109^ d. at $1.G0, 105 at $1.45 

Manceau, Ernest, caulker, July-June, 17U d - a t $1.50, 102 at $1.35 

Manceau, Oliver, carpenter, July-June, 175^ d. at $1.00, 85f at $1.45, 10 at $1.40 

Mandeville, A., labourer, 35£ d. at $1 ; Mandeville, Mrs. Claude, sewing, 164| d. at 80c 

Mandeville, p]ug., helper, 03 d. at $1.15 ; Marcelais, A. /itter, 29i d. at $1.25 

Mandeville, Jos., labourer, 35 d. at $1, 19£ at 90c 

Mandeville, P., borer, July-June, 187^ d. at $1.40, lOlf at $1.25 

Marcotte, Albert, foreman, Jan.-Mar., 25.^ d. at $1.75, 38£ at $1.55 

Marcotte, Arthur, labourer, Jan.-Apl., 43^ d. at $1, 35i at 90c 

Marcotte, Edmund, labourer. Dee.-Mar., 26£ d. at $1.30, G0£ at $1.15 

Marcotte, Horace, labourer, Feb. -Mar., 23i d. at $1, 2 at 90c . . 

Marcotte, Romeo, labourer, Jan.-Mar., 37 d. at $1, 42^ at 90c 

Martel, Edouard, July-Aug., Oct. -June, bricklayer, 95£ d. at $2, 07? at $1.80 

Martel, Ed., helper, J ulv-May, 27H d. at $1.15 

Martel, Edw , fi!s, boilermaker, 13 d. at $1.45 ; helper, 12 d. at $1.45 

Martin, Damase, boilermaker, July- June, 19^ d. at $2, 248| at $1.75 

Martineau, Albert, carpenter, July-Apl., 117j d. at $1.40, 9l| at $1.25 

Martineau, Emanuel, fitter, July-June, 8 d. at $1.75, 28^ at $1.55, 255| at $1.45 

Martineau, Jos., July-June : boilermaker, 13 d. at $1.45 ; titter, 2 ( .).>, d. at $1.90, 275 at $1.75. 

Martineau, Oliva, rivet heater, July June, 20 d. at 80c, 272^ at 00c 

Martineau, Zeph., Nov.-June : boilermaker, 13 d. at §1.50; helper, 82£ d. at $1.50, 83| at 

$1.25, 6 at $1.15 

Masse, Edouard, carpenter, Sept.-Nov., 80^ d. at $1.50, 19 at $1.35 

Masse, Paul, carpenter, July-June, 124 d. at $1.40, 90^ d. at $1.25 

Mathieu, Henri, labour, Dec-Apl., 49. d. at SI, 29 at 90c .'. , 

Mathieu, John, fitter, Dec-Mar. 17 d, at $1.50, 50| at $1.25 

Mathieu, Jos., boilermaker, July-June, 20 d. at $1.00, 245? d. at $1.45 

Matte, Damase, fitter, July-June, 277£ d. at $2.30 

Matte, John, boilermaker, Dec-Mar., 7ih d. at $1.50 

Matte, Maxime, carpenter, July-Now, 80^ d. at $1.00, 20i at $1.45 

Matte, Oct., labourer, Dec.-Apl., 19| d. at $1.30, 51 at $1.15 



$ cts. 
114,528 02 



28 20 

157 77 
61 89 
430 01 
437 74 
530 21 

165 24 
283 74 

250 82 

318 01 

75 18 

12G 12 

4G9 03 
104 75 

74 95 

357 35 
394 81 
128 53 
230 00 
258 09 
424 15 
199 40 
404 33 
509 50 
443 45 
96 00 

87 17 

265 84 

71 66 
291 55 
383 38 

72 17 
144 31 
423 43 
394 55 

427 92 
160 05 
109 32 

52 77 
390 03 
103 90 

75 70 
103 72 

25 05 
75 24 
312 45 
312 22 
30 25 
474 28 
279 53 

428 99 
556 12 
184 30 

254 13 

146 40 

294 54 

75 09 

88 93 
397 90 
638 22 
111 75 

166 82 
84 31 



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2-3 EDWARD /I!.. A. 1902 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 

Brought forward , , 

Shops at Sorel— Continued. 

Matte, Omer : helper, 25 d. at $1.45, 59 at $1.15 ; labourer, 12J d. at $1, 56£ at 90c 

Matte, Raphael, foreman, Mar., 14| d. at $1.75, 8£ at $1.30 

Matte, Thos., Jan. -Mar ; boilermaker, 41* d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 23 d. at $1.45 

Matte, Victor, Oct.-Dec, June : helper, 13| d. at $1.45 ; labourer, 11 d. at $1, 36| at 90c. .. . 

Matte, Wm., Oct.-June : boilermaker, 63 d. at $1.45 ; helper, 142| d. at $1.15 

Matton, Jos., carpenter, July- June, 217 d. at $1.60, 80 d. at $1.45 

Matton, Treffle, carpenter, July-June, 12| d. at $2 ; 176^ d. at $1.75, 90 d. at $1.55, 11 d. at 

$1.45 

Menard, Jos., carpenter, July- June, 177^ d. at $1.50, 95| d. at $1.35 

Millette, Chas.: boilermaker, 23^ d. at $1.45 ; labourer, 52*. d. at $1.25, 15^ d. at $1 

Millette, Magloire : carter, 16 d. at $2 ; labourer, 12*, d. at $1. 15, 14 at $1 . 

Moisan, Arthur, July- June : patternmaker, 206^ d. at $1.75 ; labourer, 64 d. at $1.50. . . . 

Monarque, Alph., painter, July-Oct., 72J d. at $1.50 

Mongeon, Edward, Jan. -March, labourer, 38 d. at $1, 16J d. at 90c 

Mongeon, Edmond, rivet heater, January-June, 139*, d. at 60c 

Mongeon, Donat, July -June : boiler maker, 19 d. at $1.45 ; helper, 254 d. at $1 

Mongeon, Jos., Oct.-June : boilermaker. 11 d. at $1.45 ; helper, 12* d. at $1.45, 176 d. at $1.15 
Mongeon, Louis, July- June : helper, 98*^ d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 147 d. at $1.25, 21^ d. at $1.12g, 

40^d. at$l . 

Mongram, Eph.: painter, 27 d. at $1.25 ; Moreau, G., labourer, 44J d. at $1 

Moreau, Naz.: carpenter, July-Dec, 89^ d at $1.60, 54£ d. at $1.45 

Morency, Elzear, carpenter, 86 d. at $2.50, 11* d. at $2.25, 19 d. at $1.60, 86| d. at $1.45. . . . 

Morin, Henri : fitter, 22| d. at $1.25 ; Myrand, Jos., carpenter, 13 d. at $2.50 

McClure, Amede, Oct.-June : helper, 19 d. at $1.25 ; labour, 9 d. at 90c 

McKenzie, Hy.: carpenter, July- June, 188 d. at $2, 97 d. at $1.80 

McKetcher, A., carpenter, July -Sept., May- June, 101^ d. at $1.50 

McLaren, McNeil, labourer, 2G| d. at $1 

Nadeau, Alph.: labourer, 12J d. at $1, 11 at 90c; Nadeau, M. helper, 12 d. at $1.15 

Neault, Chas., carpenter, 128^ d. at $1.75, 13 d. at $2. 

Olivier, Alphonse, labourer, April-June, 56 d. at $1 

Page, Delphis, carpenter, July- June, 1884 d. at $1.60, 102 d. at $1.45 

Palhus, Adel., carpenter, July-June, 197f d. at $1.60, 103^ d. at $1.45 

Palhus, Pierre, labourer, 34^ d. at $1 ; Papineau, Ovila, labourer, 25*_ d. at $1 

Paquette, Valliere, patternmaker, April-June, 16 d. at $2, 41f d. at $1.75 

Parent, Alfred, patternmaker Jan. -June, 153^ d. at 60c 

Parent, Amedie, helper, July-June, 12 d. at $1, 27* d. at 90c, 122^ d. at 70c, 136* d. at 60c 

Parent, Euclide, labourer, Julv-Nov., 83| d. at $1, 34 d. at 90c 

Parenteau, Cyrille, carpenter, July-June, 188£ d. at $1.40, 98 d. at $1.25 

Paul, Adelard, helper, Oct.-June, 220 d. at 50c; Paul, Mrs. C, labourer, 1G9£ d. at 80c. . . . 

Paul, Edouard, Dec- April : painter, 17^ d. at $1.25 ; labourer. 25 d. at $1, 58 d. at 90c 

Paul, Felix, carpenter, July- June, 188| d. at $1 . 60, 94 at $1 . 45 

Paul, Gregarie, labourer, 21^ d. at $1, 8 at 90c; Paul, Jos., labourer, 60^ d. at $1 

Paul, Henri, painter, July-Oct., Mar.-June, 175£ d. at $1.25, 3 at $1.12£ 

Paul, Martel, helper, 22 d. at $1.15 ; Paul, Pierre, labourer, 31^ d. at $1, 32| at 90c 

Paul, Theophile, labourer, Dec. -Mar., 28 d. at $1, 63* at 90c 

Paul, Zotique, helper, 22 d. at $1 . 15 ; Paul, Arsene, pattern maker, 22 d. at $2 

Paulet, Leandre, labourer, July-Nov., Feb. -June, 189f d. at $1, 42 at 90c 

Pelland, Arsene, labourer, Aug. -Sept., Dec, 23£ d. $1, 22f at 90c 

Pelletier, Edouard, carpenter, July June, 174 d. at $1 .50, 99£ at $1.35 

Pelletier, Paul, labourer, July- June, iSOf d. at $1 . 15, 96 j at $1 . 05 

Peloquin, Achille, helper and labourer, J uly-June, 308| d. at $1 

Peloquin, Adelard, July- June : watchman, 219 d. at $1.45 ; labourer, 1074 d. at$l, 36 at 90c 

Peloquin, Albert, labourer, Feb. -June, 12 d. at $1.15, 77 at $1, 22| at 90c 

Peloquin, Cariste, boilermaker, July-May, 274J d. at $1.45, June, 30 d. at $1.60 : 

Peloquin, Cariste, labourer, July-Sept., Mar.-A.pl., 73j d. at $1 

Peloquin, Chas., labourer, July- June, 2181 d. at $1, lOOjj at 90c 

Peloquin, Chas., carpentei, Dec- Apl., 33£ d. at $1 . GO, 50| at $1 . 45 

Peloquin, Dolphis, helper. July- June, 190*, d. at $1.35, 90$ at $1.15. . ... 

Peloquin. Dolphis : helper, 15g d. at $1.35 : labourer, Aug. -Sept., 40| d. at $1 

Peloquin, Elie, labourer, July- June, 191 d. at $1, 106f d. at 90c 

Peloquin, Frs., carpenter, July-June, 194| d. at $2 ; 100^ at $1.80 

Poloquin, Frs., (fils) carpentbr, July-June, 104 d. at $1.25, 86*. at $1.15, 45 at $1.12*, 57$ at 
.05 



$1 



Peloquin, Felix, Sept. -June: boilermaker, 14 d. at $1 45; helper, "9| d. at $1.15; labourer, 



Peloquin, Gil, labourer, Julv-Feb., 48 d. at $1, 1044. at 90c 

Peloquin, Honore, oakum, Feb. -June, 12 l| d. at 60c 

Peloquin, Jean Bte., labourer, 187| d. at $1, 97 at 90c 

Peloquin, Jos.: helpei, 38 d. at $1.15; labourer, 9* d. at $1 . 

Peloquin, Jos., fils, pere : helper, 13 d. at $1.25; labourer, 11£ d. at 

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130,121 08 



144,181 86 



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St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 
Brought forward 

Shops at Sorcl— Continued. 



Peloquin, Jos., fils, (Alfred) helper, 12$ d. at $1.25, 404 at $1.15 

Peloquin, Leon, labourer, 224 d. at $1 ; Peloquin, Michael, labourer, 71 d. at §1 .15 

Peloquin, Max, carpenter, Nov.-Apl., 39$ d. at §1 .GO, 70^ at $1 .45 

Peloquin, Max, fils, labourer, 29f d. at SI, 234 at 90c , 

Peloquin, Oscar, fitter, July-June, 3014, d. at $1 .40 

Peloquin, Oscar, labourer, 25f d. $1 ; Peloquin, Pierre, carpenter, 25£ d. at $1.40 

Peloquin, Pierre, helper, July-June, 304 d. at $1.15 

Peloquin, Pierre, carpenter, July- June, 192£ d. at $2, 101| at $1 .80 

Peloquin, Pierre, F., carpenter, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 155$ at $2, 30^ at $1.80 

Peloquin, Pierre; (Chasseur) carpenter, July- June, 101 d. at $1.50, 5?i at $1.40, 43$ at $1.35, 

55£at$1.25 

Peloquin, Regis, labourer, July- June, 1G7 d. at $1, 634 at 90c 

Peloquin, Theo., labourer, July-June, 168£ d. at $1, 69 at 90c 

Peloquin, Wilfrid, Jany .-Apl., watchman, 27 d. at $1.45 ; labourer, 16 d. at $1, 44$ at 90c. . 

Pepin, Aug., carpenter, Sept. -June, 183j d. at $1.40, 44$ at $1.25 

Perron, Jos., Mar- June : helper, 14 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 9S$ d. at $1 

Perron, Louis, A., carpenter, July-June, 9S$ d. at $1.50, 65| at $1.45, 38$ at $1.35, 51$ at $1.30 

Perron, Victor, carpenter, July-June, 184 d. at $1.60, 104$ at $1.45 

Petit, Louis : helper, 31 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 21$ d. at $1, 44| at 90c 

Plante, Abraham, carpenter, Sept-June, 126$ d. at $1.60, 1004 at $1.45 

Plante, Eus., helper, 26 d. at $1.15 ; Plante Henri, helper, 30$ d. at $1.15 

Plante, Jos., labourer, 55| d. at $1 ; Plante, Michael, labourer, 564 d. at $1 

Plante, Remi, labourer, Jany.-Apl., 49| d. at $1, 36^ at 90c ~ 

Plante, Victor, carpenter, July- June, 199* d. at $2, 104f at $1.80 , 

Blante, Wilfrid, carpenter, Sept-Apl., 48$ d. at $1.45, 22$ at $1.40, 67£ at $1.25 

Poirier, Benj., carpenter, July- Apl., 86 d. at $2.50, 11 at $2.25, 49$ at $1.60, 65$ at $1.45. ., . 

Poirier, Clovis, carpenter, Mar-June, 944 d. at $1.50 

Poirier, Jos., labourer, 244 d. at $1 ; Polette, Romeo, rivet heater, 224 d. at 60c 

Pollette, Pierre, Dec-May : carpenter, 56$ d. at $1.60, 32 at $1.45 ; labourer, 154 d. at $1.50. 

Pontbriand, Adel., fitter, Nov. -June, 157$ d. at $1.75, 31$ at $1 .50 

Senecal, A., carpenter, Nov.-June, 10l£ d. at $1.45, 58$ at $1.25 

Souliere, Alphonse, July- June : pattern maker, 15 d. at $1.75 ; 25 at $1.60 ; carpenter, 149£ 

d. at $1.60, 95$ at $1.45 . 

Steadworthy, Frank, helper, July-June, 23f d. at $1.40, 1184 at $1.20, 1414 at $1. . . . 

Stead worthv, Henry, fitter, July-June, 146 d. at $1.60, 154f at $1.40 ." 

Steadworthy, Wm., Foreman, July-June, 1$ m. at $108, 10$ at $90 

St. Arnault, Albert, labourer, 314 d. at $1, 77 at 90c 

St. Arnault, Jos., carpenter, July- June, 174| d. at $1.50, 103| at $1.35 

St. Arnault, Jos., labourer, 1264 d. at $1, 86$ at 90c. 

St. Arnault, Louis, caretaker, J"uly-Juue, 186£ d. at $1.50, 99| at $1.35. 

St. George, Albert, labourer, 78$ d. at $1 ; St. Jacques, Jos., painter, 24| d. at $1.50. 

St. Germain, Louis, labourer, 6 d. at $1.15, 49$ at $1, 20 at 90c 

St. Jacques, Albert : painter, 20f d. at $1.40 ; borer, 43| d. at $1.15, 3 at $1.05 

St. Martin, Adel., labourer, July- June, 189 d. at $1, 94^ at 90c 

St. Martin, Arthur, Nov-June : watchman, 364 d. at $1.45 ; labourer, 26$ d. at $1, 68f at 90c 

St. Martin, Jos., helper, 19 d. at $1.15 ; St. Martin, Nap., helper, 32 d. at $1.15 

St. Martin, Narcisse, labourer, July- June, 14$ d. at $1.15, 243f d. at $1, 36$ at 90c 

Pontbriand, Leo, helper, July- June, 29$ d. at $1.25, 272£ at $1 

Potvin, Narcisse, labourer, July-June, 1824 d. at $1, 954 at 90c 

Poulin, Alfred, Sept. -June : blacksmith, 211£ d. at $1.50. 13 at $1.25 ; helper, 15 d. at $1.15 
Pouliot, Pierre, carpenter, July- Apl., 894 d. at $2.50, 10^ at $2.25, 51$ at $1.60, 68 at $1.45. 

Prevost, Wm., carpenter, July-June, 260^ d. at $2, 77 at $1.80 

Prince, Alfred J., shipbuilder, 8677 m. at $150 

Rajotte, J. Bte., helper, Oct. -June, 207? d. at $1.15 

Rajotte, Pierre, foreman, July-June, 309$ d. at $2 , 

Rajotte, Pierre Ph., carpenter, July-June, 176} d. at $1.45, 14 at $1.30, 91$ at $1.25 

Raymond, Adel, fitter, July-June, 310$ d. at $2.30 

Raymond, Cleophas, July-June: boilermaker, 24 d. at $1.25; helper, 247 d. at $1 

Raymond, Horace, boilermaker, 254 d. at $1.45 ; Ricard, Ls., helper, 26 d. at $1.15 

Raymond, Jos., July-June : carpenter, 170 d. at $1.75, 80^ at $1.55, 21£ at $1.45 : helper 

d. at $1.15 

Raymond, Jos.: helper, 13 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 57? d. at $1, 11 at 90c 

Raymond, Louis, boilermaker, July-June, 27 d. at $1.60, l'7!» at $1.45 . 

Raymond, Louis, fils, boilermaker, May-June, 33 d. at $1.45 

Raymond, Onesime, fitter, Ja:»y.-M;tr., 55? d. at $1.25. 

Ritter, Henry, helper, 91 d. at $1 ; Roberge, Camille, carpenter, 394 d. at $1.60 

Roberge, Louis, carpenter, 18 d. at $2.50 ; Robillard, Wm., pattermaker, 17 d. at 81.75 

Robertson, Alex., Nov.-June: helper, 55$ d. at 81.15 ; labourer, 130;} d. at 81.15, at 90c. . . 
Robitaille, Arthur, carpenter, July-June," 103fd. at $1.40, 88 at $1.25, 414 at $1.20, 61 at $1,124. 
Robitaille, Horm.: helper, 14$ d. at $1.15; labourer, Dec. -Mar., 63^ d. at $1.15, 264 at 90c. .7 

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S cts 


144,181 86 


62 19 


104 15 


165 78 


50 90 


421 75 


61 10 


349 56 


566 75 


365 45 


359 40 


224 15 


230 34 


94 97 


312 87 


114 60 


361 27 


445 91 


97 42 


348 11 


64 97 


112 25 


82 37 


587 05 


185 87 


413 91 


141 74 


38 00 


100 05 


322 85 


220 64 


443 51 


316 95 


450 25 


1,107 00 


100 80 


401 48 


204 35 


413 35 


115 62 


74 40 


82 51 


273 82 


141 29 


58 65 


293 27 


309 12 


268 45 


351 12 


428 93 


660 10 


1,301 61 


238 89 


618 50 


388 10 


714 13 


270 99 


66 87 


467 61 


82 60 


•H7 73 


47 84 


69 68 


154 20 


74 75 


218 99 


373 67 


113 82 


163.399 18 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VI L A, 1903 



St. Lawrence Snip Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Shojjs at Sorel— Continued. 

Rochette, Oscar, helper, May-June, 60 d. at 75c.. . . 

Rondeau, J. Bte., helper, Sept. -June, 228£ d. -at $1.15 

"Rondeau, Louis, caulker, July- June, 197£ d. at $1.50, 83£ at $1.35 

Rondeau, Wilfrid, rivet heater, Jany.-June, 129 d. at 60c 

Rondeau, Wm., Dec-June : labourer, 114| d. at $1, 44£ at 90c 

Rouleau, Arthur, July-June : boilermaker, 25| d. at $1.45 ; helper, 271 d. at $1.15 

Rousseau, Ed„ caulker, July -June, 181| d. at $1.50, 83£ at $1.35 

Salvail, Albert, labourer, 25 d. at $1 ; Salvail, Jos., helper, 25 d. at $1.15 . 

Sal vail, Delphis, labourer, Dec-Jany., 15£ d. at $1, 21 1 at 90c. . 

Samson, Chas., carpenter, July-Sept., 73^ d. at $2.50 

Samson, Kug., July-June ; carpenter, 82^ d. at $2.50, 11£ at $2.25, 52h at $1.60, 84^ at $1.45 ; 

patternmaker, 15| d. at $1.60 

Sauvageau, Noel, labourer, 22^ d. at $1 ; Savignac, O., labourer, 56^ d. at $1, 12i at 90c. . . . 

Sauvageau, Sam., labourer, Dec-Mar., 10J d. at $1.50, 13 at $1.15, 17 at $1.05 

St. Martin, Noel : helper, 13 d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 5 d. at $1.15, 21| at $1, 24f at 90c 

St. Martin, Pierre : helper, 32 d. at $1.15 ; St. Pierre, Jos., labourer, 44 d. at $1, 60£. at 90c. 

St. Martin, Spe., boilermaker, July-June, 25£ d. at $2, 268| d. at $1.75 

St. Michael, Aug., helper, July- June, 208 d. at $1.35, 84 at $1.15 

St. Michael, Jos., helper, July-June, 285 d. at $1.50 

Talbot, Victor, carpenter, July-Oct., 82 d. at $2 . 50, 10^ at $2 . 25 

Tancrede, Jos., labourer, 96f d. at $1 ; Tannancourt, Jos., labourer, 30g d. at $1 

Tereault, A. A., draughtsman, June, "733 m. at $83.33 

Terroux, Ferd., carpenter, July-June, 178 d. at $1.40, 6GJ at $1.25 . 

Tessier, Paul, labourer, 26 d. at $1 ; Tessier, Zeph., helper, Jan.-June, 135£ d. at $1.15 

Tessier, Pierre, helper, July- June, 298^ d. at $1 .50 

Thibaudeau, Emile : helper, 27| d. at $1 ; labourer, 42J d. at $1 

Thibaudeau, Geo.: helper, 7 d. at $1.15, 39J at $1 ; labourer, 149£ d. at $1 

Thibaudeau, Reni, helper, July- June, 29| d. at $1.10, 263| at $1 

Thibaudeau, Roch, labourer, July-Sept., 40| d. at $1 

Thibault, Alderic, labourer, Oct. -Dec, Feb. -June, 77£ d. at $1. 45f at 90c 

Thibault, Arthur : helper, 11 d. at $1 . 15 ; labourer, 10 d. at $1 . 15, 12 at $1, 10 at 90c 

Thibault, Pierre, labourer, Sept. -June, 120£ d. at $1, 964; at 90c 

Thivierge, Louis, carpenter, 85i d. at $2.50, 13 at $2.25, 51£ at $1.60, 68.^ at $1.45. . . 

Trainer, Jos., labourer, 22 d. at $1, 12 d. at 90c; Trudel, D., labourer, 54^ d. at $1 

Trempe, Arthur, July-Aug., Oct.-June : painter, 116^ d. at $1.25; labourer, 27 d. at $1, 

100f at 90c 

Trempe, Jos., Dec. -June : painter, 824; d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 13 d. at $1, 484; at 90c 

Trudel, Edouard, helper, July-June, 303 d. at $1 . 15 

Turcotte, Eugene : carpenter, 36 d. at $1.45, 12| at $1.40, 102| at $1.25 ; labourer, 16g d. at 



$1. 



Turcotte, Louis, caulker, Julv- June, 184 £ d. at $1 . 50, 103f at $1 . 35 

Turgeon, J. Bte. , carpenter, July-Oct., 79^ d. at $2.50, 10| at $2.25 

Vadeboncoeur Frs., carpenter, July- June, 197 d. at $1.60, 106 § at $1 .45 

Vadeboncoeur, Omer, labourer, 74 d. at $1 ; Valois, Edouard, labourer, 23^ d. at SI 

Valin, Chas., carpenter, July-Oct., 86 d. at $2.50, 11^ at $2.25 

Valois, Henri, labourer, 66| d. at $1 ; Valois, Jos., fils (Ls.), labourer, 27^ d. at $1 

Valois, Jos., fils, (Olivier) July-Jan.: helper, 79^ d. at $1.15 ; labourer, 75 d. at $1 

Valois, Jos., fils (Pierre) labourer, July-June, 255 d. at $1, 67 at 90c 

Valois, Olivier, labourer, Sept.-Jan., 57| d. at $1. 69f at 90c 

Valois, Paul, labourer, Dec. -April, 4L£ d. at $1, 23^ at 90c 

Valois, Reni, labourer, 24 d. at $1 ; Vandal, Jos., labourer, 117^ d. at $1, 26 at 90c 

Vandal, Louis, July-June: boilermaker, 25 d. at $1.45; helper, 130 d. at $1.15; labourer, 

60 d. at $1.15, 26|at$l 

Vandal, Nap., labourer, Sh d. at $1.25, 61 at $1.15 ; Varville, G., labourer, 24 £ d. at $1 

Vandal, Elie, labourer, Jan. -May, 56A d. at $1, 36? at 90c 

Vandal, Pierre, labourer, July-Nov., Jan.-June, 270^ d. at $1.15, 16 at $1.25 

Veuillet, Nap., July-June : 26A d. at $1.45 ; helper, 252^ d. at $1 

Vigneau, John, carpenter, July- June, 82| d. at $1.40, 41& at $1.20, 120£ at $1.10, 21 1 at $1. 

Wilkie, Robert, boilermaker, Jan.-June, 123^ d. at $1 . 45 • 

Wiseman, Alfred, carpenter, July-June, 1854; d. at $2, 1034; at $1 .80 

Wiseman, Louis, carpenter, 83.^ d. at $2 . 50, 8 at $2 . 25, 22^ at $1 . 45 

Payments under $20, from Labossiere to Wiseman 



Dredge ' Laurier' : Day Crew (% If, 153. SI). 

Captain : Chas. Gendron, Aug. -Nov., Apl.-June, 6*867 ra. at $60 ; A. Marcotte, July, 1 m 

at $60 

Aubut, Miss, cook, Aug.-Oct., May-June, 4225 m. at $16, 

Boisvert, Z., sailor, 6166 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14.47 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
1C3,399 18 



44 99 

262 46 
408 56 

77 40 
154 57 
348 60 
385 00 
53 75 
34 17 
183 75 

462 87 

90 00 

48 17 

64 72 

135 02 

520 41 

377 35 

427 49 

228 62 

127 25 

61 11 
332 31 
181 52 
447 74 

70 00 
196 80 
296 47 

40 25 
118 42 

45 15 
207 12 
424 71 

87 30 

263 59 
159 22 
348 40 

214 53 
415 74 
221 81 
469 62 

97 25 
240 87 

94 25 
166 41 
315 30 
120 02 

62 40 
164 65 

280 97 
105 02 
89 57 
331 05 
290 92 
319 17 
179 06 
556 35 
259 37 
825 97 



472 00 

67 61 

137 80 



177,612 15 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-47 



St. Lawrence Sliip Channel— Continued. 
Brought forward 



$10 a 



Dredge * Lauricr ' : Day Crew — Concluded. 

Boucher, Arthur, fireman, July-Nov., Mar. -June, 7'1G7 m. at $25, 5j d. at §1 ; back wages 
314.27 

Chevalier, Nap., fireman, .Tuly-Oct., Mar.-Apl., 4£ m. at $2."), 17 d. at $1 

Comtoia, John, engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 9*158 m. at -570 

Dauphinais, J. Bte., carpenter, May -June, 52 d. at $1.00 

Denis, John, fireman, Nov., h m. at $25 ; back wages, $14.47 

Gaucher, Oscar, mate, at $35 a m., $12.83 ; Goudreault, J., sailor, at $2) am., $5.33 

Godin, Jos., fireman, July-Dec, 4*867 m. at $25, 27 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.47. . • . 

Guevremont, Miss M., 2nd cook, at $10 a m., $18.07 ; Grenier, Miss F., 2nd cook, at 

m., $22.26 

Hardy, Arthur, sailor, July-Nov., A pi. -June, 7*166 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14.47 

Ha i pin, Jean Bte., watchman, 1100 m. at $20, 1 d. at $1 ; back wages, £14.47 

Lafontaine, Sam., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7100 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14.47 

Laforest, Kdw., fireman, Apl.-June, 2*067 m. at $25 

Latour, Alderic, fireman, at $25 a m., $13.33 ; Latour, Miss M. L., 2nd cook, at $10 a m., $23 

Lavallee, John, mate, Aug.-Oct., Apl.-June, 4 077 m. at $35 

Lavallee, Louis, fireman, at $25 a in., $9.17, 5h d. at $1.15, 20^ at $1 ; bach wages, $1 

Marootfe, Edw., mate, July- Aug., 1*322 m. at"$35 

Matte, Miss \V., cook, at $10 a m., $24.71 ; Page, Mrs., cook, at $10 a. m., $4.80 

Pcloquin, Wilfrid, sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6*9 m. at $20, 3d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.47. 

Salvas, Aime, fireman, Apl.-June, 1*007 m. at $25 

Soucy, Naz., sailor, 1 m. $20 ; Valois, Miss O., 2nd cook, 1 m. at $10 , 

St. Pierre, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., 4*860 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14.47 

Valois. Miss M. L. : cook, 1 m. at $10 ; 2nd cook, at $10 a m., $3.23 

Vignanlt, Arthur, sailor, Apl.-June, 2*3 m. at $20 ; fireman, 1 d. at $1 

Gendron, Capt. Chs., Sorel : boarding crew, 13 hands, Aug. 12-Oct. 31, 11 hands, Nov. 1-20, 
12 hands, A pi. 22-30, 1 hand, Apl. 23 to 30, 13 hands, May 1-June 30, at $10 per month 
each, $753.87 ; extra meals, 102 at 15c; unloading coal, $4.25 ; repairs, $2 ; stamps, 
11.50 ; telephone, $1 

Marcotte, Capt. Albert, Sorel : boarding crew, 13 hands, July 1- Aug 11, 1 hand, Aug. 1-4, at 
$10 per month each, $177.42 : repairs, 50c; extra meals, 81 at 15c 



Dredge 'Lauricr' : Night Crew (-$3,462.11). 



Captain, Oscar Gaucher, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6*8 m. at $50 

Bienvenue, N., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 0'542 m. at $20 ; back wages, $11 

Chevalier, Nap., fireman, -£ m. at $25 ; back wages, $13.73 

Chevrier, Thadee, fireman, July-Nov., 3*814 m. at $25 ; back wages, $13.00 

Champagne, Theo,, bailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 5*053 m. at $20 ; back wages, $13.00 

Denis, John, fireman, July-Oct., 4 m. at $25 

Ducharine, A., sailor, Apl.-June, 2*3 m. at $20 

Fregeau, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., 4*010 at $20 ; back wages, $8.07 

Fredette, H., fireman, at $25 a m., $17.15 ; Guevremont, J. Bte., watchman, 1 m. $20 .. . 

Guevremont, Miss M., cook, 1*077 m. at $10 ; Harpin, J. Bte., watchman, 5 m. at $20 

Jussaume, Simeon, sailor, July-Nov., 0*300 m. at $20 ; back wages, $13.73 

Jussaume, Wm., sailor, at $20 a m., $6 ; Laforest, A., fireman, at $25 a m., $11.67 

Latour, E hv., fireman, 1*7 m. at $25 ; Lavallee, J. B., mate, h m. at $35' , . 

Latour, Miss M. L., cook, 2*097 m. at $10 ; Latour, Miss M. R., cook, 1 m., $10 

Lavallee, Louis, engineer, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6*606 m. at $40 

Letendre, D., sailor, at $20 a m., $2.67 ; Parent, L., fireman, Apl.-June, 2*3 m. at $25 

Lussier, Henri, fireman, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6*767 m. at -$25 ; back wages, $13.73 

Matte, Victor, sailor at $20 a m., $6.52 ; Peloquin, E., mate at $30 a m., $7 

Page, Miss R., cook at $10 a m., $3 ; Picard, O., sailor at $20 a m., $9 . 68 

Peloquin, C, sailor at $20 a m., $5.16 ; St. Pierre, F., sailor, 1*147 m. at $20 

Steyn, Jos., mate, 6 112m. at $30 ; Rajotte, J. B., fireman at $25 a m., $4.84 

Trempe, Omer, sailor, July-Nov., April- June, 6'766 m. at $20 ; back wages, $10.47 

Vigneau, Mis. N., cook, Oct. -Nov. at $10 am 

Gendron, Capt. Chas., Sorel, boarding crew : 13 hands, Aug. 12-Sept. 30, 12 hands, Oct. 1- 
31, 1 hand, Oct. 1-28, 13 hands, Nov. 1-15, 10 hands, April 22-30, 3 hands, April 
"23-30, 13 hands, May 1- June 30, 4 meals a day, at $10 per month each for 3 meals a day 

Marcotte, Capt. Albert, Sorel, boarding, crew : 13 hands, July 1-31, 12 hands, Aug. 1-11. 1 
hand, Aug. 1-4, 4 meals a day, at $10 per month each for 3 meals a day 



Tug ' St. Jean d'lberville ' : Day Crew (-$2,060.04). 

Captains: E. Beaudette, July-Nov., April-June, 77m. at $50; R. Chevrier, Dec '677 m 

at $60 

Arcand, Hor., sailor, July-Nov., 4*9 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14.53.. 

Antaya, Jos., labourer, 19 d. at $1 ; Belisle, A., fireman, 1 m. at $25 

Boisvert, A., sailor at $20 a m. $17.57 ; Boudreault, Jos., sailor at $20 a m, $15.33 



$ cts. 
177,612 15 



248 44 


129 50 


641 00 


83 20 


20 97 


18 10 


103 14 


40 93 


157 80 


38 80 


157 80 


51 07 


3G 33 


174 21 


42 99 


4(5 29 


29 51 


155 47 


49 17 


30 00 


111 80 


19 23 


47 00 


7SG 92 


190 07 


340 00 


141 84 


20 23 


10S 95 


120 00 


100 00 


40 00 


88 39 


37 15 


110 77 


141 00 


17 07 


00 00 


30 97 


204 20 


00 17 


182 90 


13 52 


12 G8 


28 10 


188 19 


145 80 


11 77 


941 19 


231 84 



Carried forward. 



425 65 

112 53 

44 00 

32 90 



185,165 80 



V-48 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1001-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Tug ' St. Jean d'lberville' : Day Crew— Concluded. 



Champagne, Emile, sailor, 7 d. at $1"; back wages, $10.60 

Chandonnet, Jos., sailor, Aug. -Nov., 3447 in. at $20 

Dumas, Miss V., cook, 1 m., $16 ; Ethier, Jos., sailor at $20 a m., $4.67 

Frenette, Jos., sailor, 1 '419 m. at $20 ; Goudreault, Jos., sailor, 1*633 m. at $20 

Lamontagne, Narcisse, Sept. -Dec, fireman, 2*9 m. at $25, 7 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.53. 

Lavallee, Louis, engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 9 '258 m. at $50 , 

Lemay Mrs. C, cook, July-Nov., April-June, 6'533 m. at $16 

Mandeville, Eugene,' fireman, July- Dec, Mar.-April, 4 '467 m. at $25, 51^ d. at $1; back 

wages, $13.67 

Marcotte, H., sailor, at $20 a m., $11.61 ; Thibaudeau, A., sailor, 1*333 m. at $20 

Nadeau, Alph., fireman, Aug., Mar. -June, 3 633 m. at $25, 20f d. at $1 

Normandeau, Jas., sailor, July-Nov., April-June, 6'953 m. at $20, 5 d. at $1; back 

wages, $14 .53 

Rivard, U., fireman, April-June, 2*633 m. at $25, 4 d. at $1 

Thibaudeau, Ed., sailor, June, 1 m. at $20 . 

Beaudet, Capt. Esd., Sorel, boarding crew : 8 hands, July 1-Nov. 26, 7 hands, April 12-30, 1 

hand, April 21-30, 1 hand, April 24-30, 8 hands, May 1-31, 1 hand, May 1-20, 8 hand 

June 1-30, at $10 a m., each, $605.78; extra meals, 34 at 25c, 63 at 15c; fare, $4.50; 

suudry, $5.53 , 



Tug 'St. Jean $ IlcrvilW : Night Creio ($1,855.15). 



Captain, Treffle Julien, July-Nov., \\ m. at $40 , 

Captain, Arthur Boisvert, May- June, 1*355 m. at $40 ; sailor at $20 a m., $2 

Beaudette, Miss A., cook, 3^ m. at $10 ; Bonin, O., engineer, Aug. -Nov., 2 - 822 m. at $40 . . . 

Blais, Wilfrid, sailor, Aug. -Nov., May- June, 4 177 m. at $20 ; back wages, $5. 93 

Barthe, Mrs. Ulric, cook, June, 1 m. at $10 ... 

Champagne, Emile : sailor, Sept.-Oct., 2 m. at $20 ; fireman at $25 a m., $35.83 ; at $20 a m., 

$8.39 ; back wages, $2 

Champagne, E. X., sailor, 2 m. at $20 ; Chevalier, Nap., fireman at $30 a m., $3.87 

Delisle, Amedee, fireman at $25 am., $8.06 ; Gauthier, Ed., fireman at $25 am., $9.68., 

Harpin, A., sailor at $20 a m., $10 ; back wages, $1 ; Lemay, MissR., cook, 1*419 m. at $10.. 

Lamontagne, N.: engineer, 3 032 m. at $40 ; fireman, at $25 am., $8.06 

Mandeville, Jonas, sailor, 1 549 m. at $20 ; Peloquin, C, sailor, at $20 am., $2.67. 

Nadeau, A., fireman, 3£ m. at $25 ; back wages, $13.73 

Provencal, Paul, sailor, July-Nov., May -June, 5 366 m. at $20; at $25 a m., $10.48; back 

wages, $13.73 

Robillard, Jos., fireman, Aug. -Nov., May- June, 4 "725 m, at $25 ; back wages, $13.60 

Rondeau, J. L., sailor, at $20 a m., $7.10 ; St. Michel, F., fireman, 1 m. at $25.. 

Valois, Jos., sailor, June, 1 m. at $20 

Beaudette, Capt. Esd., Sorel, boarding crew : 8 hands, July 1-Aug. 31 ; 7 hands, Sept. 1-26 ; 

1 hand, Sept. 1-30 ; 8 hands, Oct. 1-Nov. 15 ; 5 hands, May 21-31 ; 3 hands, May 19-31 ; 

1 hand, May 22-31 ; 8 hands, June 1-30 ; 4 meals a day at $10 a month each, for 3 meals 

a day .. 



Dredge ' Lady Minto' ; Day Crew ($4,662.74). 



Captain, Raphael Matte, July-Nov., April- June, 7 '933 m. at $60 

Aubicorn, Albert, fireman, March-June, 2 3 m. at $25, 26£ d. at $1 

Barron, Jeffrey, mate, July-Nov., April June : 6*122 m. at $35 ; sailor, 1*512 m. at 



at$l. 



), 5i d. 



Berard, Chas., sailor, 4656 m. at $20, 3£ d. at $1 ; back wages, $7.73 

Carleton, Frs., 2nd cook at 10 a m., $11.23, 1 d. at 60c; Champagne, P., sailor, 2*8 in. at $20 
Chevalier, J. Bte., July-Dec, March-June: sailor, 6*6 m. at $25, 4 d. at $1 ; fireman, 68 d. 

at $1 ; back wages, $14 .33 

Cournoyer, Geo., July-Dec, March-June : sailor, 7*666 m. at $25, 4d.[at$l; fireman, 38 d. at 

$1 ; back wages, *$14.33 

Ducharme, Mrs. M., cook, Nov., April- June, 3 '566 m. at $16, 1 d. at 60c 

Filteau, Geo., night engineer, Hih d. at $1.15 ; Frechette, H., fireman at $25 a m., £6.67 

Furroy, Arthur, fireman at $25 a"m., $1.67 ; Labiecque, S., sailor, 2 m. at $20 

Harper, R. J., inspector, July-Nov., 124^ d. at $2 

Labonte, La/.., sailor, July-Nov., May-June, 6.866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14.33 

Ladebauche, Emile, engineer, July-Dec, March- June, 9 '258 m. at $70 

Lalonde, Mrs. R., 2nd cook, at $10 a m., $7.67 ; Lemire, Mrs., cook, 1 677 m. at $10 

Lemoine, Ed., watchman, July-Nov., April, 5'666 m. at $20, 5| d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.33. 

Matte, Oct., mate, July, Nov., April, at $35 a m., $54.08, 5 d. at $1 

Mongeon, Edouard, July-Dec, sailor, 4 '567 m. at $25, 4 d. at $1 ; fireman, 21 d. at $1 ; back 

wages', $13 .13 

McLaren, Miss A., 2nd cook, 41m. at $10 ; McLaren, Miss M., cook, 41m. at $16 

St. Martin, Noel, sailor, July-Nov., April-June, 7 '666 m. at $20, 5 d. at $1 ; back wages, $10.13 

Carried forward 



eta. 



185,165 80 


17 60 
68 94 
20 67 
61 06 
94 03 
462 90 
104 53 


176 84 

38 28 
111 58 


158 59 
69 83 
20 00 



641 01 



180 00 


56,19 
14? 90 


89 48 


10 00 


86 22 


43 87 


17 74 


25 19 


129 35 


33 64 


101 23 


131 54 


131 75 


32 10 


20 00 



618 95 



476 00 
84 00 

219 98 

104 35 

67 83 

251 33 

248 00 
57 67 
25 64 
41 67 

249 00 

151 66 
648 06 

24 44 

132 91 

59 08 

152 30 

106 60 
168 46 



192,365 78 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-49 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Dredge ' Lady Minto ' ; Day Crew— Concluded. 

Valois, Henri, sailor, July-Nov., May, 5 866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14 . 33 

Valois, Remi, sailor, July-Nov., April, G'666 m. at $20, 4 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.33 

Matte, Capt. R&ph-, Sorel: boarding crew, July, 12 hands 1-31, 1 hand 1-29, 1 hand 12-31 ; 
13 hands Aug. f-Nov. 2G ; April, 11 hands 7-30, 3 hands 7-22, 1 hand 23-30, 2 hands 22-30 ; 
13 hands May 1-June 30 at $10 a m. each, $1,012.24; board of K. J. Harper, inspec 
tor, 5 ' 47 m. at $10 ; extra meals, 90 at 15c „ 



Dredge 'Lady Minto' : Night Crew ($3,307.96). 



.42; Oct. Matte, July-Nov., Api.-June, 6155 



Captain : S. Daigneault, July, at $50 a m. 

m. at $50 

Aubuchon, Albert, fireman, July-Nov., 43 m. at $25 ; back wages, $13 

Bechant, Jos., fireman, at $25 a m., $4.17 ; Benoit, Nap., engineer, at $40 a m., $21.33 . . . 

Berard, Chas., sailor, 18 m. at $20 ; Blais, Ulric, sailor, 2 '3 m. at $20 

Champagne, Pierre, sailor, Aug.-Now, 3 174 m. at $20 ; back wages, $G.60 

Daviau, Antoine, sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6'5 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.40 

Desrosiers, Olympe, mate, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6 '766 m. at $30 

Ducharme, Mrs. N., cook, at $10 a m., $3 ; Filteau, Geo., engineer, 2 233 m. at $40. . .... 

Fredette, H., fireman, Sept. -Nov. 21 m. at $25 ; back wages, $4.40 , 

Gendon, Chas., captain, at $50 a m., $3.23 ; Guilbault, A., fireman, 2'3 m. at $25 

Joly, Adolphe, sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6*8 m. at $20 ; back wages, $13 

Labonte, Laz., sailor, at $20 a m., $6 ; Labrecque, S., sailor, at $20 a m., $6 

Lalonde, Miss R., cook, 2 m. at $10 ; Lemoine, Ed., watchman, 2 m. at $20 

Marcotte, Arthur, fireman, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6*8 m. at $25 ; back wages, $9 

Marcotte, H., sailor, at $20 a m., $3.87 ; Martineau, Z., engineer, July-Nov., \\ m. at $40. 

Matte, Omer, sailor, July-Nov., A\ m. at $20 ; back wages, $13 

Matte, Wm., fireman, Apl.-June, 23 m. at $25 

McLaren, Miss A., cook, at $10 a m., $4 ; McLaren, Miss R,, cook, 4 m. at $10 

Page, Nap., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6'8 m. at $20 ; back wages, SIS 

Peloquin, G., sailor, 1 m., $20 ; St. Arnault, A., sailor, at $20 a m., $6 

Valois, Henri, fireman, Apl.-June, 23 m. at $25, 10 d. at $1 

Matte, Capt. Raph., Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-Aug. 31, 13 hands, Sept., 11 hands 1-30. 

2 hands 1-27, Oct. 1-Nov. 15, 13 hands, Apl. 22- June 30, 13 hands, 4 meals each day at 

$10 per month each for 3 meals a day . 



Dredge 'Laval' : Day Crew (S3, 903. 44). 

Captain : B. Ladebauche, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7 "766 m. at $G0 , 

Arbour, Felix, sailor, July-Nov., 4 '766 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.93 

Aubut, Miss R., 2nd cook, 3 533 m. at $10 ; Arbour, Miss R., 2nd cook, at $10 a m., $8.71.. . 

Beaulac, Arthur, fireman, Mar.-June, 2' 167 m. at $25, 29 d. at $1 

Beaulieu, Miss R., cook, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6934 m. at $16, 1 d. at 60c 

Beliveau, Louis, fireman, July-Nov., 4 '766 m. at $25, 45 d. at $1 ; back wages, $12.93 

Bellerose, J. O., engineer, July-Dec, 5 '379 m. at $70 

Chapdelaine, W., fireman, Apl.-June, 2 167 m. at $25, 9 d. at $1 

Gendron, Frs., engineer, Mar.-June, 3 '226 m. at $70 

Germain, Oscar, sailor, Apl.-June, 2' 166 m. at $20 

Grouleau, Alfred, sailor, 6 ' 933 m. at $20, 1 d. at $1 ; back wages, $12.93 

Hardy, Geo., sailor, 6 933 m at $20, 1 d. at $1 ; back wages, $12.93 

Lafreniere, Alfred, mate, July-Nov., Apl.-June, G'933 m. at $35 , 

Lamothe, Edw , sailor, 2'160 m. at $20 ; Hebert, W., sailor, at $20 a m., $3.33 

Langlois, P., labourer, 1533 m. at $20 ; Laroche, Miss F., cook, 2 '367 m. at $10, 1 d. at 60c. 

Lemay, Eph., sailor, July-Nov., 4 '766 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.93 , 

Lussier, Vertume, 2nd engineer, 33 d. at $1 15 ; fireman, 12 d. at $1, at $25 am., $6.67 

Marion, J. B., fireman, July-Nov., 4'766 m. at $25 

Marcotte, O, sailor at $20 a m., $4 ; Matte, Victor, sailor at $20 a m., $7.33 

Piche, Ferd., sailor, July-Nov., 4'333 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12 

Salvail, H., sailor at $20 a m., $8.67 ; Thibault, A., fireman, 2 167 m. at $25, 9 d. at $1 

St. Michel, D., fireman, July-Nov., \\ m. at $25 ; back wages, $12.40 

St. Jacqu s, Jos., watchman at $20 a m., $15.33 ; back wages, $12 93 

Ladebauche, Capt. B., Sorel, boarding crew: July, 12 hands, 1-31, 1 hand, 1-27, 13 hands. 
Aug. 1-Oct. 31, Nov., 10 hands, 1-23, 17, 1-15, 1, 1-16, 1, 13-23, 3, 16-23, 1 18-23, 14 
hands, April, 26-30, May, 13 hands, 1-31, 1 hand, 1-11, June, 13 hands, 1-30, 1 hand, 
27-30 at $10 a m. each, $910.92; extra meals, 142 at 15c; paid for finding boat, $2 ; un- 
loading coal, 14 tons at 12£c 

Carried forward 

1— 4v 



$ cts. 


192,365 79 


131 6G 
151 ^ 


1,080 44 



335 16 
120 60 

25 50 
82 00 
70 08 

142 40 

203 00 

92 33 

59 40 

60 73 
149 00 

12 00 

60 00 

179 00 

183 87 

103 00 

57 50 

44 00 

149 00 

26 00 
67 50 



1,175 99 



466 00 

108 26 

44 04 

83 17 

111 54 

177 10 

376 57 

63 17 

225 81 

43 33 

152 59 

152 59 

242 66 

Hi 66 

54 93 

108 26 

56 62 

119 17 

11 33 

98 07 

71 84 

124 90 

28 2G 



935 97 



201,030 95 



V-50 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Snip Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Dredge 'Laval': Night Crew ($3,128 .75). 



; Max. Peloquin, July-Nov., \\ m. at 



Captain: Z. Champagne, May- June, 1*645 m. at 

«t;50.. 

Arbour,' i\, mate^ l'M6 m. at $30 ; Aubut, Miss R., 2nd cook, 1 in. at $10 .... 

Aussant, D., sailor, 1*645 m. at $20 ; Beliveau, Louis, fireman, 1*645 m. at $25.. . 

Beaulac, Arthur, fireman, July-Nov., 4^ m. at $25 ; back wages, $12.40 

Befurt, Donat, fireman, July-Nov., 4| m. at $25 ; back wages, $12 33 

Champagne, Zenon, mate, J uly-Nov., 4^ m. at $30 

Chapdelaine, P., sailor, 1*055 m. at $20 ; Chevalier, H., sailor, 1*645 m. at $20 

Chevalier, Jos., sailor at $20 a m., $5.16; Collette, Jos., sailor, 4*1 m. at $20 ; back wages, 



$12.40. 



Coulcombe, Simeon, sailor, July-Nov., May- June, 5*79 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.33 

Ducharme, Ed., fireman at $25 a m., $0.68 ; Gagne, H., fireman at $25 a m., $1.61 

Dumas, Theo., sailor, July-Nov., 4| m. at $20 ; back wages, $12 40 

Groleau, F., sailor, 1:045 m. at $20 "; Hebert, W., watchman, 1 * 666 m. at $20 

Kane, Edmond, fireman, 1*645 m. at $25 ; Langlois, P., fireman at $25 a m., $15.83 

Laroche, Mrs. P., cook at $10 a m., $36 29 ; Letendre, A., fireman, 2 m. at $25 

Leclaire, Wm, sailor, July-Nov., May, 4*558 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.40 

I/ussier, Vertume, engineer, July-Nov., May- June, 6' 145 m. at $40 

Marcotte, C, sailor, 4£ m. at $20 ; fireman at $25 a m., $15.62 ; back wages, $12.40 

Millette, Nap., sailor at $20 a m., $5.33 ; Paul, C, wa Lehman at $20 a m. $6.67. 

St. Pierre, Miss, cook, 1*645 m. at $10 ; St. Jacques, Jos., watchman, 4 m. at $20 

Thibault, A., fireman, 2*4 m. at $25, back wages, $4.80; Valois, P., sailor at $20 a m., $5.33 

Ladebauche, Capt. B., Sorel, boarding ciew: July, 12 hands, 1-31, 1, 1-28; Aug., 12 hands, 
1-31, 1 hand, 1-23; Sept., 10 hands, 1-30, 1 liand, 1-24, 1, 1-18, 1, 1-27, 1, 14-27; Oct., 
13 hands. 1-31 ; Nov., 13 hands, 1-15 ; May, 12 hands, 12-31, 1 hand, 12-21 ; June, 13 
hands, 1-26, 1 hand, 1-9 ; 4 meals a day at $10 each per month for 3 meals a day 

Dauphinais, Louis, Capt., boarding crew: 12 hands, 27-30 June, 4 meals a day at $10 per 
month each, for 3 meals a day 



Tug 'Frontenae' ($3,815.85). 

Archambault, Ls., fireman, 1 m. at $30 ; Boulanger, Narcisse, cook, 5*226 m. at $35 
Bellemare, Miss B.: cook, June, 1 m. at $20 ; 2nd cook, July-Dec, Apl.-May, 6*992 m. at $12 
Chamberland, Ls., July-Dec, Mar. -June : fireman, 5*992 m. at $30, 20^ d. at $1, 1 m. at $25; 

extra time, 14^ d. at $1 ; back wages, $28.97 

Chamberland, V., fireman, Apl.-June, 2*308 m. at $30 , 

Deblois, Moise, fireman, Sept.-Nov., 1,733 m. at $30 ; extra time, 4 d. at $1 

Fortin, Frs., mate : July-Dec, Mar., 5*419 m. at $50 ; Apl.-June, 3 m. at $60 

Fredette, H., fireman, at $30 a m., $5.81 ; Frenette, G., sailor, at $20 a in., $6 

Fienette, Jos., sailor, 6*443 m. at $20, extra time, $5.50 ; back wages, $14.73 

Goulet, Z., sailor, at $20 a m., $8.67 ; Lafranche, Mrs. G. A., cook, 1 m. at $12 

Guilbault, Alfred, fireman, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 6*379 m. at $30, 41i d. at $1, extra time, 13 

d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.67 

Henault, Victor, sailor, July-Dec, Apl.-June, 6*326 m. at $20, extra time, 10| d. at $1 ; back 

wages, $10.93 

Herouard, Victor, cook, Apl.-Ma.y, 1*341 m. at $40 

Joly, Narcisse, cook, July-Dec, Apl.-June, 7*992 m, at $35 

Lachance, J., cook, at $40 a m., $51.61 ; Lange, Adel., cook, at $10 a m., $27.93 

Laforest, H., sailor, at $20 a m., $16 ; Lavallee, R., fireman, at $25 a m., $5.53 , 

Lamarche, Mrs. M., cook, at $25 a m., $12.10 ; at $12 a m., $18.19 

Legendre, Ludger, 2nd mate, Jul;r-Dec, Apl.-June, 7*992 m. at $30 ; extra time, 6J d. at $1 ; 

back wages, $15.13 



Letendre, Arthur, 2nd evo-ineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 9*516 m. at $40 

Letendre, Jos., sailor, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 7*092 m. at $20, extra time, 5 d. at $1 ; back 

wages, $11 47 

Millette, Cha*., fireman, at $30 a m., $6.77 ; back wages, $20 

Nadeau, Alph., fireman, Nov.-Dec, at $30 a m., $17.90 ; back wages, $16 

Paul, Gregorie, sailor, Aug. -Sept., 1*1 m. at $20 ; extra time, $2.50 

Peloquin, Felix, fireman, July, at $30 a m., $25.16 ; extra time, $1.50 

Peloquin, Henri, fireman, Aug. -Sept., A pi., 1*146 m. at $30, extra time, 50c , 

Peloquin, Theo., fireman, 1*026 m. at $30 ; Verielle, G., sailor, at $20 a m., $4 

Roy, John, engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 9*709 m. at $50 

Samson, Jos., fireman, May- June, 1,161 m. at $30. 

Dredge Lady ' Aberdeen' : Day Crew ($4,334.09). 

Captain, Louis Dauphinais, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 8 m. at $60 

Antaya, Alfred, sailor, July-Dec, Apl.-June, 7*4 m. at $20 ; labour, 4 d. at $1 ; back wages, 

$14.2; 

Aussant, Paul, watchmen, at $20 a m., $18 ; back wages, $14.13. 



Carried forward, 



cts. 



201,030 95 



307 26 


59 35 


74 03 


124 90 


124 83 


135 00 


54 00 


99 56 


128 13 


11 29 


102 40 


66 23 


56 96 


86 29 


103 56 


245 81 


118 02 


12 00 


96 45 


70 13 


1,031 22 


21 33 


212 90 


103 91 


268 74 


69 23 


56 00 


450 97 


11 81 


149 10 


20 67 


260 56 


147 95 


53 64 


279 73 


79 54 


21 53 


30 29 


261 40 


380 65 


158 32 


26 77 


33 yo 


24 50 


26 m 


34 89 


34 77 


582 58 


34 84 



480 00 

166 27 
32 13 



208,653 95 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-51 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Dredge 'Lady Aberdeen' : Day Crew- Continued. 

Blette, Paul, fireman, July-Dec., Mar. -June, 7'6G7 m. at §25, 44 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.13 
Cardin, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7*666 m. at $20, 4 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.27.. 

Coutu, J. Bte., fireman, July-Oct., 4 m. at $25 

Dumas, Win,, engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 9"258 m. at $70 ........ 

Kane, Adelard, fireman, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 7 '667 m. at $25, 42& d. at $1 ; back wages 

$14.27 

Lamoureux, Albert, fireman 3*2 m. at $25, 50^ d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.13 

Laprade, Gilbert, sailor, 7'4 m. at $20 ; labour, 8 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.27! !.!.!!!!!!!! 

Laprade, -Mrs. G., cook, J\ily-Nov., Apl.-June, 7'4 in. at $10, 1 d. at 60c , .... ! ! 

Laprade, Miss M., 2nd cook, 7 '4 m. at $10, 1 d. at 00c . ..] 

Laiour, Alex., sailor, at $20 a m., $6 ; St. Pierre, Jos., mate, at $35 a m., $9.33! .!.!...! 
Paul, Theo., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7 '666 m. at $20, Gi d. at $1 ; back wages, $14!27! . 

Peloquin, Jas. ; mate, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7 "4 m. at $35 ; labour, 8 d. at $1 

Peloquin, Max., sailor, 7'GGG m. at $20 ; labour, 9 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.27.. 

St. Michel, Michel, watchman, at $20 a m. ; $15.33, 5 d. at $1 !!!!.!!..! 

Sundry : Aussant, B., $3 ; Latour, Miss A., $4.80 ; Latour, Miss L., $3 ; Paul Louis, $0 ! ! 
Dauphinais, Capt Ls., Sorel : boarding crew, 13 hands, July 1-Oct. 31, Nov., 13 hands, 1-27, 
1, 1G-27, April, 13 hands, 8-30, 1 hand, 8-21, May 1-June 30, 13 hands, at $10 per 
each, $1,005.33 ; extra meals, $51.30 ; coal,f20 tons at 12^c 



1 hand, 
month 



Dredge 'Lady Aberdeen': Night Crew ($3,544.25). 



Captain : Paul Cardin, July-Nov., 4 J m. at $50 ; Maxime Peloquin, Apl.-June, 23 m. at $50 
Aussant, Bruno, sailor, July Nov., Apl.-June, 6'8m. at $20, 13 d. at $1; back wages, $13^47 
Aussant, Paul, July-Oct , Apl.-June : watchman, 4 m. at $20; sailor, 23 m. at $20 lid 
at $1 



Bernard, Jos., fireman, 23 m, at $25 ; Champagne, Miss, cook, 2 "3 m. at $10, 1 d. at GOc 

Bnere, Moise, fireman, July-Nov., Apl.-June, G8 m. at $25 ; back wages, $13.33 

Cournoyer, Miss A., cook, 4^ m. at $10; Coutu, J.-Bte., fireman, \ m. at $25; b. w., $13 4? 

1 )enis, Chas., fireman, July-Nov., Ah m. at $25 ; back wages, $13.33 

Ducharme, Frs., fireman, 23 m. at $25 ; Ethier, O., sailor, 2*3 m. at $20 ......!..! 

Germain, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6'8 m. at $20 ; back wages, $13.33 

Joly, Adolphe, mate, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6*8 m. at $30 ! " ! # 

Labossiere, Alfred, sailor, July-Nov., A\ m. at $20 ; back wages, $13.33 \ ..... 

Lamoureaux, Albert, fireman, July-Oct., 4 m. at $25 !!!.!.!!! 

Latraverse, Nar., sailor, July-Nov., U m. at $20 ; back wages, $13.47. .!!!!!! 

Paul, Edouard, sailor, July-Nov., G'8 m. at $20 ; back wages, $13.33 ...!... 

Petit, Louis, engineer, July-Nov., Mar. -June, 7 "092 m. at $40 ; night engineer, 18i d. at $1 15 

St. Michel, Michel, watchman, May-June, 2 m. at $20 

Dauphinais, Capt. Ls., "Sorel, boardine: crew : 13 hands, July 1 -Nov. 15, 13 hands, Apl." 22- 
June 30, 4 meals a day, at $10 per month each for 3 meals a day 

Tug ' Cartier' : Day Crew ($2,518.75). 

Captain : Lucien Bernier, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 76GG in. at $50 

Belaire, Frs., engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 7 "516 m. at $50 ! . ! ! ! 

Bergeron, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7 633 m. at $20, 1 d. at $1, back wages, $i4' 
Caisse, Leonard, sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7-166 m. at $20 ; back wages, $10 27 

Cbarron, Noe, fireman, 7 '634 m. at $25, 38£ at $1 ; back wages, $14 

Dansereau, Jos., sailor, 7 '633 m. at $20, \ d. at $1 ; back wages, $13.73. ....!..! ! 

Deblois, Jos., fireman, July-Oct., 3'839 m. at $25 ; Denis, H., fireman, at $25 per month S4 03 
Ethier, Nap., fireman, 2 '03 m. at $25 ; Lemav, L., sailor, at $20 per month, $9 33 
Marcotte, A., fireman, lOi d. at $1 ; Matte, Thos,, engineer, 1355 m. at $50 



St. George, Albert, night engineer, 12^ d. at $1.15 ; fireman, at $25 per month, $21 67, 131 d 
at $1 ; back wages, 73c 

Trudeau, Mrs. V., cook, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7634 m. at $16. !!!!!!!.!..!!! 

Bernier, Capt. Luc, Sorel : boarding crew, 8 hands, July-Nov. 26 ; April, 6 hands 8-3iV 1 

• 8-22, 1, 8-21, 1, 22-30 ; 8 hands, May 1-June 30, at $10 per month each, $608 ; straw im- 
bedding, $2 ; meals, 6 at 15c 



Tug 'Cartier': Night Crew ($2,148.07). 

Captain : Lucien Lemay, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6 '8 m. at $40 

Auger, Pierre, sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6197 m. at $20 ; back wages, $7 87 

Daigle, R., sailor, 2 3 m. at $25 ; Daigneault, Jos., sailor, 2 "266 m. at $20 . ! " ' 

Deblois, Jos., fireman, h m. at $25 ; back wages, $13.27 

Ethier, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., 1 361 m. at $20 ; back wages, $2.80. ..... 

Ethier, Nap., fireman, July-Nov., 4£ m. at $25 ; back wages, $13 " ! 

Ethier, P.: sailor, 3361 m. at $20 ; fireman, 23 m. at $25 ; back wages, $8.73! 

Garneau, S., sailor, at $20 per month, $7.09 ; Leclaire, Pierre, sailor, at $20 per mont' 



$4.52 



1-4JV 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
208,653 95 



249 80 
171 60 
100 00 
G48 06 

248 44 
144 63 
170 27 
119 00 
74 60 

15 33 
174 10 
267 00 
176 60 

20 33 

16 80 



1,059 13 



340 00 
162 47 

140 00 

81 10 

183 33 

70 97 

125 83 

103 50 

149 33 

204 00 

103 33 

100 00 

103 47 

149 33 

304 94 

40 00 

1,182 65 



383 33 


375 80 


167 66 


153 60 


243 34 


166 89 


100 00 


66 83 


78 24 


50 02 


122 14 



610 90 



272 00 


131 S2 


102 83 


25 77 


30 09 


125 50 


133 46 


11 61 



219,205 72 



V-52 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Dredge ' Carticr ' : Night Crew— Continued. 

Mandeville, Ers., sailor, 3 '162 m. at $20 ; Mandeville, Miss O., cook, 6*767 m. at $10 

Page, E., sailor, 2*3 m. at $20 ; Piche, P., sailor, 1 338 m. at $20 ; back wages, $2.73 

St. George, Albert, engineer, July-Nov., Apl.-June, G'8 m. at $10 

Wilkie, Robert, fireman, July-Nov., 4^ m. at $25 ; back wages, $13 

Bernier, Capt. Luc, Sorel, boarding crew: 8 hands, July 1- Aug. 31, Sept., 1 hand, 1-30,7 
hands 1-26, 8 hands, Oct. 1-Nov. 15 ; April, 6 hands, 22-30, 2 hands, 23-30, 8 hands, May 
1- June 30, 4 meals a day, at $L0 per month each for 3 meals a day 



Dredge * Lafontaine ' ; Day Crew ($3,734.89). 

Captain, Albert Marcotte, Aug.-Nov., April- June, 5*9 m. at $60, 1 m. at $50 , 

Beaulac, Adel, fireman, Aug.-Dec, 3*384 m. at $25, 18 d. at $1 ; back wages, $6.80 

Beaulac, Firmin, engineer, Aug.-Dec, 4*58 m. at $70 

Blais. Zenon, sailor, Aug.-Nov., 3 '384 m. at $20 ; back wages, $6.80 

Blette, Arthur, fireman, Mar. -May at $25 a m., $23.23 ; 16i d. at $1 , 

Brook, Mrs. O., cook, Nov., April- June, 3 '367 m. at $16, 3 d. at 60c 

Cardin, Paul, mate, April- June, 2*766 m. at $35 '..... 

Chevalier, Antoine, Aug.-Nov., Mar.-Apl.: night fireman, 16J d. at $1.15; fireman, 3*384 m 

at $25, 15J d. at $1.25, 15 d. at $1 ; back wages, $6.8u , 

Ducharme, Colbert, sailor, 5*2 m. at $20, Ah d. at $1 ; back wages, $4.80 . ... 

Dumas, J., fireman, at $25 a m., $46.77 ; Furroy, A., sailor, at $20 a m., $7.33 

Gagne, G., fireman, 2 m. at $25 ; Joly, Ed., sailor, at $25 a m., $19.68 

Laprade, Nar., sailor, at $20 a. m., $9.68 ; Latour, Miss M. L., 2nd cook, at $10 am., $7.49. , 

Lavallee, Henri, fireman, Mar. -June, 1*122 m. at $25, 17| d. at $1 , 

Marcotte, Miss A., 2nd cook, 5*467 m. at $10, 3 d. at 60c 

Marcotte, Edmond, Aug.-Nov., Apl.: mate, 3*577 m. at $35; watchman, \ m. at $20; sailor 

5 d. at $1 

Marcotte, Ouide, fireman, May- June, 1*677 m. at $25 

Marcotte, Romeo : fireman, 5*384 m. at $20 ; sailor, at $20 a m., $12, 5 d. at $1 ; back wages, 



$6.80. 



$4. 



Matte, John, engineer, Mar. -June, 3*484 m. at $70 

Page, G., fireman, at $25 a m., $7.50 ; St. Pierre, Jos., sailor, at. $20 a m. 

Paul, Gregoire, sailor, 5*033 at $20, 5 d. at $1 ; back wages, $2.47 

Rajotte, Michael : sailor, 2*8 m. at $20, 5 d. at $1 ; labourer, 3J d. at $1 

Sauvageau, Noel, fireman, 3*884 m. at $25, 37^ d. at $1 ; extra time, 6 d. at $1 ; back wages 
$6.80 , 

St. Germain, Ls., sailor, 6*017 m. at $20, 6 d. at $1 ; back wages, $6.47 

St. Michel, Alex., Aug.-Nov., Mir. -Apl.: watchman, 4*184 m. at $20; labourer, 12 d. at $1 
back wages, $6.80. . , 

Valois, Miss M. L., cook, Aug.-Nov., 2*85 m. at $16 *. 

Marcotte, Capt. Albert, Sorel : boarding crew, Aug., 14 hands, 17-31 • Sept., 13 hands, 1-30 
1, 1-27; Oct., 14 hands, 1-31 ; Nov., 12 hands, 1-27, 2 hands, 1-22; April, 11 hands, 7-30, 
3 h., 7-22, 1 h., 13-30 ; 13 hands, May 1-June 30, at $10 per month each, $846.09; extra 
meals, 606 at 15c; unloading coal, 210 tons at 12^c ; telegram, 25c 



Dredge 'Lafontaine' : Night Crew (-$1,160.16). 



Captain, Edmond Marcotte, Apl.-Ju-ne, 2*3 m. at $50 , , 

Berard, Naz., sailor, 2*3 m. at $20 ; Charbonneau, E., sailor, 2*3 m. at $20. 

Chevalier, A., engineer, 2*8 m. at $40 ; Davignou, A., fireman, 2*3 m. at $25 , 

Drolet, H., fireman, 2*3 in. at $25 ; Hamlin, A., sailor, 2*3 m. at $20 

Guevremont, Miss V., cook, 2*3 m. at $10 ; Joly, H., sailor, 2*3 m. at $20 

Peloquin, W., mate, at $30 a m., $8 ; Savageau, N., fireman, 2*3 m. at $25 

St. Michel, A., watchman, 2 m. at 20 ; Thibaudeau, R., sailor, 2*3 m. at $20 

St. Pierre, Joseph, mate, Apl.-June, 2*033 in. at $30 

Marcotte, Capt. Albert, Sorel, boarding crew : 13 hands, Apl. 22-June 30, 4 meals a day, at 
$10 per month each for 3 meals a day 



Tug St. Francis : Day Crew ($2,255.54). 

Captain, Ephrem, Hamel, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7*667 m. at $50 

Beaudette, Miss O., cook at $16 a m., $27.20 ; Comtois, O , sailor, 2*3 m. at $20 

Clement, Adjutor, engineer 1*355 m. at $50 ; Chevalier, Nap., fireman, at $30 a m., $8 

Godin. Art,, fireman. Mar.-Apl., 22 d. at $1, at $30 a m., $6 

Godette, H., fireman, 2 m. at $30 ; Ethier, N., fireman, 18f d. at $1 

Goudreau, Jos. : sailor, 4*933 m. at $20 ; back wages, $13.27 - 

Guinard, Pierre : fireman, 10 d. at $1 ; extra firing, 4 d. at $1 ; sailor, 4 '933 m. at $20 ; back 

wages, $13.27 

Hamilton, Mrs. H., cook, 1 m. at $16 ; Hurteau, Adel, sailor, 2 m. at $20 

Hervieux, Honore, fireman, at $30 a m., $12, 2^ d. $2.50 



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St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Tug ' St. Fr 



Day Crew— Concluded. 



Mandeville, Miss 0., cook, at $12 a m., $59.20 ; Morasse, Geo., sailor, 2 m. at $20 ... 

Matte, Thos., engineer, July-Dec, Mar.-May, 7516 in. at $50 

Peloquin, Pierre : fireman, i'933 id. at $30, 8 d. at $1 ; back wages, $13.27 
Perreault, Zotique : sailor, 5 033 m. at $20, 3 d. at $1 ; back wages, $3 

Plante, Pierre, sailor, April, at $20 a m., $14, 3 d. at $1 

Hamel, Capt. Eph., Sorel : boarding crew, 7 hands, July 1-Aug. 31, Sept., hands, ' 1-30*5 h ' 
5-30, 7 hands, Oct. 1-Nov. 28, April, 5 hands, 10-30, 1 h., 22-30, 1 h., 23-30, 7 hands, Mav 
1-June 30, at $10 per m. each, $524.07 ; fare, G5c ..!.... 

Tug St. Francis: Night Crev) ($597.77). 

Captain, Hosanna Labrecque, Apl.-June, 2 3 m. at $40 

Blais, Jos., sailor, 2" 171 m. at $20 ; Champagne, Miss O., cook, 23 m.' at $10 

Chevalier, N., fireman, at $30 a m., $20.13 ; Ducharme, Ed., fireman, 1 m. at $30. . .'. . 
Godette, H., hreman, at $30 a m., $10 ; Guilbault, A., engineer. 1 226 m. at $40. 
Lamontagne, N., engineer, at $40 a m., $39.14 ; Morasse, G., sailor, at $20 a m., $2 67* 

Plante, P., sailor, 2 m. at $20 ; Rondeau, Louis, sailor, 2333 m. at $20 

Hamel, Capt. Eph., Sorel : boarding crew, Apl., 3 hands, 21-30, 3 h., 22-30, 1 h., 28-30* May 

1 hand, 1-31, 3 h., 6-31, 3 h., 6-27, June, 7 hands, 1-30; 4 meals a d. at $10 per m. each 

for 3 meals a day 



Tug Emilia : Day Creio (82,313.91). 



Captain, Remi Godin, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7 "866 m. at $50 

Benoit, Henri : sailor, July-Nov., 4866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $15.13 

Blette, P., night engineer, at $1.15, $14.37 ; Casaubon, Miss V., cook, 6' 988 m*. atfL&i d ' 60c 

Chapdelame, Jos.: fireman, July-Nov., Mar.- June, 7 633 m. at $30, 35A d. at $1 : 'back 

wages, $15 . 13 

Dupre, Donat, sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7 "437 m. at $20, 6 d. at $1. ". 

Guevreinont, J. Pte. : sailor, 3-633 m. at $20, 1 d. at $1 ; back wages $1.73 

July, J. B. : sailor, 7633 m. at $20; back wages, $15.13; Godin, A., fireman, 10i d. at Si' 

Laroche, Miss F., cook, July, at$16 a m., $10.32 

Mathieu, Johnny, engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 8 839 m. at $50. 

Godin, Capt. Remi, Sorel : boarding crew, 7 hands, July 1-Nov. 20, 7 hands, Apl. 6- June 30 

at $10 per m. each, $534.34 ; extra meals, 28 at 15c . ; sundry, $2 . 50 



Tug ' Emilia ' : Night Crew ($1,891.84). 



Captain: Arthur St. Martin, July-Sept, Apl.-June, 4767 m. at $40; Hasanna Labecqi 
Sept. -Nov., 2-043 m. at $40 l 



wages, $13 



Beaucage, Omer, sailor, Sept. Nov., 2^ m. at $20 ; back wages, $5 

Blette, Philippe : engineer, Apl.-June, 2'3 m. at $40 ; fireman, 7 d. at $1.1.5' .'....' 

Ethier, Pierre, sailor, 2 3 at $20 ; Desrosiers, Z., sailor, 2'3 m. at $20 

Frenette, Geo., sailor, 2 m. at $20 ; Grenier, Miss F., 2nd cook, at $10, a m. $10 97 
Godin, Arthur, fireman, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6-026 m. at $30 ; back wages, $7 47 
Goum, P., fireman, at $30 a m., $23.23 ; Hurteau, D., sailor, 4^ m. at $20; back ws 

Labossier, Culbert, sailor, Apl.-June, 2 - 3 m. at $20 

Lussier, Louis, engineer, July-Nov., 4.^ m. at $40 .'.'..'"..." 

Valois, Miss C, cook, Aug. -Nov., Apl -June, 57 at $10 : 

Paul Arthur, sailor, July-Nov., 4i m. at $20 ; back wnges, $13.33. .............[......' 

Godin, Capt. Remi, Sorel, boarding crew, 7 hands, July 1-Aug. 31, Sept'j 1 hand,' 1-30, ' 6 > h 
1-26, 7 hands, Oct. 1-Nov. 15, 7 hands, Apl. 22- June 21 ; 4 meals a day at $10 per month 

each for 3 meals a day 

Chevrier, Capt. R., Sorel, boarding crew, 7 hands, 11-19 June," 4 meals a day, at $10 a m. "for 
3 meals a day 



Tug 'John Pratt' ($2,407.G6). 

Captain, Raphael, Chevrier, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 8 m. at $60 

Antaya, Jos. : sailor, July-Sept., 3 m. at $20 ; back wages, $10.47 ...... 

Beaudry, Albert, sailor, at $20 a m., $14.67 ; Berard, Naz., sailor, 2 m. at $20 

Blais, J.-Bte., sailor, Apl.-June, 1*1 m. at $20, 3 d. at $1 

Boulanger, Leon : sailor, July-Nov., 5 m. at $20 ; backwages, $14. .......[....]...[ 

Courchene, Theo., sailor, 2 m. at $20 ; Blais, Jos., mate at $25 a m., $11.67! .'.'.'!."" 

Delorme, A., 2nd cook at $10 a m., $2.67 ; Frenette, J., sailor, 1 m. at $20 

Denis Frs July-Nov., Mar. -June: night engineer, 12£ d. at $1.15; fireman, 71 'm."at'$25, 

33 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.73 

Frenette, D.: sailor, 3'306 m. at $20, U d. at $1 ; back wages, $13.27. ... ...' ............ 

Franette, Thos.: wlieelman, 1*645 m. at $30 ; back wages, $14.80 " 

Latraverse, MissF., 2nd cook, 5 m. at $10; Latraverse, Miss A., cook,' 5 ni. at $25,' 21 a't'$i6 



Carried forward 233 



$ cts. 
226,364 07 



99 20 
375 80 
169 27 
121 54 

17 00 



525 32 



92 00 
66 42 
56 13 
59 03 
41 81 
86 67 



195 71 



393 33 


112 46 


126 79 


279 63 


154 73 


75 39 


178 29 


10 32 


441 93 



541 04 



272 00 
55 00 

100 05 
92 00 
50 97 

188 24 

126 23 
46 00 

180 00 
57 03 

103 33 



592 99 
28 00 



480 00 
70 47 
54 67 
25 00 

114 00 
51 67 
22 67 

239 60 
82 10 
64 15 

208 60 



,888 65 



V-54 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Tug ' John Pratt ' — Concluded. 

Lavallee, Henri : fireman, July-Dec., 4*87 m. at §25, 12 d. at §1 ; back wages, $10.27 

Lussier, Levis, engineer, Mar.-June, 3*484 m. at §50 . * ' ' 

Matte, John, engineer, July-Dec, 5 "419 in. at §50. . .... WW. 

Mongeon, Edw., fireman, Mar.-June, 2*1 at §25, 35 d. at §1 . . '.'.'. 

Mongrain, Jos., sailor, 1*266 m. at §20 ; McLaren, Miss A., 2nd cook, li m. at §10. .WW'.'.' 

Peloquin, Joseph, sailor at $20 a m., §14.67 * 

Valois, N., Oct. -Dec: sailor, 2 in. at §20 ; fireman, 10£ d. at §1 ; back wages, §4. ...... . 

Chevrier, Capt. R., Sorel : boarding crew, 8 hands, Apl. 28-30, 10 hands, May 1-31, 8 hands 
June 1-30, at §10 a m. each, §103.33 ; extra meals, §19.20 ' 

Dredge ' J. Israel Tartc .*' Day Crew ($2, 170.97 ). 

Captain, J. S. Michaud, Mar.-June, 3*484 m. at §60 

Beaudette, Alph., fireman and oiler, May-June, 1*411 m. at §25 WW 

Bilodeau, Jean, engineer, Mar.-June, 3419 m. at §75 ".'.'. 

Jionefant, Nap., Mar.-June : 2nd mate, 2 m, at §40 ; oiler at §25 a m., §12.90 WWW 

Champagne, Theo., 2nd engineer at §40 a m., §19.65 ; Bilodeau, E., oiler, 3*42 m. at §25. . . '. '. 

Chamberland, N., fireman, 1 m, at §25 ; Cournoyer, C, fireman, 1 m. at §25 

Cherrier, A. L., June : 2nd engineer at §40 a m., §30.67 ; fireman at §25 a m., §5.83. ... ...... , 

Doucet, Omer, 3rd engineer, Mar. -Apl., June, 2*516 m. at §30 

Dumas, Miss Ant., cook, 1 m. at §10 ; Dumas, Miss A., cook, 1 m. at §10 , 

Dumas, Mrs. A., cook, 1*55 m. at §16; Dumas, Miss R., 2nd cook at §16 a m., §5. 48.'.' WW. 

Dumas, Nap., sailor at §20 a m., §5.33 ; Gosselin, Leon, sailor, 1 m. at §20 WW". 

Guilbault, Henri, mate, Mar.-June, 3*484 m. at §50; Houde, J. Bte., fireman at §25 

am., §11.67 

Lavallee, P., fireman, 1*193 m. at §25; L'Heureux, Eug., oiler at §25 a m., §14 17 a 

§20, §8.67 

Latraverse, Regis, scowman, Mar.-June, 3*516 m. at §40 

Latour, Jos., sailor at §20 a m., §10.32 ; Latour, D., fireman, 1 m. at §25 *, 

Ladebauche, A., oiler, 3*29 m. at §25 ; Lemay, O., sailor, 1*516 m. at §20 

Milette, P., scowman, 1 m. at §40 ; Smith, Jos., sailor, 1*516 m. at §25 

Plante, Donat, sailor, June, 1 m. at §20. 

Rohe, Win., oiler at §25 a m., §10*83 ; St. Martin, F., fireman, 1*516 m. at $25 W. '. '. '. '. 

Michaud, Capt. Jos., Sorel : boarding crew, 7 hands, 12 days, 1 hand, 9 d. in Mar., 8 hands 

1-30 Apl., 7 hands, 1-31 May. 3 h., 12-M May, 4 hands, 16-31 May, 25 hands, 1-30 June 

1 hand, 1-12 June, at §10 a m. each, §474 ; extra meals, 33 at 25c, 575 meals at 15c. 



Dredge l J. Israel Tarte ' .* Night Crew ($199.34). 

Captain, Nap., Bonenfant, May, 1 m. at §40 ; Chevrier, Ad., oiler at §25 a m., §16.13 

Chamberland, Louis, fireman at §25 a m., §8.87 ; Cournoyer, Chas., fireman at §25 a m.,§8.06 

Doucet, O., 2nd engineer, 1 m. at §30 ; Dumas, Miss A., cook at §10 a m., §2.58 

Gosselin, Leon, sailor at §20 a m., §5.16 ; Latour, D., fi reman at §25 am., §4.03 

L'Herueux, Eug., sailor at §20 a m., §7.74 ; Millette, D., scowman a §40 a m., §16.77.. WW 

Plante, Jos., sailor at §20 a m., §3.87 ; Rohe, Wm., oiler at §25 a m.. §9.68 

Michaud, Capt. Jos., Sorel, boarding crew in May: 1 hand, 1-31, 11 hands, from time to time 
aggregating 113 da}*s at §10 a m. each 



Tug 'Lac St. Pierre' : Day Crew ($3,166.52). 

Captain, Louis Laforest, July-No v., April- June, 7*9 m. at §50 

Allard, Geo., fireman, 7*733 m. at §25, 23 d. at §1 ; back wages, §9.80 

Blads, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., April-June, 7*733 m. at §20, 5 d. at §1 ; back wages, §9.80. 

Bonin, Ovide, 2nd engineer, at §40 a m., §5.33, 5 d. at §1.15 ..' 

Boisvcrt, Jos., engineer, July-Jan., 6*387 m. at §50 ; board, §12.10 

Cardin, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., April-June, 7*2 m. at §20, 4£ d. at §1 ; back wages, §14.53.'.'! 
Denis, Miss W., cook, 4*9 m. at §16 ; Desrochers, A., sailor, 1*706 in. at §20; back wages 

§6.60 , 

Durocher, E., fireman, 7*7 in. at §25 ; back wages, §9.80 \\ 

Godin, Mrs. Aug., cook at §16 a m., §45.87 ; Labrecque, W., mate, at §25 a m., §66.67. . ." .' .' 

Laforest, Jos., captain, Jan., at §50 a m., §40.32 ; board, §12.10 

Laforest, Miss N., cook at §10 a m„ §15.48 ; Lavallee, Jos., sailor at §20 a m, §2 W . . 

Lavallee, Narcisse, engineer, April-June, 3 m, at §50 \ 

Latour, Miss M., 2nd cook, at §16 a m., §7.23 ; Leclerc, Arthur, sailor, at §20 a m., §3.33. 

Marcotte, H., sailor, Oct. -Nov., April- June, 4*733 m. at §20, 5 d. at §1 : back wages, $5 '. 

McLaren, Miss M., sailor, 2*660 m. at §20 ; Valois, Miss O., 2nd cook, at §10 a m., §38.94. 
Laforest, Capt. Louis, Sorel : boarding crew, July, 11 hands, 1-31, Aug., 10 hands, 1-31 

Sept., 8 hands, 1-30, 2, 1-21, Oct., 9 hands, 1-31, 1 h., 1-24, Nov., 10 hands, 1-27, lh ' 

1-4 April, 9h., 6-30, 1 h., 26-30, May, 10 hands, 1-31 June, 8 hands 1-30, at §10 a m! 

each, §749.74 ; extra meals, 782 at 25c, 385 at 15c; washing, §5 ; coal oil, §1 ' 



Carried forward. 



§ cts. 
238,888 65 



144 04 
174 19 
270 97 
87 50 
36 33 
14 67 
54 50 



212 53 



209 03 


35 29 


256 45 


92 90 


105 13 


50 00 


36 50 


75 48 


20 00 


30 25 


25 33 


185 85 


52 68 


140 64 


35 32 


112 57 


70 32 


20 00 


48 73 



568 50 



50 13 
16 93 
32 58 
9 19 
24 51 
13 55 

46 45 



395 00 


226 13 


169 47 


11 08 


331 45 


163 03 


119 13 


202 30 


112 54 


52 42 


17 48 


150 00 


10 56 


104 67 


92 27 



1,008 99 



240,420 21 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL. PAPER No. 1 



V-55 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Tug ' Lac St Pierre ' ; Night Crew ($457.35). 

Captains : Eph. Mongrain, May. 1 m. at $40 ; Pierre Pollette, 1161 m. at $40 

Bonin, O., engineer, 2 in. at $40 ; Oardin, Jos., fireman, at §25 a m., $13.33 

Chevalier, Ernest, sailor, at $20 a m., $10.67 ; Guay, T., fireman, at $25 a m., $6.67 

Guevremont, J. B., sailor, 1 i(il m. at $20 ; Laforest, R., sailor, 1 m. at $20 

Laforest, Ls., fils, sailor, at $20 a m., $3.23 ; Latour, Jos., fireman, at $25 a m., $29.03 

Peloquin, Theo., fireman, at $25 a m., $9.03 ; St. Martin, S., sailor, at $20 a m., $23.23. . . 

Valms, O., Miss, cook, May- June, 2 in. at $10 

Laforest, Capt, Louis, Sorel : boarding crew, 6 hands, 1-5 May, G h, 20-31 May, 8 hands, l-3( 
June, 4 meals a day, at $10 a month each for 3 meals a day 



Tuy ' Eureka ' (-$2,804.91). 

Captain, Jos.- Laforest : July-Dec, 5194 m. at $50 ; A pi. -June, 3 m. at $G0 

Beique, Miss, cook : July-Nov., 5 m. at $25 ; June at $30 a m., $24 

Bourbeau, P., cook, 9 d. at $1.50 ; Cardin, A., fireman, at $25 a. m., $28.79 

Biault, Sam., 2nd engineer and 2nd wheelman, July-Dec, Apl.-June, 8*703 m. at $40 

Caisse, L., sailor, 27 in. at $20 ; Charland, W. D., sailor, 1 m. at $20. 

Filteau, Em., engineer at $60 a m., $14 ; Fienette, O., sailor at $20 a m., $16.13 

Frenette, D., July-Dec, A [J. -June : wheelman, 4*345 m. at $30 ; fireman, 24 d. at $1 ; sailor, 

2-742 m. at $20 ; back wages, $8.80 

Frenette, Thos., wheelman, July-Oct., 3*355 m. at $30 

Garneau, Seraphin, fireman, Aug. -Dec, Apl.-June, 0*334 m. at $25, 2G d. at $1 ; back wages, 

$8 

Godin, Miss Ang., cook, 455 m. at $12 ; Hetu, Miss V., cook, at $25 a m., $1*67 

Joubert, Jos., fireman, at $25 a m., $22.58 ; Laforest, Miss M., 2nd cook, at $12 a m., $7.74. 

Labrecque. Wilfrid, mate, 3 033 m. at $25 ; back wages, $14.73 

Laprade, P., sailor, at $20 a m., $6.45 ; Latour, Alex., sailor, at $20 a m , $1.94 

Latour, Miss A., cook, at $25 a m., $2.42 ; McLaren, M., watchman at $20 a m., $11.83 
Latour, Miss M., 2nd cook, at $10 a m., 97c; Lavallier, Jos., sailor, 3 '936 m. at $20 ; back 

,vages, $12.73 . 

McLaren, Miss R., cook, at $12 a m., $1 .20 ; Normand, L., sailor, 4*184 m. at $20; b. w., $3. 
Richard, Miss, 2nd cook, 1 m. at $12 ; Rouleau, Frs., fireman, 7*8 m. at $25, 29 d. at $1; back 

wages, $12.67 

Roy, Alfred, engineer, July-Dec, Apl.-June, 8369 m. at $60 

Valois, Miss S., 2nd cook, May-June at $10 a m 

Chretien, Mrs. J. B., Montreal, boarding crew while in dry dock, 9 men, 11-25 A pi., 1 man, 

23-24 Apl. at $15 a month each 



Tug ' Champlain* : Day Crcio ($1,758.15). 

Captains : Pierre Pollette, Sept. -Nov., 2*766 m. at $50 ; Jos. Laforest, 5J d. at $1 .40 ; Zotique 
Cadieux, Apl -June, 2 * 866 m. at $50 .... 

Barron, Adel., sailor, Sept. -Nov., 2766 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14.13 

Boucher, J. Bte., sailor, 4*706 m. at $20, at $25 a m., $20 ; back wages, $14.13 

Guevremont, Henri, sailor, 3| m. at $20, 5 d. at $1 ; back wages, $1 

Langlois, Mrs. M., cook, Apl.-June, 2" 8 m. at $10 

Lavallee, Arthur, fireman, 5 166 m. at $30, 27 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.13 

Mathieu, Henri, night engineer, at $1.15, $33.92 ; fireman, 94 d. at $1 

Perreault, Euclide, sailor, 2 m. at $20 ; Robillard, J. Bte., fireman, at $25 a m., $10.50 

Picard, Mrs. L., cook, at $16 a in., $17.55; Paul, M., sailor, 23 m. at $20, back wages, $6.60 

Raymond, Leon : fireman, 6 d. at $1 ; sailor, at $20 a m., $16, 6 d. at $1 . . . 

Ra vniond, Ones., engineer, S.ept. Dec, Mar. -June, 6*709 m. at $50 

St. Jacques, Miss J., cook, Oct.-Nov. at $16 a m., $26.72 

Pollette, Capt. Pierre, Sorel : boarding crew, 7 hands, Sept. 1-Nov. 23 at $10 a month each, 
$103. 67 ; meals in cabin, 18 at 40c; meals in kitchen, 12 at 15c 

Cadieux, Zotique, Sorel, boarding orew, 7 hands, Apl. 7- June 30 at $10 a month each 



Tuy ' Chaiiplain' : Night Crew ($1,341.30). 

Captain : Arthur Boisvert, Sept. -INfov., 2h m. at $40 ; Wilfrid Labrecque, Apl.-June, 2*3 m. 

at $40 

Beaucage, O., fireman, Apl.-June, 2*3 m. at $30 ; Brooks, Alp., sailor, 2 133 m. at $20. . . . 

Blais, J., sailor, Sept -Nov.. 2h in. at $20 ; back wages, $12.33 

Chevalier, Mrs. M., cook, 21 in. at $10 ; Gobeil, Mrs. R., cook, at $10 a m., $16.77 

Gobeil, Adel., sailor, 2'3 m. at $20 ; Guevremont, A., cook, at $10 a in., $6.23 

Gauthier, Edouard, fireman, Sept. -Nov., 2h m. at $30 ; back wages, $5.40 

Lavallee, Art., engineer, at $40 a m. , $16 ; Morasse, Aug., sailor, at $20 a in., $3.33 

Lang, A., cook, at $10 a m., $4 ; Mathieu, Henri, engineer, 4*4 m. at $40 

Perreault, Euclide, sailor, 28 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.33 

Raymond, Leon, sailor, Sept.-Nov., May- June, 4*5 m. at $20 ; back wages, $8.20 

Carried forward - 



$ eta. 
240,420 21 



86 45 
93 33 
17 34 
43 23 
32 26 
32 26 
20 00 

132 48 



439 68 


149 00 


42 29 


348 13 


74 00 


30 13 


217 98 


100 65 


192 34 


56 25 


30 32 


90 56 


8 39 


14 25 


92 41 


87 88 


248 67 


502 19 


11 29 



68 50 



289 36 


69 46 


129 46 


76 00 


44 80 


196 13 


43 42 


50 50 


70 15 


28 00 


335 48 


26 72 


202 67 


196 00 



192 00 


111 67 


62 33 


37 77 


52 23 


80 40 


19 33 


180 00 


68 3:'. 


98 20 


246,342 88 



V-56 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward 

Tug ' Champlain' : Night Creiv — Concluded. 

Oadieu, Capt. Zatique, Sorel, boarding crew, 7 hands, Apl. 22- June 30, 4 meals a d. at $10 a 
in. each for 3 m. a d 

Pollette, Capt. Pierre, Sorel, boarding crew, Sept., 2 hands, 1-30, 5 hands, 1-26, 7 hands, Oct. 
1-Nov. 15, 4 meals a d. at $10 a m. for 3 meals a day 

Dredge 'No. 6,' ($2,952.78). 

Captain, James Wright, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7767 m. at $80; board allowance, 237 d. 

at$l • 

Beliveau, A., sailor, July, 1 m. at $25 ; board allowance, $12 

Guevremont, J. Bte., sailor, at $25 a m., $12.90 ; board allowance, $6.19 

Hardy, L., sailor, 6 571 m. at $25 ; board allowance at $12 a m., $78.85 

Laprade, A., sailor, Aug.-Nov,, Mar.- June, 57 m. at $25; bo ird allowance at $12 a m., 

$68.40 

Marcotte, Jos., watchman, 7'6 m. at $25 ; board allowance at $12 a m., $91.20 

Mercier, Jos., sailor, Aug.-Nov., May-June, 5'636m. at $25 ; board allowance, 5 '636 m. at 

$12'; due in July, $2.42 

Mongeon, Ls., fireman, 7'7 m. at $35 ; back wages, $5 ; board allowance, 7 7 in. at $12 

Peloquin, Chas., cranesman, 7 "7 m. at $50 ; board allowance, 77 m. at $12. . . . . 

Savard, L., sailor, July-Nov., 47 m, at $25 ; board allowance, 47 m. at $12 

Savard, Naz., sailor, May-June, 2 m. at $25 ; board allowance, 2 m. at $12. . . , 

Tug ' M. F. Parsons' ($1,137.69). 



Captain, Ephrem Mongrain, July-Nov., 5 m. at $50 

Ducharme, Alex., engineer, 49 m. at $45 ; Durocher, A., fireman, 1*538 m. at $30 

Forcier, Jos., sailor at $20 a m., $8.39 ; Guevremont, J. B., sailor at $20 a m., $6.62 , 

Lange, P., cook, at $12 a m., $2.32 ; Leclerc, A., sailor, 1033 m. at $20 

Marcotte, Horace, sailor, Aug. -Oct. 1, 1 ' 516 m. at $20 

Matte, Victor, sailor, at $20 a m., $24.35 ; back wages, $2.60 ; fireman at $25 a m., $8.28. . . 

Trempe, Arthur, sailor, 2 064 m. at $20 ; back wages, $4.20 

Trempe, Mrs. Arthur, cook, Aug.-Oct., 203 m. at $12 

Mongrain, Eph., Sorel, boarding crew, &c: 8 hands, 1-30, 1 hand 23-30 Sept. at $10 am 
each, $82.67 ; extra meals to 20 men loading pitch pine at Quebec from Juine 26 to July 
9, 801 at 15c:. ; meals to men on tug Parsons, 144 at 15c 

Mongrain, Ls., Sorel, boarding crew : Aug., 8 hands, 17-31, Oct., 3 hands, 1-31, 1 hand, 1-18, 
Nov., 2 hands, 1-15, $84.52 ; extra meals, 378 at 25c, 221 at 20c . . . 

Tug ' Brydgcs,' July- Aug.: Day Crew ($563.71). 



Captain, Pierre Pollette, July- Aug., 2 in. at $o0 

Barron, Adel., sailor, 2 m. at $20 ; Boucher, J. Bte., sailor, 2 m. at $20 

Ducharme, Mrs. P., cook at $16 a m., $7.23 ; Lavallee, A., fireman, 2 m. at $30 , 

Lamirande, Mrs. P., cook at $16 a m., $3.10 ; Paul, M., cook, 1 m. at $20 

Picard, Mrs. Lea, cook at $16 a m., $21 .68 ; Raymond, Ones., engineer, 2 m. at $50 

Robillard, Jos., sailor, 1 m. at $20 

Pollette, Capt. Pitre, Sorel, boarding crew : 7 hands, July 1-Aug. 31, at $10 a m. each, $140 
extia meals, 78 at 15c • • 



Tug 'Brydgcs,' July- Aug.: Night Crew ($544-89). 



Capba-'n, Arthur Boisvert, 2 in. at $40 ; engineer, H. Mathieu, 2 m. at $40. 

Blais, J. Bte., sailor, 2 m. at $2), extra firing, $2 ; Chevalier, P., fireman, 1709 in. at $30. 
Cnevalier. Miss M., 2nd cook at $10 a m. $13.55 ; Falardeau, Leon, sailor at $20 a m., $8.39. 

Gauthier, Edw., fireman at $30 a m., $5.81 ; Lalonde, K., 2nd cook at $10 a m., $4.51 

Perreault, Ulric, sailor, 2 m. at $20 ; Pollette, Mrs. P., 2nd cook at $10 a m., $1.93 

Raymond, Leon sailor at $20 a m. $31.61 

Pollette, Capt. P., Sorel, boarding crew : July, 7 hands, 1-31, Aug., 6 hands, 1-31, 1 hand. 
1-29, 4 meals a day at $10 a m. each for 3 meals a day , 



87. 



Dredge 'No 8' ($2,882.27). 

Captain, Narcisse Dauphinais, July-Nov, 4 '867 m. at $60 

B'ai« Zenon, mate, 3 m. at $35 : Champagne, W., sailor at $20 a in., $29.68.. 
Blett'e, Arthur, fireman, July-Dec, 4 415 m. at $25, 9i d. at $1 ; back wages, 

Dauphinais, J. Bte., carpenter, July-Nov., 132 d. at $1.00 

Dufresne, D., sailor, 1 m. at $20 ; Ethier, Omer, sailor, 3 '382 m. at $20 ; back wages, $6.80, 

Gendron,' Frs'., engineer, July-Dec, 5 '226 m. at $60 

Joubert Alex., fireman at $25 a m., $9.68 ; Lahaie, Jos., sailor at $20 a in., $40 

Lacomb'e, A., fireman, 2867 m. at $25, 4 d. at $1 ; back wages. $5.73 

Carried forward , 



$ cts. 
246,342 88 

214 06 
224 44 



858 33 


37 00 


19 09 


243 12 


210 90 


281 20 


210 94 


366 90 


477 40 


173 90 


74 00 


250 00 


266 63 


15 01 


22 97 


30 33 


35 23 


45 49 


24 39 


224 42 


223 22 


100 00 


80 00 


67 23 


23 10 


121 68 


20 00 



151 70 



160 00 
93 29 
21 94 
10 32 
41 93 
31 01 

1S5 80 



292 00 


134 68 


128 75 


211 20 


94 45 


313 55 


49 68 


81 40 


253,286 76 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-57 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward 

Dredge 'No. S' — Concluded. 

Lavallee, Raoul, fireman, July-Aug., 1 71 m. at $25 

Mondon, Geo., sailor, July-No v., 4S66 ni. at $20 ; back wages, $13.27 

Patenaude, Mrs. M., cook, 4 m. at §12, at $1(5 a m., §13.87 ; 2nd cook at $10 a m., $8.67 .. . 

Perreault, F. X., sailor, 1 m,, $20 ; Rajotte, Miss M., 2nd cook, 4 in. at $10 

Rajotte, Michael, sailor, July-Nov-, 4 '806 m. at §20 ; back wages, $13.40. ." 

St. Michael, Michael : watchman, 1 m. at §20 ; sailor, 3" 8(50 m. at $20 ; back wages, $13.40 

St. Pierre, Felix, mate at $35 a m., $05.33 ; Benoit, Nap., fireman at $25 a m., $7.26. . . . 

Trempe, Jos., July-Dec : sailor, 4*866 m. at $J0 ; fireman, 9£ d. at $1 ; back wages, $13.40 

Vigneau, A., sailor, Aug. -Nov., 3'8GG m, at $20 ; back wages, $7.73 

Dauphinais, Capt. IS arcisse : boarding crew, July, 12 hands, 1-31, 1 hand, 1-29, Aug., 13 
hands, 1-31, 2 hands, G-23, Sept., 14 hands, 1-30, 13 hands, Oct. 1-Nov. 2G, at $10 a m 
each, $G53.G3; board cf J. B. Dauphinais, carpenter, Sept.-Oct., 2 m. at $10; extra 
meals, -204 at 15c ; loading coal, G18 tons at 12hc. ; sundry, $2.61 



Tug ' Jessie Hume,' Day Crew ($1,778.42). 

Captains: Gustave Leboeuf, July-Nov., A p 1 . -June, 7'4m. at $50; board, 46 m. at $12; Eph 
Mongrain, captain, June, 1 m. at $40 

Auger, Nap., cook, 1 d., $1.50 ; Beaudette, O., sailor, 23 m. at $20, 5 d. at $1 

East, Jos.: May-June, fireman, 1*355 m. at $30 ; sailor at $20 a m., $12.90 

Ethier, Nap. , fireman, G d. at $1 ; Falardeau, L., sailor at $20 a m., $2.67 

Gouvremont, Miss. M., cook at $16 a m., $12.50 ; Dumas, Miss. V., cook at $12 a m., $9.02. . 

Hervieux, Honore, July-Nov.: fireman, 5 m. at $30; extra time, 1 d. at $1; back wages, 
$13 . 07 ; board allowance, 5 m. at $12 

Leboeuf, E., sailor, 1 m. at $20 ; Mandeville, Miss. O., cook at $16 a m., $12.27 

Mailhiot, A.: sailor, July-Nov., 4' 6 m. at $30 ; board allowance, 4'6 m. at $12 

Pitre, Emile : engineer, July-Dec, 8 187 m. at $50 ; board allowance, 5 '388 m. at $12 

Valois, Jos. : fireman at $30 a m., $28.35, 5^ d. at 1 ; Valois, P., sailor, 2 133 m. at $20 

Leboeuf, Capt. Gustave, Sorel : boarding crew, Apl., 5 hands, 22-30 ; 2 hands, 27-30 ; May, 6 
hands, 1-31, 1 hand, 1-20; June, 7 hands, 1-30 at $10 a m., each, $154.12 ; extra meals, 
152 at 15c 

Tug 'Jessie Hume,'' Night Crciv (May) (-$120.31). 

Captain, Pierre Pellette, at $40 a m., $15.48 ; Ally, A., sailor, at $20 a m , $7.74 

Blais, Jos., sailor, at $20 a m., $2.58 ; Beaudette, Miss. O., cook, at $10 a m., $3.87 

Blais, W., sailor, at $20 a m., $6.45 ; Clement, A., engineer, at $40 a m., $6.45 

Falardeau, L., fireman, at $30 a m., $18.39 ; Guilbault, A., engineer, at $40 a m., $6.45 

Leboeuf, E., sailor, at $20 a m., $10.32 ; Robillavd, J., fireman, at $30 am., $9.68 

Leboeuf, Capt., Gustave, Sorel : boarding crew, May, 11 hands, from time to time aggregat- 
ing, 77 d., 4 meals a day., at $10 a m. for 3 meals ad , . 

Dredge 'Baldwin? ($511.84). 

Captain, Ls. Dauphinais, 1 m., $60 ; engineer, F. Beaulac, 2h, m. at $70 

Antaya, A., sailor, at $20 a m., $5.33 ; Beliveau, Ls., fireman, 8 d. at $1 

Befort, Donat., fireman, at $25 a m., $6.67, 44 d. at $1 

Cournoyer, N., sailor, at $20 a m., $5.33 ; Dauphinas, N., fireman, 25 d. at $1 .75 

East, J., labourer, 1^ d. at $1 ; Hurteau, A., fireman, at $25 a m., $6.67, 48 d. at $1 

Laprade, G., sailor, at $20 a m., $5.33 ; Laprade, Mrs. G., cook, at $16 a m., $4.27 

Laprade, Miss. M 2nd. cook, at $10 a m., $2.67 ; Lussier, L., fireman, 7 d. at $1 

Mandeville, O., fireman, at $25 a m., $6.67, 9 d. at $1 ; Paul, P., sailor, at $20 a m.. $5.33.. . 
Mondor, Geo., sailor, at $20 a m., $5.33, 10 d. at $1 ; Peloquin, J., mate, at $35 a m., $9.33. 

Trempe, Jos., watchman, June, at $20 a m., $5.33 

Dauphinas, Capt. Ls , boarding crew, 14 hands, 23-30 June, at $10 a m. each 



Tug 'Lord Stanley' ($611.11). 

Captain, G. Fortin, at $60 a m., $48 ; Bernier, Thos., sailor, at $22 a m., $13.93 

Baker, Wm., 2nd engineer, 2 m. at $45 ; back wages, $12 

Beaulieu, D., watchman, at $22 a in., $16.13 ; Bernier, C, mate, at $50 a m., $36. G7. . 

Caron, E., mate, at $35 a \i\., $28 ; Coulcombe, W., cook, at $40 a m., $32 

Gagnon, O., sailor, at $22 a m., $16.13 ; Guay, J., fireman, at $25 a ni.,_ $13.33 

Garneau, S., fireman, at $2.") a m., $10.83; Lemieux, J., 2nd cook, at $22 a m., $16.13 
Matton, G. F., fireman, at $25 a m., $12.50 ; Moreau, P., sailor, at $22 a m., $16.13 . 

McMillan, L., oiler, May- June, 2 m. at $35 ; back wages, $9.33 

Nesbit, John, engineer, May- June, 2 m. at $75 ; back wages, $20 

Carried forward 



$ cts 


253,286 76 


42 74 


110 60 


70 54 


60 00 


110 73 


110 73 


72 59 


120 48 


85 06 



'93 09 



465 20 


52 50 


53 55 


8 67 


21 52 


224 07 


32 27 


193 20 


474 00 


76 52 



176 92 



23 22 
6 45 

12 90 

24 84 
20 00 

32 90 



235 00 

13 33 

50 67 

49 08 

56 17 

9 60 

9 67 

21 00 

24 66 

5 33 

37 33 



61 93 


102 00 


52 80 


60 00 


29 46 


26 96 


28 63 


79 33 


170 00 


257, S85 00 



V-58 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Tug 'De Levis,' Map- June ($359.38). 

Captain, Thos. Frenette, 1 m. §50 ; mate, J. Bte. Blais, at $25 a m., $18.33 

Blette, Wilfred, fireman, 1 m. at $27, at $25 a m., $18.33/7i d. at $1 

Boisvert, Jos., engineer, 2 m. at $50 ; Frenette, G., sailor, at $20 a m., $14.67 

Martineau, A., fireman, 1 m, at $27, at $25 a m., $18.33, 7i d. at $1 

Mongrain, Jos., sailor, at $20 a m., $14.67; Pominville, Miss, cook, at $12 a m.,$10 

St. Louis, Thos., sailor, at $20 a m., $16.67 ; St. Louis, Miss J., cook, at $25 a m., $20.83. ., 
Chevrier, Capt. R., Sorel, extra meals to crew, 57 at 15c , 



Neio Tug 'No. 7,' Mar. -Apt (-$135.69). 



Engineer, Jos. Boisvert, 1'484 m. at $50 

Blette, W., fireman, 31 £ d. at $1 ; Martineau, A., fireman, 30 d. at 81 



. Barges, Stone Lifters, &c. 
Stone lifter No. 2 ($454)— 

Captain, Louis Roberge, July-Nov. , 4 ' 767 m. at $50 ....... 

2nd Captain, Chas. Millette, July-Nov., 5 m. at $30 ; extra tima, 7£ d. at $1 

Roberge, Capt. Ls., Sorel, boarding crew, July, 2 hands at $10 a m. each, 1 hand, 

1-Nov. 23, $57 . 67 ; telegrams, 50c 

Coal Barge No 1 ($382)— 

Captain, Jos. Beliveau, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 1\ m. at $50 

Beliveau, Capt. Jos., Sorel, extra meals, 35 at 20c 

Coal B,arge No. 2 ($369.60)— 

Captain, Oscar Duchaime, July-Nov., 4 '866 m. at $50 

Captain, Alfred Paquette, Apl.-June, 2 '525 m . at $50 

Coal Barge No. 3 ($102.40)— 

Captain, Oct. Ducharme, May- June, 4 m. at $50 

Desrosieivi, Mrs. N., cook, June, 4 d. at 60c 

Barge Waveriy — 

Captain, Frs. Beausoleil, July-Nov. , 4 ' 9 m. at $50 

Barge Caroline ($249 . 40)— 

Captain, Arthur Lavallee, July-Nov., 4'9 m. at $50 , 

Lavallee, Capt. Arthur, extra meals, 22 at 20c , 

Yacht Marie — 

Engineer, Horm. Robitaille, 13 d. at $1 . 25 , . . 



Augr. 



Total wages and board (shops and vessels) 

Detailed in 1900-1 (wage.s and board for June 1901). .(Page V- 



-37). 



Less — Charged to : — 

New dredging plant, Maritime Provinces 

ii ii Ontario and Quebec. . 

M it New Hyd. dredge, Ont. 

n ii Generally 

Dredging, Ontario and Quebec. 



) 

) 

) 

) 

) 
Dredge Vessels Repairs (Pa£e V — ) 

19,536 74 

June, 1902, v ages, &c., charged to 1902-3 24,969 61 



.(Page V— 
.(Page V— 
.(Page V— 
.(Page V— 
.(PageV- 



12,861 02 
9S0 23 

3,923 30 
548 71 
103 94 

1,113 54 



Total wages and board (carried to Page V— 35), 



Hydrograpliic Survey of St. jLawrence. 

Engineer in charge : G.' J. Desbarats, July- Aug., 2 m. at $200; travel and outlay, $126.28; 

less advance, 1900-1, now acct. for $50 

Engineer in charge, Eugene D. Lafleur, 1 m., Sept., $250 

Engineer in charge, Paul E. Parent, Oct.-Jun»>, asst., July-Sept., in all, 365 d. at $4.50; 

travel and outlay, $125 . 54 

Assistant engineer, Arthur, Amos, July- June, 365 d. at $4 ; travel and outlay, $106.40 

Asst. engineer, R. Bickerdike, jr., July-June, 365 d. at $4 ; travel and outlay, $125.29 

Asst. engineer, L. R. Volignv : July-Dec, 184 d. at $3.50; Jany.-June, 181 d. at $4 ; travel 

and outlay, $74.40 

Assistant, A. Decary, July- June, 365 d. at $3 ; travel and outlay, $63.92 

Assistant, Chas. McGreevy, July- June, 365 d. at $3 ; travel and outlay, $31.30 

Assistant, John Hauliston, May 11 to June 30, at $100 a month , 

Draughtsman, C. Brousseau, July- June, 365 d. at $2.50 ; travel and outlay, $5.15 

Assistant, A. A. Gobeil, July- June, 305 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $1 .60 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
257,885 00 



68 33 

52 83 
114 67 
52 83 
24 67 
37 50 
8 55 



74 19 
61 50 



238 33 
157 50 

58 17 

375 00 

7 00 

243 33 

126 27 

100 00 
2 40 

245 00 

245 00 
4 40 

16 25 



260,198 72 
14,367 77 

274,566 49 



44,506 35 
230,060 14 



476 28 
250 00 


1,768 04 
1,566 40 
1,585 29 


1,442 40 

1.158 92 

1,126 30 

367 74 

917 65 

731 60 



11,390 62 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-59 



Ilytirograplslc Survey of St. Lawrence — Continued. 



Brought forward., 



Assistant, J. 0. Martineau, July-June, 365 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $32.75. 

Assistant, H. Melancon, July- J uno, 305 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $29.25 

Assistant, J. N. Mercure, July-June, 305 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $1.75 

Assistant, E. 0. Roy, July-June, 305 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $22.74 

Assistant, A. R. Shehyn, July-June, 305 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $14.40 

Assistant, Louis Hurtubise, June 10 to 30, 21 d. at $1 . 50 

Assist ant, Joseph Labelle, July- Aug., June, 44 d. at $1.50 

Engineer of Str. Marie, Philippe Blette, June-Nov., 5 060 m. at $40; travel and outlay, 

$1.55 

Engineer of vacht Marie, H. Robitaille, May, lm 

Rent of vacht and engineer, R. Wilkie, Sept. -Oct., 30 d. at $3 50 

Garters, days at $2 : John Lenneville, 9 ; W. Robitaille, 4h ; H. Tellier, 8 

Carters, days at $1 .75 : B. Bouchard, 19*, I., 5, Trefrle, 12.^; Jos. Descoteau, 15; Narcisse 

G&inas, 25; N. G. Gingras, 7; W. Melancon, 15; Urbain Noel, 33; Xavier Noel, 34; 

Wm. Paquin, 50£ ; J. D. St. Pierre, 23 ; D. St. Pierre, 18 

Chainmen, days at $1.50 : Antoine John 17, Thos. Bernaquer48, C. Bourassa 9, J. E. Drouin 

74, P. Dugal 17, J. Durocher 13, J. Gautlner 17, Jas. Kane 30, Jos. 30, A. Lebel 75J, N. 

Lesage 3, Ere. Noel 3, H. Peloquin 30, Ls. Rousseau 30, W. Scott 17, X. Veillette 12£, 

Wm. Wilbrenner 17 

Sounders, days at $1.50: Alex. Collins 54, J. E. Drouin 28, T. Lamothe 34, Jos. Meteiver 

05, D. St. Pierre 15 

Beacon shifters : R. Gingras, 21 d. at $1.50; Lucien Levasseur, 27 d. at $1.50, 42 at $1.25; 

Philippe St. Pierre, 77 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1.50 ; Aug. Beauchesne, 16^ ; W. Boisvert, 24 ; Edvv. Cloutier, 35 ; J. 

E. Drouin, 28 ; Thos. Drouin, 6^; P. Dugal, 26 ; R. Gingras, 55 ; A. Jobin, 7 ; G. Mas- 

sieatte, 27i ; Tel. Lamothe, 55 ; J. D. St. Pierre, 24 ; D. St. Pierre, 19 ; Arthur Turcotte, 

6 ; payments under $5, 6h d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25, in all, 19i , : . . . . 

Labourers, days at $1, in all, 33 , 

Pilots : A. Gagnon, 101 d. at $1.75 ; Jos. Antaya, 85 d. at $1 

Arcand & Freres, Champlain : spruce, 205 ft. at $20, 1,240 ft. at $16 ; sundry small items, $5.99 
Baptist, Alex., Three Rivers : pine, 104 ft. at $40 ; 003 ft. at $30; 4 frames at 50c; sundry 

i ems, $11.24 

Beauchemin & Cie, Sorel, st°el buoys, according to plans, 2 at $25 

Begin, J( s. & Cie,, Three Rivers, fruits, vegetables, etc 

Blais, Pierre, Three Rivers, carpenter work, 11 1 d. at $1.50 

Brunelle, J. A., Champlain, sundry hardware, &c 

Brunelle, Louis & Frere, Three Rivers, provisions 

Carbonneau, Emile, Three Rivers : pipe, 16^-in. dia., 5^ ft. at $1 ; oil cans, 4 at 50c; sundry 

small items, $5.42 . . 

Chagnon, F. N., Screl ; groceries and provisions 

Charbonneau, Albert, Three Rivers, meats and poultry , 

Chevrier, Capt. R., St. Joseph de Sorel, sundry provisions and pettj expenses re str. John 

Pratt ... 

Chinic Compagnie : hose, l|-in., 50 ft. at 23hc; sundry, 00c 

Dtsbarats & Co., Montreal, engraving and proving small sample map 

Deslauriers, T., Three Rivers : rent of boat, 13 d. at 50c; sundry, $5.65. 

Dominion Foundry, Sorel, 2 C. I. Stations for survey, 1,000 lbs. at 2|c 

1' relet, John, Quebec, provisions 

Dufresne, Geo., Three Rivers, board of crew str. Marie 

Dugal, Pru ent, Three Rivers, 50 poles for survey 

Fi ancoeur, Alf. et Cie., Sorel, provisions 

Frenette, J. Thos., Portneuf : white spruce poles, 30 ft. long, 4-in. at top, 14 at $1.25 ; poles. 

25 to 30 ft. long, painted white, 50 at 50c 

Giguere, Jos. B. & Co., Montreal, provisions . . 

Giguere, J.-Bte. Oontrecoeur : perpetual right of way for pole on He au Rats, $5; rent of 

flag, 4 y. at $1 ; legal fees, $8 

Gouin, P. A., Three Rivers, hardware 

Htarn& Harrison, Montreal: 1 binoculer, $58; 1 No. 1,095 telescope, $50; 1 vernier com- 
pass, $17 50 : theroinometer, $5 ; 2 at $4.50 ; plumb bobs, 3, $5.85 ; repairs to transits, 

1 at $21.50, i at $15 ; 1 eye piece prism. $12.57 ; sundry, $10.33 

Lachapelle, Leon, Sorel, meat and poultry supplies 

Lajoie, Frere et Cie, Three River,, : red cotton, 32 yds. at 12c, 1742 yds. at 10c; yellow cotton 

225 yds. at 8c, 24 yds. at Oc. ; duck, 15 yds. at 17c ; sundry, $1 .35 

Laquerre, Th., Batescom, board of E. O. Roy, Oct. 1 to 17. . 

Lanviere, Jacques, Three Rivers : 1 cabinet for plans, $13 ; 1 door frame, $2.50. 

Laurin, Alph., Three Rivers : leather cushions, 4 at $1.50 ; 1 table, $2.50 ; sundry, $1.07 

LuckerhofT & Bio., Ottawa : galv. iron floaters, 8 at 75c; forged iron pieces, 14 at 30c; sundry, 

$5.10 

Malone, James C, Three Rivers, coal for yacht Marie, 13 tons at $5.25 

Marchaud, Zeph. & fils, Three Rivers : stove coal. 1601 tons at $6.25, 836 at $6 ; steam coal, 
126 tons at $3.50, 3-14 at $5.25 ; sundry, £2.50 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

11,390 02 

762 75 
759 25 
731 75 
752 74 
744 40 
31 50 
66 (JO 

228 21 
40 00 

105 00 
43 00 

450 61 



664 50 


294 00 


240 00 


504 00 
24 39 
33 00 

201 75 
31 13 


35 49 
50 00 
37 88 
17 25 
28 15 
131 89 


12 92 

83 99 
105 42 


82 44 
12 35 
15 00 
12 15 
34 00 
19 43 
19 50 
15 00 
25 65 


42 50 
35 02 


17 00 
103 08 


204 75 

71 07 


44 63 
17 00 
15 50 
10 17 


15 30 
08 26 


179 97 


19,782 56 



V-60 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Hydrograpliic Survey of St. Lawrence — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Mitchell, Robt. Co., Montreal : 3 elec. portables, 3, 10-in. green cone shades, 3 sockets and 

holders, $12 ; 3 plugs 60c 

Morrissette, Geo., Three Rivers, plumbing 

Paquin, Win., Three Rivers : 2 trips moving shanty, $5 ; sundry trips, $5.75 

St. Charles, F. X. , Montreal, provisions 

Turgeon, P. L., Quebec : provisions, $15.93 ; matches, 30c 

Walker, James, Hardware Co., Montreal : dynamite, 50 lbs., $12.60 ; nut crackers, 6 at 75c; 

sundrv. $2.50 

Wallace, Wm., Three Rivers : galv. iron, floats, 6 at $1.50; socket pole points, 8 at 35c; sun- 
dry, $7.30 

Gauge Keeping — 

Batiscan, J. H. Marchildon, June-Nov., 106 d. at $1, 77 at 50 

Boucherville, Toussaint Lachambre, June to Noy., 183 d. at 25c 

Cap de la Magdelaine, Ernest Lacourse, June-Nov., 144 d. at $1, 39 at 50c 

Cap Sante, Arthur Gignac, 28 Sept., Nov. 30, 62 d. at 50c 

Cham plain : A. Turcott, Aug. 15- Sept. 30, 40 d. at $1.25 ; Z. Arcand, June 1-July 9, 39 
d. at 50c, July 10-Nov. 30, 144 d. at $1 

Contrecoeur, Ulric St. Jean, June-Nov., 183 d. at 25c 

Grondines, IT. H. Guilbault, 24 Sept. -30 Nov., 68 d. at $1 

Lanoraie, Wilfrid Faust, June-Nov., 183 d. at 25c 

Lavaltrie, Francois Dejordy , June-Nov. , 183 d. 25c 

Leclercville, Emile Parrot, 1-23 Nov., 23 d. at $1 

Longue Pointe, Pascal Renaud, June-Nov., 183 d. at 25c 



New Liverpool, Louis Roberge, Sept. 27 to Nov. 23, 58 d. at $1 

Pointe aux Trembler, Jos. Jeannotte, June-Nov., 183 d. at 25c 

Pointe Platon, Simeon Auger, Sept.-Nov. 82^ d. at $1 

Port St. Francis, Francois Manseau, June-Nov., 183 d. at 25c 

Ross' Mill, Napoleon Lebel, Oct.-Nov., 65 d. at $1 

Ste. Emelie de Lotbiniere, Emilo Parrot, Sept.-Oct., 51J. d. at $1 

Ste. Jean de Chaillons : Louis Oullet, Aug -Nov., 107 d. at $1 ; placing tripods and flags 
3h d. at $1 ; Alex Barabe, Oct. 4-17, 14 d. at $1.50, 18-31, 14 d. at $1, Nov., 27 d. at $1 
placing tripods and flags, $2.50 ; Zephirin Gouin, Oct.-Nov., 45J d. at $1 ; placing 

tripods and flags, $2.50, telegrams, 40c 

St. Anne de Sorel, Omer Salvail, June-Nov., 181 d. at 25c .■ 

Three Rivers, S. Trenamen, Oct.-Nov., 183 d. at 50c 

Terennes, Arthur Jodoin, June-Nov. 183 d. at 25c 

Vereheres, Hernias Larose, June-Nov., 183 d. at 25c . 

Vieille Eglise de Lotbiniere, Henri Bernard, Sept.-Nov., 79 d. at $1 ; sundry, 75c 

Board of Engineers and assistants — Amos, Arthur, 15^ d. at $2, 88 at $1.50, 199^ at $1, 
lunches, 7 at 35c, meals, 68c at 25c; Antaya, Jos., 12 d. at $1 ; Bickerdike, R. jr., 137^ 
d. at $1.50, 4U at $1.25, 147^ at $1 ; Blette, Philip, 60 d. at $1 ; C. Brousseau, 314 d. at 
$1 ; rent of room, 16 d. at 50c; Decary, Albert, 1S1| d., $272.75, 6 d. at $1, 68 meals at 
25c, room, 39| d. at 50c; Desbarats, G. J., 47| d. at $1.50; Gobeil, A. A., 41£ d. at 
$1.25, 275iat$l; Labelle, Jos.. 3£ d. at $1.50; Martineau, J. O., 314 d. at $1, rent 
of room, 15 d. at 40c; Melancon, H., 5 d. at $1.50, 41£ at $1.25, 278i at $1; Mercure, 
J. N. 347 d. at $1 ; McGreevy, C, 6 d. at $1.50, 292 at $1, meals, 70 at 25c; McLean, 
N. B., 12 d. at 75c; Par mt, P. E., 9 d. at $2, 17i at $1.50, 30 at $1, 26 at 75c, meals, 
21 at 50c, 270 at 25c, rent of room, Nov. 11 to March 30, at 10 am., $46.30 ; Roy, E. O., 
317^ d. at $1 ; Rousseau, Ls., 4 d. at $2 ; Shehyn, A. R,, 329^ d. at$l ; Voligny, L. R., 
329§ d. at $1 ; sundry items, $27.55, total, $4,462.22. Paid to the following persons : 
J. B. M. Barthe, Three Rivers, $46.60; Ludger Beaulieu, Three Rivers, $545.50; 
Philippe Bellefeuille, Three Rivers, $30 ; P. C. Blouin, St. Jean, $9 ; Mdme Odila Bou- 
chard, Three Rivers, $329.75; Mrs. Azilda Brunelle, Three Rivers, $317.25; Leo. Bru- 
nelie, Champlain, $27; Leonard Carpentier, Champlain, $15.75 ; A. W.Drew, Yama- 
chiche, $57; Honore Dumont, Becancour, $14.50 ; Zepherin Gauthier, Three Rivers, 
$31; O. Guilbert, Three Rivers, $20.25; Hotel Batiscan, Batiscan, $82; Hotel Carle ton, 
Sorel, $278.70; Ho'el Dominion, Three Rivers, $72.25 ; Hotel Dufresne, Three Rivers, 
$752.62; Hotel Lafleur, Louisville, $151.68; Hotel Lamothe, Champlain, $149.90; Hotel 
Victoria, Quebec, $8.65 ; Hotel Windsor, Three Rivers, $106.25 ; I. Johnston, Batiscan, 
$117.75: Alex, Lahave, Batiscan, $36; Mdme. Marie Lessard, Three Rivers, $168 ; 
Addie Melette, Three Rivers. $255.05; D. Olivine Pellerin, $74.50 ; J. Peters, Three 
Rivers, $172.60; M. Peters, Three Rivers, $52; Phine, Peters, Three Rivers, $20.15; 
Place Viger Hotel, $3.50; L. Scott, Three Rivers, $63.37; Etienne Tremblay, Three 
Rivers, $16.75 ; Marie Yelle, Three Rivers, $434 

Cleaning offices at Three Rivers ($53.98) — 

Gauthier, Eva, Three Rivers, Sept. -March, 7 m. at $5 

Extra washing and cleaning, including floors, windows and walls : Mrs. Geo. Collins, 
$5.25; Mrs. Julie Chares, $1.88; Honore Grenier, $3.60 : Ferdinand Lacoste, $5.25.. 

Payments under $10 

Freight and'express : Grand Trunk Ry., $8.31 ; Richelieu and Ontario Nav. Co., $14.30 

Queen's Printer's and Stationery Dept. , Ottawa 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
19,7S2 56 



12 60 
22 22 
10 75 
78 15 
16 23 



19 60 
19 10 



144 50 


45 75 


163 50 


31 00 


213 50 


45 75 


68 00 


45 75 


45 75 


23 00 


45 75 


58 00 


45 75 


82 50 


45 75 


65 00 


51 50 


223 40 


45 25 


91 50 


45 75 


45 75 


79 75 



4,462 22 
35 00 

18 98 
124 12 

22 61 
714 59 

27,090 88 



PUBLIC ^Y0RK8 DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-61 



Hydrograuliic Survey of St. Lawrence- Continued. 
Brought forward 



Salaries of Ottawa officials 

Travel of Ottawa officials: F. W. Cowie, 8998.69; V. VV. Eorneret, $85.73. 
June wages charged forward : 1901 in 1901-2, $1,280 ; 1902 in 1902 3, $1,273. 

Total carried to (Page V— 35) 



(PageV-lG) 



Port Arthur: Extension of Breakwater and Dredging. 

Bowman, A. F., services dredge 'No. 6,' May 15-June 30, 1902, 6,140 cub. yds. at 15c 

Duluth Dredge and Dock Co.: services dredge No. 6, Oct. 14-Nov. 15, 1901 ; April 15-May 

14, 1902, 74,901 cub. yds. at 15Ac 

McDonald, Neil, services of dredge 'Arthur,' June 1-Aug. 31, 1901, 981£ h. at $8 ; less $1,040 

charged to River Kaministiquia (see page V— 46, 1900-1 ). . . 

Arnold, W. EL, inspector of dredging, July 30- Aug. 23, 1901, 21 d. at $3 

McCall, Wm., inspector of dredging, June 1-Aug. 31, 1901, 59$ d. at $3, 6 h. at 30c. 

Morrison, A., assistant inspector, July 1-29, 1901, 144 h. at 30c 

Robarts, T. I., assistant inspector, Oct. -Nov., 1901, April, 1902, 33 d. at $2.50 

Gutta Pevcha and Rubber Mfg. Co., tapered rubber nozzles, 6 at $2 

Temple, E. B., resident engineer, travel and outlay, Oct. -Nov., 1901, April-May, 1902 

King's Printer, $16.03 ; advertising, $81.58 

Detailed under ' Chief Engineer's Staff ', .... (Page V— ) 



Total, carried to page V — 2. 



Port Colborne : Harbour Improvements* 

on $395,000 contract : 



Hogan & Macdonell, Estimate No. 11 to Nov. 10, 1902, 

Cribwork under water : 57,214 c. y. at $1 . 90 

Cribwoik under water : 28,600 c. y. at $2 . 80. 

Rock in cribs and rip-rapping : 37,500 c. y. at $1 , 

Hogan & Macdonell, extras : 

* of rock-allowance under clauses 2 and 6 of supplementary contract : 20.000 c. y. at $2. 

Heavy stone along: outer face of breakwater : 2,600 c. y. at $3 

Concrete blocks along outer face of breakwater : 135 c. y. at $7 

Widening outer 2,400 ft. of breakwater : cribwork, 48,000 c. y. at $1 .66 



$ cts. 

27,090 88 

3,228 46 

1,084 42 

7 00 



31,410 76 



921 00 

11,609 G6 

6,812 00 
63 00 

180 30 
43 20 
82 50 
12 00 

122 30 
07 61 

428 00 



20,371 57 



Less, drawback $35,471.60; paid in 1902-3, $140,740. 



Coste, Louis, engineer in charge ($2,965.21) — 

Services, 12 m. to June 30 at $200, $2,400 ; travel, $565.21 

Young, John, inspector, 13 m. to June 30, 338 d. at $2 . 50 

Dandurand, A., messenger, July 19-Aug. 31, 40 d. at $1.50 

McRae, J. C, rent of office, June 20, 1901- June 30, 1902, at $20 per m , 

Express, S3. 30 ; Stationery Office, Ottawa, $366.09 

Legal services in April-May, 1901 : Christopher Robinson, $150 ; Blake, Lash & Cassels, 

Total, carried to page V — 2 



• S LT>. 



Rainy River: Lock and Dam. 

Lewis, Clifford, resident engineer, 1900, Oct. 24-Nov. 5, Nov. 26, 15 d. at $4 ; travel, $45. 
Ross, A. M., clerk of works, 15 d. at $1.92 (bill dated Oct. 24, 1900) 

Total, carried to page V — 2 



River Kaministiquia. 

'McDonald, Neil, services dredge 'Arthur' and plant, Aug. -Nov. 16, 1901, April 22-May 31, 
1902, 1,05H h. at $8 

McCall, Wm., inspector of works, services May-Nov. 15, 1901, and April 21-May 31, 1902, 
1474 d. at $3 ; extra work, 6 h. at 30c 

Robarts, 1. I., assistant inspector, May 1-June 30, 1902, 52 d. at $'2.50 ; car fare, $4 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co., steam coal, 49 tDns at $3.90 

Murphy, Jas., keeping ice broken ia channel, Nov. 15-Dec. 7, 1901, 23 d. at $17.75 

Temple, E. B., resident engineer, May 1-June 30, 1902, board, 61 d. at $1.20; outlay, $7 43.. 

Lesage, Royal, salary, June 19-30, 1902, 12 d. at $2.50 ; fare, $45 

Detailed under ' Chief Engineer's Staff ' (see page V — ) 

Total, carried to page V — 2 



108,706 60 
80,080 00 
37,500 00 

40,000 00 

7,800 00 

945 GO 

79,680 00 



354,711 60 
176,211 60 



178,500 00 

2,965 21 
845 00 
60 00 
248 00 
369 39 
175 00 

183,102 60 



105 00 
28 80 

133 80 



8,412 00 



444 30 


134 00 


101 10 


408 25 


80 63 


75 00 


244 00 


9,9S9 2S 



V-62 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. Andrew's Rapids : Improvements : Red River. 

Kelly Bros. ($2,840.00)- 

Earth excavation in lock-pit and canal approaches, Estimate No. 4 to Aug. 31, 1902 : 
7,000 c. y. at 34c, $24,500 ; less drawback $2,450, paid in 1900-1, (Page V— 47) 
$6,440, paid in 1902 3 $12,800 

Sundry supplies and labour 

Latimer, J. R. S., assistant engineer : Julv 1-Nov. 15, 138 d. at $3.50 ; travel and outlay, $70.85. 

Bourget, O., rodman : 12 m. to May 31, 1902, at $75 ; travel, $5.90 

Hay, E. H. G. G., clerk of works : services, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, at $100 ; outlay, $17.52.. 

Anderson & Thomas : platform scale, $35 ; sundry, $73.92 

Ashdown, J. H., hardware, $130.37 ; Billington, W., cutting wood, $11.12 

Barker, H. : 2 m. and 11 d. labour on tug Victoria at $50 per m 

Can. Rubber Co., sporting boots, 3 prs. at $4 . 15 

Collier, E. V.: 1 m. services as stenographer, $30 ' rodding, 10 d. at $2 

Eimer & Amend : microscope, $36 ; sundry, $29 . 75. . , , 

Emerson- Hague Mfg. Co. : 2 flags, $16 . 50 ; repairs, $1 

Penning, P., drilling well, 67 ft. at $2 . 50. . 

Hamilton Powder Co. : electric battery, $2G ; dynamite, $12 ; sundry, $12 45. 

Harstone Bros. : 2 tons steam coal, $17 ; lh cords pine, $7 . 50 , 

Kelly, Thos., 10 p. c. use of plant and general superintendence, and on accounts and pay-sheets 

Leslie, J., drafting table, &c, $48.20 ; McKenzie, J. C, groceries, &c, $35.25.. 

O'Donohoe, M., board, $45 ; Portage Iron Works, hardware, &c, $5u.57 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., doors, &c, $22.53 ; Reir], D., labour, 9 d. at $2. 

Robinson & Co.: flooring, &c, 3,300 ft. at $19 ; shiplap, 2,286 ft. at $17 ; spruce, 1,922 ft. at 

$15.80, 651 ft. at $16.30, 896 ft. at $19.30 ; sundry, $72.63 

Russell, Lang & Co., photo supplies, $16.48 ; Smith, T., labour/ &c, $23 

Sprague, D. E., timber, $131.32; Stewart, S., labour, 6 d. at $2.50 

Sutherland, R. K.: building yawl, $50 ; extras, $10 ; labour, $3.50 

Victoria Foundry Co. : 2 machines for cement testing 

Vulcan Iron Co.: 1 pr. stone tongs, $62 .50 ; repairs, $11 10 

Watt & Gordon : 2 stoves, $33.50; sundry, $23.94 

Cabs and livery : S. Bisonett, $81.50 ; City Hack and Livery Stables, $50.25 ; Millidge Bros., 

$135 ; Millidge & McLean, $35 . 50 ; Woods & Lewis, $16 

Express, $6.85 ; clock, $6 ; labour, $8.75 ; sundry, $13.50 

Malhiot, Z., resident engineer, travel and outlay, July, 1901- May, 1902. , 

Legal expenses : T. G. Mathers, $214.45 ; W. B. Ross, $29.51 

Travel of Ottawa officials : Geo. E. Perley 



Total, carried to page V— 2. 



Yukon Territory : Public Buildings. 

Administration Building, Dawson ('$96,596.05) 

Pay-lists, July 3-Nov. 30, 1901 ($47,547.06)- 

Foreman, A. P. Schroeder, 1,302£ h. at $1.25. . . . 

Carpenters, hours at $1 : A. E. Alexander 491, T. G. Alexander 512, G. S. Allen 524^, 
Jos. Beaulieu 100, S. Beckwith 590£, Alf. Beianger 512, J. P. Begin 180, G. R. Bird 
145, James Brass 366, D. W. Campbell 557, J. D. Chaplain 733^, J. T. Choquette 
961i, J. B. Comeau 295, A. Conet 319, J. A. Courtemanche 884, Ls. Coutu 790, L. 
Cousins 293|, H. Cribbs 589, W. Cross 365£, W. J. Dwyer 708^, W. Falconer 985^, 
J. Forsyth 354, G. Fowlie 1,090£, H. Fraser 214*, O. Genest 55, M. Goss 422£, T. W. 
Hardy 210, Geo. Hilliard 90, J. D. Jenkins 651, Thos. E. Jones 702i, J. D. Johnston 
7411, R. Keldie 90, T. Lachance 110, Peter Lalonde 429, Jos. Langevin 731, S. Le- 
blanc 217, F. S. Leek 819, S. S. Lehman 615£, C. Merloin 245, Jules Meslin 546£, T. 
F. Murphy 215, J. A. McAuky 443^, W. McCarter 47H, J. W. McDonald 551, D. 
McDonald 204, R. McDonald 265, M. McGregor 1594, H. McKay 9 15^, D. G. Mc- 
Lennan 467, J. W. McLennan £'6. A. J. McNaughton 660§, John Naud 418|, D. P. 
Ogilvie 180, N. Palardis 278i, Ttwn Palmer 303, F. Parsons l,090f, J. A. Pelkey 120£, 
H. Perron 490, N. Pigeon 115£, F. Poitras 888i, W.A. Pringle, 4901, A. Repentigny 
826, Geo. Rice 260, H. Roper 55(\ Geo. Roy 523, Thos. Roy 280, F. C. Striker 286, 
J. H. Salley 592^, A. Si. Laurent 365, J. G. Taylor 171, R. Watts 190, H.H. Wood- 
worth 601, J. Young 436 

. Foreman painter, T. Delago 5 650 h. at $1 .10 . . . 

Painters, hours at $1 : G. Anderson 209, Ls. Bisson 33, T. H. Brooker 3924, E. Brunelle 
18(1 W. H. Burger 425, W. Clark 169, W. C. Creamer 1944, G. Driver 3184, Jos. 
Filion 111, F. Garon.346^ C. B. Johnson, 5424, J. D. Lawton 3064, H. Leonard 564, 
Thos. Miln^ 17H, W. L. McKenzie 35, E. Nollet 83, A. H. Parkhurst 363, J. S. 
Rosburg, 25|, E. St. Jean 590, A. Thibaudeau 243, J. Welton 444, R. J. Willis 579. . 

Labourers, hours at 70c: O. Beaudet 55, Jose Boutin 1,162^, W. R. Day 126J, J. E. Des- 
lauriers 70, Pitre Dion 153, S. Dupuis 25, R. Freeman 45, Ernest Joyal 153^, John 
Kenna 451, T. Lachance 10, S. Lavoie 54, A. LaFille 25, J. Marion 10, W. Misner 40, 
W. McAdam 10, W . McCutcheon 260, D. McDonnell 6S2f , Chris. McGee 340, W. 
L. McKenzie 2734. K. McRae 253^, J. Omez 20, V. Omez 20, J. H. Pottinger 2804, 
Jos. Robichaud 488& F. E. Soule 341£, >J. W. Wilson 1,172 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 



2,810 00 


30 60 


553 85 


905 90 


1,217 52 


108 92 


141 49 


117 75 


12 45 


50 00 


65 75 


17 50 


167 50 


50 45 


24 50 


3SS 14 


83 45 


101 57 


40 53 


232 47 


39 48 


146 32 


63 50 


150 00 


73 60 


57 44 


318 25 


35 10 


1,046 23 


243 96 


290 34 


9,584 56 



1,628 12 



33,727 00 
715 00 



6,016 50 



4,565 74 



46,652 36 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-63 



Yukon Territory: Public Buildings — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Administration Building— Continued. 
Pay-lists— Concluded. 

( )verseer of masons, John Newlands, 3114 h. at $1 

Night watchman, W. E. B. Macdonell, Aug. 12-Nov. 30, at §1.00 

Lining vault at Gold Commissioners' office, Jan. 1902, 1G h. each at $1 : James Brass, J. A. 
Courtemanche, A. P. Schroeder 

Canadian Yukon Lumber Co.: lumber, G,050 ft., dressed 4 sides, at $115, 1,600 ft., dressed 2 
sides, at $105, 15,500 ft. rustic, at $105, 30,052 ft., sized, at $80, 180,027 ft., rough, at $75; 
moulding, &c, 2,000 lengths at 10c; 6 x 10 m. sills, 1,450 1. ft. at 30c; to 8 in. x 10 
to 14 in. posts, 3,2S0 1. ft. at 12c, flatted, 572 1. ft. at 25c; 41 ft. flag pole, x at 
bottom, 78 ft, , $11 . 70 ; sawdust, 10 loads at $4, 34 at $5 

Cavanagh, The Edward Co., Montreal : door sets, 1 heavy bronze .$7, 1 medium $5.25, 00 
inside at $1.00 ; bronze butts, prs., 5x5, at $2.80, 110 prs. 4x4 at $1.85, 9 prs., 3 x 3, 
at $>1.25; bronze barrel bolts, 12 x 12, prs. at $3 ; sash fasts, 80 at 27c; bronze bar lifts, 
172 at 30c; bronze shutter knobs, 12 at $1.20;. bronze draw pulls, 12 at $2; sundries, $0.30. 

Couture, C. A., installing annunciator and bells, Nov. 1901, 23 h. at $1.50 

Cox & Cloes, gilding lettering on building 

Dawson City Water and Power Co., water rates, July 1-Oct. 1, 1901 

Dawson Electric Light and Fower Co., lighting during construction, Oct. 1901 : 54 lamps, 10 
d., 3 lamps, 7 d. at 20c. a day each 



Dawson Hardware Co.: white lead, 850 lbs. at 20c; varnish, 3 galls, at $8, 51 at $0, 95 at 
$5.^0 ; white shellac, 17f galls, at $8; boiled oil, 107 galls, at $2.40 ; turpentine, 28 galls, 
at $2.40 ; pale gold size japan, 5 galls, at $7 ; met. spirits, 5 qrts. at $4 ; 157 lights 
glass, $387.50 ; putty, 125 lbs. at 18c; 2 and 2\ in. tin nails, 23 kegs at $10 ; T. and B. 
paper, 10 rolls at $4.25 ; butts, 4 prs. Chicago spring at $8, 48 prs. brass at 50c, 32 prs., 
3 in. at 40c; 8 prs. 10-in strap hinges at $1.50 ; 20 doz. gate hooks, $19.83 ; 12 gross 
screws, $15 ; wire netting, 10 yds. at $4 ; Yale night latches, 5 at $4.50 ; doors, 5 at $5.50 ; 
53 doz. sand paper, $20.50 ; sundry hardware, &c, $131.03 

Delage, T. & A.: 24 lbs. aluminum, $17 : 2 galls, best rubbing varnish, $10 ; | gall, liquid 
bronze, $2.50 ; § gall. French polish, $3.50 ; error, 50c 

Elliott, Fred., small frame cabin to be used as tool house and office 

Klondike Mill Co., 4 cedar doors at $12 ; Milne, Chas., 3 pkts. pearline, $1.25 

Liebman, Edward, glass, 48 lights, 28x30, 32 lights, 28x32 at $5 each.. 

Maiheson, D. A.: excavating, &c, for foundation for Administration Building, contract, 
$2. 741.44 ; hauling lumber from beach, 8 h. at $3 

Meyers, H. L., opening and setting large vault door on Recording Office 

MeCarter, Win.: sash, 182 at $2.50, 09 at $2.25, 33 at $3 ; storm sash, 148 at $4.50 

McDonald Iron Works Co. : 4 stirrups, $95.25 ; smithwork, $21.85. 

McLennan, Jas. P., 19| yds. felt at $2 ; Saule, John, altering pipe rings, $5 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: boiled oil, 55 galls, at $2.40 ; turpentine, 25 galls, at $2.40 ; 
hard oil finish, 50 galls, at $5 ; gold size japan, 5 galls, at $7 ; hard rub varnish, 2 galls 
at $7.50 ; white lead, 400 lbs. at 20c; soft putty, 530 lbs. at 18c; 74 doz. sand paper, $37 ; 
31 brushes, $53.50 ; P. and B. paper, 42 rolls at $0 ; tar paper, 200 rolls at $5 ; Chicago 
spring butts, prs. at $10; Columbia door springs, 2 at $15; nails, 88 kegs at $14; 
37 night latches, $110.07 ; locks, 8 chest at $2, 13 cupboard at $1.50 ; 30 drawer, $42.50 
barrel bolts, 34 at 75c; gal v. iron, 140 lbs. at 16c J pair of outside doors, B.C. fir, $05 ; 
closet boxes, 8 at $10; ventilators, at $3; sundry paint, hardware, &c, $143.08 ; labour, 
putting on roof, 350 sq. fv.. of rim ridge and 020 of eaves at 7c, 130 sq. ft. hips and 233 of 
valley at 14c, 117 h. at $2, 109 squares roofing at $7 

McNamara, M. J., contract complete for brick and stone work, vaults, chimneys, &c 

North American Transportation & Trading Co., 10$ yds. of green felt at $3 

O'Connor, J. P.. scavenging, 3 uly 15-Nov. 30, 1901, U m. at $0.50 

Overton, Percy Gr., supplying material and painting in gold on black japanned tea signs : 
1 at $15, 2 at $S, 3 at $0, 2 at $5, 1 at $4, 2 at $3,50, 41 at $2, 5 at $1, 4 at 75c, 10 at 25c. 

Yukon Saw Mill ($4,789.88)— 

Fir, 2,200 ft. at $105, 5,835 1. ft. at 10c, 208 1. ft., $91.58 ; bandsawing, $15 

Mouldings, sash rails, &c: 1,310 1. ft. at 20c, 780 at 18c, 1,100 at 15c, 1,024 at 14c, 3,094 

at 12c, 3,255 at 10c, 3,000 at 7c, 1,008 at 0c, 0,482 at 5c 

Four white cedar turned and fluted columns, $300 ; 4 carved Ionic caps, $100 

Turned fir balusters, 94 at #1, 84 at $1.75 ; hand rail, 84 1. ft. at $1 

Turned newels, 8 at $12 ; turned caps, 7 at $3 : rosettes, 48 at 50c. . . : 

White cedar scrolls, G at $17, 5 at $5 ; cash tills, 10 at $3 

Doors : cedar, at $8 ; redv/ood panel, 21 at $S, 21 at $10 , 

Turned table legs, 44 at $1.50 ; sundries, $11). 40 



Yukon Telephone Syndicate, Ltd.: 
versations, $3 



rent of 2 telephones, July-Nov. 30, 1901, $241.08 ; con- 



Carried forward. 



46,652 36 



311 50 
583 20 



43 00 



21,123 07 



488 42 
34 50 
20 00 
30 00 



112 20 



2,750 G6 



38 50 


100 00 


49 25 


400 00 


2,705 44 


20 00 


1,375 25 


117 10 


44 00 



4,997 29 

9,275 00 

32 50 

29 25 

104 00 



1,053 08 

2,124 40 
400 00 
325 00 

141 00 
145 00 
42(5 00 
115 40 



244 OS 



90,590 05 



V-64 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII.. A. 1903 



Yukon Territory : Public Buildings— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Commissioner's Residence, Dawson ($32,700.87). 

Pay-lists, July 7-Oct. 31, 1901 ($16,744.01)— 

Foreman, Geo. H. Kineaid, 1,100 hours at $1.25 

Carpenters, hours at $1 : G. R. Bird 520, W. H. Burkholder 135, A. Dart 1984, W. R. 

Day 324, S. Frame 743|, A. F. Harvey 665, John Jenkins 933^, Geo. Jones 70, R. 

Keldie 775, A. J. Kellner 5S5, R. McDonald 50, M. McGregor 690, J. T. Mcintosh 

115, M. McKenzie 866, John Nixon 637^, S. Plante 761 i J. G. Scott 872, K. Sharp 
465, J. G. Taylor 6284, Alex. Watson 156 

Painters, hours at $1 : L. C. Anderson 264, T. O. Berg 240, J. Chester 263, W. Clark 

116, F. B. Corning-175, W. C. Creamer 88£, F. Doyea 170, Frank Harrell 301 4, H. 
Hoy 210, Alex. Larsen 3, J. E. Latey 115, Louis Lind 10, J. Mathews 100, Angus 
Mc'Cuspie 210, J. McCuspie 210, R. C. McDonald 230, R. McTaggart 240, E. Nollett 
2114, J. O'Rourke 27 1^ Chris. Thompson 121J, Fred Warner, 2fc, Geo. Wyatt 149|. 

Foreman painter, A. Anderson, 441^ h. at $1.10. 

Labourers, hours at 70c. : Henrv Atkinson 581g, C. H. Hamilton 163, Fred Hasler 814, 
Peter McCaig 227| 

Watchman, Thos. J. Bartogee, Sept. 19-Oct. 28 at $1 . 60 

Anderson Bros. : varnish, 38 galls, of white darner at $8, 20 galls, of furniture at $5 ; extra 

varnish brushes, 7 at $2.50 ; 24 x 36 glass, 5 lights at $4 ; beeswax, 34 lbs. at $2.50 ; cloth 

ing, papering and painting room and closet, $75 ; sundries, $33.95; hauling ladders to 

Gov. residence, $1.50; less 13 old varnish brushes and 4 sash tools returned, $15 

Brass, James & Co. : 4-in. flooring, 1,001 ft. at $1.30 ; 288 ft. of imported fir at $1.50 

Canadian Yukon Lumber Co. : lumber, 1,398 ft., dressed 4 sides at $115, 6,800 ft. rustic at 

$105, 15,921 ft. sized at $80, 60,957 ft. rough at $75 ; 6x10 m. sills, 502 1. ft. at 30c. ; 6 to 

8-in. x 10 to 12. in. posts, 910 1. ft. at 12c, flatted, 408 1. ft. at 25c. ; sawdust, 20 loads at $5. 
Cavanagh, The Edward Co., Montreal : door sets, 1 heavy bronze, $7, 1 medium, $5.25, 27 

inside at $1.60 ; sash posts, 38 at 27c. ; bar lifts, 76 at 30c ; bronze butts, 6 prs. at $2.35, 

42 prs. at $1 . 25 ; bronze bolts, 2 prs. at $3 ; 2 pulls and 2 bolts, $1.90 

Couture, C. A., installing annunciators and bells, Nov., 1901, 28 hrs. at $1.50 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co., lighting during construction, Oct. 25, 1901, 93 lamps 

(cabin rates), 7 days 

Dawson Hardware Co. : white lead, 337^ lbs. at 20c. ; boiled oil, 20 galls, at $2.40 ; turpen- 
tine, 25 galls, at $2.40; varnish, 20 galls, at $6 ; white shellac, 22 galls, at $8 ; wood 

alcohol, 30 galls, at $7 ; 9 varnish brushes, $22.50; 90 doz. sand paper, $50; T. & B. 

paper, 15 rolls at $3.25, 67 at $4, 14 at $4.25 ; nails, 6 kegs finishing at $16, 3 at $14, 65 

lbs. at 16c, 24 kegs wire at $15, 2 at $17 ; door, $10; 2 lights glass, $8 ; hardware, paint, 

&c, $79.25 

Groves, J. H., providing and placing in position cement chimney, 14 1. ft. at $4 

Liebman, Edward : plate glass, 2 lights, 54x60, 2 lights 18 x 48, $170 ; D. S. glass, 8 light, 

28 x 32, 7 light, 28 x 36, at $5 ; 2 lights 18 x 42, 10£ sq. ft. at $1 ; 186 lights cut to size, $5. 

Lusk, Isaac, clearing away rubbish, etc . 

Matheson, D. A. : excavating, &c. for foundation for Commissioner's residence, contract 

$475.44 : less allowance for 2 log buildings, $250 

McLennan, McFeely & Co. $2,343.27)— 

Contract for heating a ppayatus 

Labour on galv. iron work : 4,972 sq. feet roofing and 310 of eave at 7c. ; 131 sq. ft. rim 
ridge and (S6 of valley at 14c ; 87 hrs. at $2 

White lead, 50 lbs. at 20c ; boiled oil, 5 Ralls, at $2.40 ; tar paper, 4 rolls at $5 ; 85 lights 
of glass, $206 ; 6 drop annunciator, $30 ; push buttons, bell and batteries, $13 ; sun 

dry hardware, &c, $63.15 ; 2 slat doors, $15 ... . . . 

Saule, John, building chimneys : rubble masonry laid in cement morter, 6 c yds. at $36 ; 

bricks laid in cement moiter, 8,767 at $100 

Yukon Saw Mill ($2,117.40)— 

Cedar, 219 ft. b. m. at $2.50; 140 1. ft. 2-in. cedar dressed. &c, $54.25 

Mouldings, sash rails, etc. : 146 1. ft. at 18c, 201 at 15c, 2,000 at 14c, 1,230 at 12c, 2,673 
at 10c, 260 at 8c, 2,876 at 7c, 350 at 6c, 1,014 at 5c 

Turned baluster.:,, spruce, 84 at $1, 44 at 75c ; turned posts, spruce, 4 at $5.50 

Newel caps, 8 at $3 ; rosettes, 16 at $2, 8 at 50c , 100 at 10c 

Brackets, 4 at $4.50, 4 at $3 ; 100 turned knobs, $15 ; 12 plinth blocks, $4.80 

Scrolls, 3 at $6, 2 extra large, $80 ; 2 panel sash doors, glazed, $50 

Two pieces grill work, for drawings, $300 ; 11 bandsawed letters, $5.50 

Ripping and sticking fir moulding, 3,860 ft. at 5c ; bandsawing, $57.50 

New Court House, Dawson (839,895.54). 

Pay-lists, April 14- August 27, 1901 ($11,789.73)— 

Foreman, hours at $1.25 : A. P. Schroeder (Apl.-July) 502, K. Sharp (July- Aug.) 363. . 

Carpenters, hours at $1 : S. Beekwith 495, G. R. Bird 1194, W. J. Brown 524, W. H. 

Burkholder 70, A. Cameron 15, J. D. Chaplain 4234, J. A. Courtemanche 70, L. 

Cousins 42^, Ls. Coutu 295, H. Cribbs 344, G. Crocker 294, J. Dwyer 335, W. 

Falconer 604£, G. Fowlie 575, S. Frame 005, D. Hunt 324, J. Huot 54, J. Jenkins 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
96,596 05 



1,375 00 



9,899 50 



3,525 00 
485 65 

1,250 20 
208 66 



545 70 
173 70 



7,182 14 



163 01 
42 00 

65 10 



1.629 90 
56 00 


260 50 
60 00 


225 44 


1,400 00 


574 12 



369 15 

1,092 70 

109 00 



1,045 60 
139 00 
70 00 
49 80 
148 00 
305 50 
250 50 



1,081 25 



130,378 17 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



* - 65 



Yukon Territory: Public Buildings— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Neio Court Hon, <(, Dan-ton — Continued. 
Pay-lists — Concluded. 

Carpenters, hour at SI— Concluded. 

005, J. D. Johnston 03, T. Jones 73, R. Keldie 1(55, F. S. Leek 394*, M. Lohbunner 
32, C. Malouin 24, Angus McCuspie 25, M. McGregor 723, J. W. McLennan 200, F. 
Parsons 504, H. Perron 299.1, S. Plante 31, W. A. Pringle 20, R.. Sehenkel 392J, J. G. 

Scott 005, K. Sharp 95, \V. Shaw 30£, «J. U. Taylor 220A 

Labourers, hours at 70c. : A. Charest 00, J. H. Pottinger 70, F. E. Soule 1,000^, J. W. 

Wilson 270 

Chor« boy, L. H. Marshall, 02 hours at 25c 

Watchman, J. H. Pottinger, May 1- July 20, at .$100 per month 

Anderson Bros. : contract for painting, glazing, etc., inside of Court House, $1,030 ; painting 
closets, cupboards, &c, 1 coat, 100o yds. at 30c, 3 coats, 77 yds. at 70c. ; painting flag 
staff and gilt ball, $15. 
Apple, Geo. J. : putting on roof, contract, $025 ; extras on panels and gables, $50 ; 30 lbs 



copper, $27 ; nails, §2 ; time, lining doors, $10 . 



Brimston & Stewart, Brussels carpet, sewed and laid, 22 yds. at $2.50 

Canadian Yukon Lumber Co. : lumber, 3,723 ft., di-essed, 4 sides, at $115 ; 3,159 ft., dressed, 

1 side, at $105 ; 14,839 ft., si/.ed, at $80 ; 48,059 ft., rough, at $7b ; 35 ft. flag staff, 0x0 

at bottom, 105 ft. at $80 ; 0x0 posts, 72 lin. ft. at 10.se 

Couture, C. A., installing annunciator and bells, Nov. 1901, 24 hours at $1.50 

Dawson Hardware Co., doors, at $5.50 ; hardware,-$24 

Dawson Saw Mill and Building Co. : brick for chimney, 10,075 M. at $100, laid; stone for 

foundation and labour on chimney, $125 ; bricks, cement and laying foundation for fur 

nace, $42 

Delage, T. & A. : painting outside of Court House, contract, $530 ; oiling frames, sashes and 

frames, 30 hrs. at $1.25 ; 4j galls, oil, $14.25; glazing and staining, 8 sashes, $8; repair 

ing and gilding letters, $7 

Klondike Mill Co. : 50 storm sash, agreement, $308 ; in crown moulding, 700 lin. ft. at 15c. 

4 circular clock frames, $40 ; saw dust, 10 loads at $0 . 

Liebe, T., gunny sacks, 100 at 8c. ; Matheson, D. A., grading and levelling ground, $150. . . . 
Moncrief, R. : erecting fence around new Court House, contract, $100 ; large gate, $8 ; small 

gate. $5 : moving old side walk and relaying, $20 

McDonald Iron Works, smithwork, $27.90; McLennan, J. .P., 13j yds. felt and 2 curtain 

tassels, $29.50 ' 

McLennan, McFeely & Co., ($4,517 44)— 

Installing hot air heating apparatus, contract complete. 

Doors, 44 cedar, $370, 1 pair entrance, $30 ; Chicago spring bolts, 2 prs. at $10 

Building paper, 35 rolls at $4 ; tar paper, 40 rolls at $5 

Nails, 5 kegs at $18, 240 lbs. at 20c. ; 1 keg 5 in. spikes, $14 

Turpentine, 1 case, $30 ; boiled oil, 2 cases, $50 ; 103 lbs. putty, $30.39 

No. 18 wire, 14 lbs. at 75c. ; 8 push buttons, $0 ; 4 batteries, $10 ; 2 bells, $4 

Glass, 422 lights for $093.75 ; sundry hardware, &c, $102.40 

Time and material making 4 closet boxes 

North American Transportation & Trading Co., 2 pairs crimson chenille curtains 

Overton, Percy G. : designing and painting 2 royal coats of arms, $00; lettering 2 office 

doors,gold leaf, $10 ; 12 tin.? signs at $2.50 ; board sign, lettered both sides, $8 ; number- 
ing cloak room, $5 

Yukon Saw Mill ($12,519.39)- 

Fir at $105 : in. V joint ceiling, 33,855 ft.; in. T. & G. flooring, 8,200 ft.; dressed, 
4,788 ft • 

Cedar, S 4s, 1,303 ft. at $250 ; redwood, d 4s, 350 ft. at $250 ; 6 in. rustic, 8,500 ft. at $110. 

Mouldings, sash rails, &c: 35 1. ft. at 50c, 290 at 35c, 2,389 at 25c, 80 at 22c, 86 at 
18c, 180 at 12c, 024 at 9c, 348 at 8c, 04 at 7c, 380 at 6c, 1,030 at 5c 

Brackets : 4 at $12, 4 at $8, 8 at $1 .50, 10 at $1 : 4 carved, $200 

Carved caps : 2 at $10, 10 at $10, 8 at $8, 8 at $5 

Scrolls, 4 at $5, 4 at $3, 2 at $,! . 50 ; 4 scroll panels, $00 

Fir balusters, 30 at $2, 37 at $1.50, 33 at $1 ; 8x8 newels, 8 at $12 

Sash : 47 prs. at $7.50, 1 at $0, 4 single at $3, 4 at $1.75 ; circular for tower, 4 at $12. . 

Fir window frames, 45 at $21, 3 small, $50 

-Cedar door, $7 ; plinth blocks, 140 at 40c ; 25 letters, $12 . 50 

Making railing for prisoners bo c, $00 ; machine work, $38.42 ; sundries, $20.40 

Post Office Building, Dawson ($2,505.40). 

Alterations to furnace cellar. July 17-27, 1901 ($825.20)— 

Foreman, D. A. Matheson, 110 h. at $1.50 

Carpenters, hours at $1 : J. A. Campbell, 87 ; B. Fraser, 05 ; James O Grady, 00 

Labourers, hours at 70c: Thos. Bartogee 20, J. Iverstall 40, J. Quessy 30, 6. Shade 40, 

C. F. Stevenson 20 . 

Labourers, hours at 80c: D. Cameron 40, J. S. Campbell 88, J. Foley, 30, J. A. Mc 

Kinnon 20, A. McLennan 75, C. McLeod 99, M. McLeod 77 



Carried forv/ard. 



te. 



130,:<:^ i; 



98* ;> 
42 23 



726 00 

55 00 



5,616 :$ 
.SO 00 

m oo 



i 



604 25 

513 00 
15* 00 

57 40 

2,550 00 

420 00 

340 00 

152 00 

110 39 

:•»( 50 

856 15 

40 40 

24 00 






7.7:" 03 


1,34? 25 


934 7' 


308 (•() 


234 00 




244 50 




1,004 00 




llg 82 



1 Of; 


00 


1 


(X 


343 


71 



1— 5v 



170,017 66 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Yukon Territory : Public Buildings — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Post Office Building, Dawson — Concluded. 

Goldie k McCulloch Co. , Ltd. , 1 set No. 73 P. O. vault doors with combination lock, $250 ; 
packing, $1 . 50 

Matheson, D. A.: 120 lbs. B.S. coah $14.40; sundries, $7.15; pump, $35; placing and fit- 
tings, $30.20 ; rent of 6 jack screws, 7 days, $31.50 ; pumping out cellar and laying pipe, 
$19 20 ; hauling clay an'l grading around P. O., 9 h. at $3 ; hauling earth, &c, $38 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: 2 No. 03 Holborn furnaces, $700; GO sheets tin, $36; 75 lbs. 
asbestos, $12.75 ; sundries, $32.75 ; labour, 131 h. at $2 ; helper, 47 h. at $1.25 

Yukon saw mill : 32 ft. fir ladder with pole supports, painted, $75 ; set of pigeon holes, $45 ; 
lumber, $4 



Departmental Storehouse ($1,696.10). 

Dawson Hardware Co.: tar paper, 15 rolls at $4 ; 2 doors, $12; 4 windows, $28; 17 prs 
strap hinges, $25 . 50 ; nails, 2 kegs at $14, 85 lbs., $11 . 90 ; hardware, $9 . 50 

Jones & Mathews : rough lumber, 2,050 ft. at $130 ; dressed fir, 4,160 ft. at $145 

Moncrief, R.: contract for building warehouse, $410 ; extra for paper, boards and battens on 
walls in place of iron, $15 ; box stall and manger in stable, $12 ; extra window in stable, 
$4 ; moving door and window, $6 ; extra height in carpenter shop and store-room, $8 
shelves in store-room, $12 

Morrison, C. R., 500 ft. of £-in. cedar at $170 ; McLennan, McFeely & Co., nails, $21.50. .. . 

Telegraph Station, Dawson ('$671). 

Matheson, D. A.: cutting and removing roots, &c, from old telegraph station, $4; raising 
and moving old telegraph office, $612 ; moving sidewalk and building crossing, &c, at 
old .telegraph station, $55 



Ice House, Dawson (-$213.18). 
Pay list Mch. 17-22, 1902 ($57) :— 

Carpenters, hours at $1 : J. A. Courtemanche, 17, Ceo. King 17, John Nixon, 13. 

Labourer, I). McKenzie, 10 hrs. at 70c; teamster, R. Riddell, 3 hrs. at $1 

Canadian Yukon Lumber Co. : rough lumber, 2,603 ft. at $60 ; 



Atlin Post Office (-$561.60). 



Royal Bank of Canada, town lot for P.O. 
Blackett, J. St. Clair & Co., cartage 



site, &c. 



Clear Creek, Mining Inspector's Office. 

Sture, Daniel : constructing and furnishing office for mining inspector and packing 150 lbs. of 
inspector's supplies, $1,600 ; building closet, $50 , 

Generally (-$41745.80). 

Resident Architect, T. W. Fuller ($1,587.76)— 

Salary, July 1-Nov. 30, HOI, 5 mos. at $166.66 

Part of salary, Dec. 1-May 31, 1902, 6 mos. at $116.66 

Outlay, washing account, 5 mos., $49.50 ; work done on curtains for court-house, $5 

Assistant to Resident Architect, H. E. Evvart, 5 m. to'Nov. 30, 1900, at $150 

Accountant, L. J. Heacock, 5 mos. to Nov. 30, 1901, at $250 

Stenographer, Miss E. Freeman, 5 mos. to Nov. 30, 1901, at $175 

Time keeper, J. H. Bell, July- Nov., 1901, 1,532 hrs. at 80c 

Occupation not described, S. A. 13. Bertrand ($724.97)— 

Services, Aug., Oct-Nov., 3901, 3 mos. at $166.66 

Living allowance, same period, 3 mos. at $75 

Anderson Bros.: papering, 2 rooms, $52, oiling and polishing desk, $10 in Commissions office ; 

oiling and varnishing desk in Custom House $5 ; 3 lights glass, Gold Commissioners, $4.50 
Anderson and Swan, rm. typewriting paper, $4 : Dawson Transfer Co., cartage, 13 hrs. at $4. 
Canadian Yukon Lumber Co., planing 2,650 ft. fir at $20 ; Honnor, N. H., cartage, $36.50. . 
Charleson, W. GL, Ottawa: gal v. iron, 20,258 lbs. at4^c; galv. roofing nails, 1,500 lbs. at 

Sc; solder, 644| lbs. at 22c 

Christie, J. A., ($33,412)— 

Fir at $160: 6-in. flooring, 40,000 ft.; V. joint ceiling, 103,000 ft.; 1 to 2-in. dressed 4 
sides, 39,225 ft 

Cedar : S 2 S, 3,000 ft, at $100 ; crown, 1,000 1. ft. of 6-in. at 14c, 500 of 5-in. at 13c, 

1,000 of 4-in. at lie, 5,000 of 3-in. at 8c, 3,700 of 2-in. at 5c, 2,200 of 1^-in. at 4c, 

' 9,000 of i-in. at 3c 

Base blocks, 400 1. ft. at 35c ; 1 x 5 casing, 8,500 L. ft. at 13c 

Doors, 32 at $12, 77 at $10, 17 at $7 



170,017 66 



Carried forward 217,705 47 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-67 



» uU»ai Territory — Paiblie Buildings — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Generally— Concluded. 

Goetzman, H. J. : .*< doz. 8 x 10, photos at $18 ; panorama of Dawson, $15 

Moncrief, R., malting shed for storing lumber, &c, $24 ; Northern Com. Co., letter file, $2.50 
Northern District Telegraph Co.: Annunciator, 1-15 drop, $45, 2-4 drop, $24; bell wire, 14 

lbs. at $1.60 : I" 1 push buttons, 4 dry batteries and 1 lb, tacks, $14.50 

Government Telegraph Service, telegrams, Feb.-Sept., 30, 1901 

Freight charges : Can. Pac. Nav. Co., $62.05; Can. Express, $55; Dom. Express, $97.30; 

White Pass and Yukon Route, $2,582.82 ! 

King's Printer- -<•<• »unt, $8.18 ; Stationery Office, Ottawa, $354.07 



Burns, P. k Co., n 
Dumas, F., lab in 



Expenditure by J. U. Bray, June 22 -July 31, 1°00. 

■ &136.60 ; Chalmers, H., freighting, $11 

. June 11- July 20, 1900, 42 '65 d. at $3 ; less store account, 



15. 



Geoffrey, Geo., labourer, June 21- July 26, Mh d. at $3, less store account, $1.70. 

Lafortune, J. A., foreman, June 12-July 31, 1900, 47f days at $5 ; less paid at 
Ottawa on account of June and July 1900, $200 , . 

Miller, Henry, digging well 

Nadeau, C, labourer, June 12-July 14, 1900, 15^ d. at $3, less store account, 90c 

Primeau, J., cook, June 12-July 16, 1900 at $100 a m., $113.33, less store ac- 
count, $2.70 

White Pass and Yukon Route, freight on supplies, Bennett-White Horse 

Whitney and Pedla i . supplies, July 11-27, 1900 



147 60 

125 80 
101 80 

38 75 
80 00 
45 60 

110 G3 
29 65 
52 95 



Less advance at pa 



-64, 1899-1900. 



732 78 
500 00 



Detailed in 1900-190! page V— 56 

it with Yukon l>dgs. : rents, fuel, &c, page V — 

Total carried to pa »e V — 2 , 



White Horse Public Building. 

Pay-lists July 27- Oct. 31, K01 ($5,933.50)- 

Foreman, D. Lafortune, 55| d. at $7, 27 at $8 

J A. Lafortune, 9£ d. at $7, 13 at $8 

Foreman painter, E. Parent, 24£ d. at $7 

Cooks : C. Carmel, 13| d. at $6 ; K. Robidoux, 61 d. at $4 ; Alex. Trainor $116.60 

Watchman, P. i 1 . Maggs, 30 d. at $5, 

Carpenters, 117 : ; •!. at $7, 14 Xf d. at $6, less short-paid 50c 

Labourers, J 65& d. at $6, 6£ at $5 .50, 218^ at $5, 61 at $3 '. 

Painters, 70£ d. at $6 

Bray, J. U., service- August 1901 

British Yukon Navigation Co. : 3-ft. blk. pipe, 18 ft. at 75c. ; washers 75c 

Brownell, I). G. 8 kegs nails $13.50 ; J. Doody, 3 doz. photographs $12 

Dumais, E. , cutting 50 cords wood 

Dunn, Thos., & Co.. Vancouver: No. 26 G. corrugated iron (27^x90), 55 squares at $6.50; 

50 lbs. roofing nails $2.50 

Forrest, Alexander : salary Aug. -Sept, 1901, 2 m. at $100 ; outlay $22.20 

Lafortune, D., services Nov., 1901 (no voucher) 

Lowe, R. : work with team, 114; d. at $20 ; 60 lbs. iron $15 

Munro & Sieward, provisions $83.75 ; McLeod, C, pipe $5 

MacLennan, Fred. : contract complete for hot air heating apparatus $1,200 ; heating 2 extra 

rooms for coui I $55 90 ; nails, 7 kegs at $10 ; stove $27 ; hardware, &c, $213.88 

Kacine, C. : rough lumber, 40,037 ft. at $10; 150 ft. planed at $55; 36 pre. windows $144; 4 

doors $18 

Sayward, J. A. : ceiling, flooring, &c, 21,199 ft. at $00, 15,000 at $55 ; 6-in. rustic. 7,756 ft. 

at $55 : shi M. at $5.50 ; sundry lumber, mouldings, &c. $789.53 ; freight $26.05 

Watson, M. G. : roofing tin, 50 sheets at 50c. J labour on roof $1 

White Pass and Yukon Route, freight, &c , 

Whitney, J. P. : in P.O. bdg. $450; 10-ft. chimney in closet at $2.75 ; brick and 

cement floor $34.50 

Whitney & Pedis i . sundries $0.05 j Yukon Elec. Co., wiring P.O. bdg. $S0 



$ cts. 


17,705 47 


69 00 
26 50 


104 50 

170 05 


2,797 77 
362 25 



232 78 

7,345 14 
105 00 



228,918 46 



606 25 


170 50 


169 75 


441 60 


150 00 


1,665 25 


2,307 15 


423 00 


150 00 


14 25 


25 50 


150 00 


360 00 


222 20 


144 00 


240 00 


88 75 


1,506 78 


1,771 73 


3.600 35 


26 0) 


241 50 


512 00 


86 05 



Total carri* d to 



2 15,132 61 



1— 5£v 



V-68 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Yukon District Telegraph Lines. 



./Etna Fire Insurance Co., fire insurance premium on policy No. 6,177 

Ahearn & Soper, Ltd. : 150 ohm box relays with key on base, 6 at $13 ; 2 x 4 

line button switches, 16 at $9.25; line tapping clamps, 25 at $9.75 ; 6x8 

glass jars, 1,054 at 45c. ; ' G 'zincs, 900 at 47ic ; coppers, 850 at 22^c. ; No. 

14 okonite wire, 500 ft. at 4§c. ; sundries $20'.84 ; boxing $31.05 

Aish, Gus., lineman, Oct. 15, 1900, to Sept. 30, 1901, 351 d. at $3 

Allan, G. L., Vancouver, boots : 12 prs. men's dull hip at $4.76^ ; 48 prs. chrome 

kip miners at $3.70 •. 

Armstrong & Morrison, Vancouver: cooking stoves, 2 at $18, 2 at $12.50; 3 

cast steel bars, 6 ft. long $6 ... 

Asman, Frank, wages, March 11-Oct. 13, 1901, $611.85; less store ace, &c, 

$33.70 

Aubry, Luc, wages, March-Oct., 1901, $608.40 ; less store ace, &c, $21.76.. . . 

Bailey, W. B., & Co., Ashcroft, B.C., forwarding 'and commission agents 

Ball, 'Wm. P. : services Oct. 1-July 14, 1901, 287 d. at $3 ; dog loaned to E. E. 

Charleson and not returned $50 ; dog harness $5 ; less store ace. $7.95 

Barlow, A., Quesnelle : timothy hay, 1,650 lbs. at l^c. ; 6 telegraph poles $6 ; 

drayage $22 

Barrett, C, cash received (no account) 

n storekeeper, July 14 -Oct. 10 

Bearman, James, packer, June-Aug., 1901, 41 d 

Berlinquet, Eugene : travelling expenses Ottawa- Vancouver, Feb. 18-28, 1901, 

$81. 70; wages, Feb. 18-28, 1901, 10 d. at $1.50, March 1-Sept. 16, 1901, 

167fti d. at $3 ; less store ace. $13 .40 ; poll tax $3 

Berlinquet, Jules : travelling expenses Ottawa-Vancouver, Feb. 18-28, 1901, 

$81.70 : wages Feb. 18-28, 10 d. at $1.50, March 1-Sept. 16, 1901, 171 T 6 o d. 

at $3 ; less store ace. $13.60 ; poll tax $3. . 

Blanchette, Nap. : wages Feb. 16- Nov. 28, 1901, $786.88 ; travelling expenses 

Vancouver-Ottawa Nov., 1901, $79.80: less paid in 1900-1, page V— 57, 

$135, cash from J. B. Charleson $30, store ace. $15.05, poll tax $3 

Blair, Geo. I., pasturing 3 horses all summer and wintering 

Bolain, Robt. : wages March 1-Oct. 31, 1901, $790.32; less store ace. $30.35, 

poll tax $3 

Bolton, Doctor, Port Simpson, j^rofessional attendance. 

Bonneville, J. H. : wages Feb. 16 -Nov. 21, 1901, $668.85; travelling expenses, 

Vancouver-Ottawa, Nov., 1901, $79.80; less paid in 1900-01, page V— 57, 

$112.50 ; cash from J, B. Charleson $20, store ace. &c. $106.60 

Boucher, Wm., ferryman : ferriage $42.10, feeding horse $5 ; less store ace. $7.. 
Bowron, A. : operator, 3 m. to Oct. 31, 1901, $180; extra services Oct., 1900- 

Aug. 1, 1901, $25 

Boyer. A. : services Nov. 1, 1900 -Nov. 7, 1901, 12^ m. at $250 ; outlay Jan.- 

Nov., 1900, $382.35 ; cash to men in 1900, $193 ; outlay Jan. 21- June 3, 1901 

$82.05; travelling expenses, Vancouver-Ottawa. Nov., 1901. $105.55; less 

cash in 1900-1, pages V— 57 $800, V— 60 $150, V— 255 $150, V— 284 $100, 

from J. B. Charleson page V— 285 $400, from J. Y. Rochester page V— 286 

$35, from H. B. Co., page V— 58, $200, from J. B. Charleson $230 

British Columbia Canning Co., storage of goods, wharfage, &c 

British Columbia Express Co., fares and express charges 

Brown, Lewis A., wages, June-Aug., 1901, 43 d. at $2.50 ; less store ace. $2.31 

Bryant, J., wages April- June, 1901, 68 d. at $2.50 ; less store a,cc. $2.10. 

Bryant, Richard: wages, April-June, 1901, $354.49; 2 cedar logs $5; less store 

ace. $2 . 50 

Bryant, Wm. : wages April- June, 1901, $170 ; less store ace. $1 

Burns, Geo. : wages, March-Oct., 1901, $615.32; 87 lbs. mutton at 20c. ; I 

store ace, &e, $16.15 , . . . , 

Burns, P., & Co., Atlin : beef, <fee, 1,858 lbs. at 22£c. ; 1 horse $50 ; less 2 

windows bought from dept. $10.20 

Calbreath, J. Frank, Telegraph Creek ($14,617.08)— 

Pack train in charge of J. Patterson, ranging from 35 to 12 animals, July 4- 
Nov. 5, 1901, equivalent to 2,961 days at $2.50; less R. V. Elliott, 
wages July 14- Aug. 7, 1901, $80.64 ; supplies to Tnen, $18.25 

Pack train in charge of Geo. Cox, Aug. 9-Oct. 31, 1901, 12 animals 66 days 
and 1L animals 4 days, equivalent to 836 days at $2.50 

Wintering two bell mares, 37 mules and 1 draft horse at $75, as per agree- 
ment, $3,000; less invoice of Aug. 30, 1900, for hay and freight on same 
to be returned to the Oa«ca,I having returned hay the property of dept. 
instead, $248.88 ; 3 tons of hay used by me at $85 

Snow shoes, 1 pr. at $4, 6 at $5, 11 at $7, 23 at $8 

Skin shoes, 20 prs. at $1.50 ; scows, 1 large, $50, small, $30 



Carried forward. 



Construc- 
tion. 



$ cts. 



1,046 04 



234 75 

67 00 

578 15 
586 64 



261 00 
254 16 



582 20 
594 90 
683 63 



756 97 
40 00 



509 55 



1,756 28 
272 70 



105 19 
167 90 

356 99 
169 00 

646 57 

451 86 

7,303 61 



17,425 09 



Mainten- 
ance. 



$ cts. 
225 00 



592 40 
1,053 00 



521 43 

908 05 

52 75 

237 49 

99 00 



60 00 



40 10 
205 00 



507 40 



2,090 00 



2,496 12 
295 00 
110 00 



9,492 74 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITl RE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-89 



Yukon District: Telegraph Lines. 



Brought forward, 



Calbreath, J. Frank — Concluded. 

Shoeing mules, $15 ; 2 dog sleighs, $20 ; making dog harness, $5.75 

Corn chop feed, 1 57 tons at $70 ; oats, 1,300 lbs. at 3£c 

Wood, 12 cords at SO ; services of J. Patterson, d. at $3 

Packing provisions to Nahlin office, 3 horses 17 dys 

I B6 of dogs, $87.50 ; wagon freight, 10,055 lbs. at lc 

Freight, $4.92 ; teaming $3 ; meals supplied freighters, &c, $155.07 

Supplies, Oct. 20, 1900-Oct. 31, 1901, $4,289.01 ; board of men at $1 a day 
$1,030 ; less 2,482 lbs. beef at 15c, 900 lbs. hay, $34.05, and $4,000 paid 
on account in 1 900-01, page V — 283 

Callaghan, J. A. ($400.84)— 

Wages, Mch. 9-May 31, 1901, $274.19; sundry outlay, $104.05; less store 

account, $18 ; cash from M. YV. C, $100, from J. B. Charleston, $100. 
Telegraph operator, June 1-Aug. 31, 1901, 3 m. at $100.. 

Campbell, Geo.: freighting supplies, $189.30; helping to repair and set up pack 
train rigging, May, 1901, $75 ; bringing two boats from Mile Creek, 
$10.50 ; straps for climbing spurs, $1.50 

Cameron, J. R.: wages Mch. -Oct. 10, 1901, $011.40 ; less store account, $37.78. 

Canadian General Electric Co, Ltd.: wire, 502 ft. No. 12 W. C. rubber at $2, 
1,617 of No. 14 B. & S. C.C. at $1.20 ; gravity battery jars, 48 at 40c; cop : 
pers, 50 at 15c ; boxing, 75c ; 1 paj r out reel, $12.50 

Can. Pac. Lumber Co., Vancouver: 1-in. flooring, 4,000 ft. at $20; 2-in. szd.. 
600 ft. at $11.50 ; fir, 13,840 ft. at $10 ; No. 1 shingles, 15 M. at $1.75; solid 
sash, 12 at $2 ; doors, 6 at $3.25, 6 at $2.75 ; wharfage, $6.75. . 

Can. Pac. Nav. Co., fares, freight charges, wharfage, &c 

Can. Pac Ry Co., fares, freight, &c 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, telegrams . , 

Cantin, Ed.: wages, Feb. 16-Nov. 23, 1901. $688.20; travelling expenses, Van 
couver-Ottawa, Nov., 1901, $79.80; less paid in 1900-01, page V-57, $135 
cash from J. B. Charleson, $20 ; store account, &c, $12.30 

Caribou Trading Co.: board of men, $133.50; shoeing animals, 31 at $1.50 
sundry supplies, $174.89 . 

Carpenter, G.: rent of dog teams, Mch. 5-Apl. 27, 1901, 7 teams, 17 dys., 10 
teams, 37 dys. at $3 each ; time of self, 2 mos. at $125 ; 2 pr. snow shoes, 
sin ; 2 toboggans, $5 ; less paid Vancouver Hotel board, $84.25 

Carson. A. , 20 horse shoes set 

Caux, Jean: hire of 44 pack animals, April 1-Nov. 20, 1900, 227 days at $10 ; 
board and lodging for men and hay and oats for mules, $64.52 ; less store ac- 
count, $169.26, and $10 from D. Sullivan 

Champagne, J. P., on account of services, July-Nov., 1901 

Charleson, Alex.: services, Nov. 1, 1900-Oct. 31, 1901, $2,000 ; disbursements, 
Nov. 1, 1900-Nov. 5, 1901. $261.65 ; less $1,000 paid in $1900-01, page V— 
283, and $300 from J. B. Charleson (see J. B. C. account), $350 from H. B. 
Co. in Aug., 1900 

Charleson, A. J.: services, Nov. 1-10, 19U0, $58.33; Feb. 16-Oct. 31, 1901, 8£ 
m. at $175 ; travelling expenses, Ottawa- Vancouver, Feb. 12, 1901, $107.40; 
sundry outlay, Mch. ll-June 17, 1901, $68.50 ; less paid in 1900-01, page V— 
57, $25, cash from J. B. Charleson, $175 



Charleson, E. E. ($2,333.05)— 

Services, distributing provisions, &c, at the telegraph stations via Atlin. 
Mch. 1-Aug. 31, 1901, 6 mos. at $150 ; paid Percy Burnell, Kamloops, 
for 45 horses, $1,125 ; Indians, for 37 horses, $765; sundry outlay, June, 
1901, $298.65 ; total, $3,088.65, less $3,000 paid in 1900-01, page V— 57. 

Services as line foreman, Sept. 1-May 31, 1902. 9 mos. at $150 

Cash from Hudson's Bay Co., $550; from Alex. Charleson, $145; cheque 
687 of S-pt. 6, 1901, on account of travelling expenses, $200 ; from J. J. 

Healy, Oct. 14, 1901, $209.25 

Accounts paid by J. T. Phelan : E. E. Charleson, travel and outlay, Apl. 29- 

Dec 17, 1901 

Charleson, J. B., advances: on account of salary,July-June, 1902, $4,400; travel 

and disbursements, $3,240 ; (see details at end of Public Works expenditure). 

Charleson, W. G., Ottawa, tools, hardware, cooking uten.sils, tableware, &c, 

$2,402.95 ; less $1,200 paid in 1900-01 , page V— 

Chartier, Leon: wages, Feb. lO.Nov. 23, 1901, $737.02; travelling expenses, 
Vancouver-Ottawa, Nov., 1901, $79.80; less paid in 1900-01, page V— 57, 
$180 ; cash from J. B. Charleson, $25 ; store account, &c, $3.25 

Carried forward 



Construc- 
tion. 



$ cts. 
17,425 09 



100 84 



573 62 
41 94 



318 30 

4,519 12 

1,634 12 

657 74 



600 70 
66 00 



3,517 26 
200 00 



521 98 



1,506 73 



88 65 



1,104 25 



6,840 00 
1,202 95 

609 47 



41,588 76 



Mainten- 
ance. 



$ cts. 
9,492 74 



40 75 
155 40 

99 00 

127 50 
251 05 
163 59 



1,512 0G 

300 00 
276 30 

27 45 



220 55 
469 25 
198 20 



288 89 



1,647 75 
18 75 



89 67 



15 00 



1,350 00 

166 25 
800 00 



17,713 15 



V-70 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1002 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Yukon District: Telegraph Lines. 



Brought forward 



Cimon, Hyacinthe : wages, Oct.' 14, 1900- Oct. 31, 1901, $1,233.07; less store ac- 
count, §100.05 

Clark, Wm.: wages, Mch. 4-Oct. 10, 1901, -$007.74 ; less store account, &c, $9. . 

Clement, Calixte : wages, Feb. 10-June 10, 1901, $280.05 ; travellin expenses, 

Vancouver-Ottawa, July, 15)01, $102.05 ; less cash from J. B. Charleson, 

$30 j store account, $0 ; paid in 1900-01, page V— 57, $105 

Clifford, C.: wages, June-Oct., 1901, $249.90 ; less store account, $8.09 

Clogens'on, J.: wages, June- Aug., 1901, $107.50 ; less store account, $2.32. ... . 

Commercial Hotel, Vancouver (Haywood & Prescott), board of men 

Coutu, -Gustavo (1733.65)— 

Telegraph operator, Feb. 1-Aug. 31, 1901, 7 m. at $75 ; travel, Montreal- 
Ottawa, May, 1901, $7.15; meals, Ottawa- Vancouver, June, 1901, 
$12.50 ; less paid in 1900-01, page V— 284, $25, and cash from A. Hardy, 

June, 1901, $36... • • . • • . 

On account of services, Sept. -June, 1902, 10 m. at 825 (paid at Ottawa) 

Craig, James E.: wages, Aug. 22, l!)00-Oct. 0, 1901, $1,278.57; extra services, 
forwarding wire at Nass river during flood, $50 ; use of dogs, 58 days at 50c; 
expenses on trip in search of Ned Charleson, Nov. 1900, $10.50; less paid in 

1900-01, page V— 28(5, $50 ; stove account, &c, $9.40 

Crean, M. VV , paylist, Feb., 1900-Nov., 1901, outstanding • 

Cummings, H., wages, Mch. -Oct., 1901, $027.39, less store account, &c., $19.35 
Cunningham, R. & Sons ($11,089.93)- 

Charter of str. Monte Cristo, Apl. 10- July 27, 1901, 103 days at $3o 

Charter of str. Hazleton, Oct., 1901, to repair line 

Freight charges, $3,030.84 ; wharfage, $54.25 . 

Transportation per str. Hazleton, agreement with J. B. Charleson 

SS. ' Chieftain ' from Simpson to Aberdeen, Apl. 4, 1901, with supplies, 

outfit, men • 

Fares, $719 ; berths and meals, $385 

Goods supplied men : A. Charleson's party, $459.35 ; J. Y. Rochester's 

party, $381.35 ; telegraph station Kitsales, $30.70 

Men caring horses at Fort Essington, July,1901, $14; use of field for horses, 
$30 ; freight on 45 horses, Essington to Hazleton, $450, on 2 tons hay, 

.$80 ; landing, pasturing and shipping 51 horses, $51 

Hotel Essington : board of men, 133 days at $1.50, 189 at $1.25, 155 at $1 ; 

sundry, $71.50 

Wood, 173 cords at $3 ; 2 bales blankets, $100. . 
Ham, 1,092^ lbs. at 25c; bacon, 317 lbs. at 22c 
less rope, &c, $48.08 



Construc- 
tion. 



$ cts. 
41,5S8 7G 



574 97 
058 74 



241 10 

241 87 
105 18 
834 05 



sundry supplies, $205.73 ; 



Repairing and storing canoes, $19.85 ; handling freight, $2. 
Chinese cook on str. Monte Cristo, 5 days. 



Cuthbertson, N. O.: services, Feb. 10- Aug. 31, 1901, $484.82; travelling ex- 
penses, Ottawa-Vancouver, Feb., 1901, $83.00; do., Vancouver-Ottawa ; 
Aug., 1901, $103.35 ; less cash from J. B. Charleson, $10 

Daoust. Armand ($801.29)- 

Telegraph operator, Feb. 1-May 15, 1901, at $7o 

On account of services, July-June, 1902, 12 mos. at $50 (paid at Ottawa). . . . 

Davis, Geo.: wages, Mch. 11-Oct. 12, 1901, $551.55; less cash from J. B. Charle 
son, $83 ; store account, &c, $77.35 . ••••„•• 

Donner, John: wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $043.54; less store account, kc. 
«• ±>> 70 • 

Donstan, Thos.Y wages," July 2-Aug. 5, 1901, $112.89; less store account,$13.20 

Dowd, J. A.: line repairer, Jan. 1-Aug. 10, 1901, 222 d. at $2.50 ; board, Jan. 
July, 1901. 0i m. at $30; sundry outlay, $95.75; less paid in 1900-01, page 
V— 284, $400^ • 

Draper, C. E., wages, 4 r + y d. at $2. 50 

Dresser Fred ; wages, Oct. 14, 1900-Gct. 31, 1901, $910.95, less store account; 
&c, $34 .... 



Dubois, Louis : wages, Mch. 1-Sepk 10, 1901, $551.40 ; less store account, &c. . 
Duhamel, J. R.: wages, Mch. -Oct 31, 1901, $573.07; less store account, &c 

$32.50 

Dunn, Thos. & Co., Vancouver, sur dry supplies 

Durrell Nelson: wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $1153.77 ; 2nd class fare, Haleys to 

Vancouver, Feb., 1901, $53 ; do., Vancouver-Haley's, Nov., 1901, $G0.oo; 

less store account, &c, $14. 25 

Dve Janies : wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, 8509.10; less store account, e£t\, 3*32.35 
Early, Otis: lineman, Aug. 1-Oct. 31, 1901, 82 days at $2.50; caulking building, 

o days at $1 > 



Carried forward. 



201 29 



398 37 

"60804 

3,005 00 
225 00 

3,085 09 
280 00 

85 00 
1,104 00 

871 40 

025 00 

GG2 25 
019 00 

500 51 

21 85 

5 83 

75 00 



91 20 



GOO 84 
99 09 



11 00 

705 45 
103 05 

541 17 

838 GO 



753 07 
530 75 



Mai n ten - 



01,979 42 



$ cts. 
17,713 15 

55S 05 



25 50 



222 36 

250 00 



910 50 
1,019 22 



58G 77 

201 29 
GOO 00 



445 75 



111 50 
309 25 



210 00 
23,283 34 



PUBLIC ]YOI!KS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-71 



Yukon District: Telegraph Lines. 



Brought forward , 



Edwards, Harry : wages, Mch. June, 1901, $245.40 ; less cash from J. Y. Roch- 
ester, Mch., 1901, $50 ; store account, $7.75 

Egan, Michael : wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, 8578.03, less store account, &c, $18. 

Elliott, Norman: wages, Mch.-Oct., 1901, $025.14, less store account, &c, $41.95. 

Elliott, R. V.: wages, July 14-Oct. 31, 1901, $352.34, less store account, &c, 
$23.55 

Elliott, S. T.: wages, June 12-Sept. 5, 1901, $231 ; sundries, $3.50 ; less store, $3 

Ellis, A. B. : wood, 11 cords at $5 ; storage of feed, &c, $34.50 

Elsder, H.; wages, Mch.-Oct. 31, 1901, $006.06, less store account, &c, $55.20.. 

Eirstbrook Box Co., Ltd., Toronto, 7,000 2-in. side blocks 

Foster, A. C. & Co., Caribou, B.C., harness supplies 

Foubert, Albert: wages, Feb. 16-Nov. 23, 1901, $736.50; travelling expenses, 
Vancouver-Ottawa, Nov., 1901, $79.80; less paid in 1900-01, page V— 57, 
$112.50, store account, $15 95 

Fox, John : wages, Oct. 14, 1900-Nov. 22, 1901, $1,511.66 ; travelling expenses 
Vancouver-Ottawa, Nov., 1901, $81.80, less store account, &c, $01.70 

Fraser, 0. J. G. ($1,233.06)— 

Operator, Oct. 14, 1900-Sept. 30, 1901, 11 m., 18 d. at $100, $1,158.06; less 

paid in 1900-01, page V— 284, $675 

On account of services, Sept.- June, 1902. 10 m. at $75 (paid at Ottawa) 

Freeman, Jake : wages, Apl.-June, 1901, $135, less store account, $11.35. . . . 

French, Jos. L. : wages, Feb. 18- June 13, 1901, $204 ; expense account, Feb. 26 
1901, $16.25; travelling expenses, Vancouver-Ottawa, June, 1901, $103.30; 
cash from A. J. Charleson, Mch. 21, 1901, $10 ; less cash from J. B. Charle 
son, Feb. 16, 1901, $45 

Garden, G. Lee, packing, 1,450 lbs. provisions from Pike River to Nakina.. 

Georgetown Saw Mill Co., 6£ cords wood at $2 . 50 

Gilchen, H., on account of services, July-Nov., 1901 (paid in Ottawa) 

Glover, Herbert : wages, Mch.-Oct. 31, 1901, $591.81, less store account, &c, $9.55 

Gobeil, J. E.: services as private secretary to J. B. Charleson, 12 m. to June 30. 
1902 at $200; travelling expenses, Vancouver-Ottawa, Nov. 1901, $107.80; 
sundry outlay, Feb. 16-Nov. 5, 1901, $42.20; street car fares, Dec. 1901 
Jan., 1902, $2.25 

Goodfellow, E. 11., on account of salary . . . 

Goodfellow, J. , on account of salary 

Gosnell, D. : wages, A pi. -May, 1901, $98.12, less store account, 48c 

Graham, John: wages, Oct. 14, 1900-Oct. 13, 1901, $979.34, less store account 
&c, $16 

Graham, Win.: wages, Mch.-Oct. 31, 1901, $640 20, less store account, &c, $8.3* 

Greenfield, W. J.: wages Mch.-Sept. 30, 1901, $531.61; less cash from J. B 
Charleson, $400, store account, &c, $39. 42 

Gross & McNeill, Vancouver, cartage, $48.25 

Hammett, Thos.: putting up cargo for pack trains, July 2-31, 1901, 26 d. at $3.50 

Hanson, John : wages, Oct. 14, 1900-Oet. 31, 1901, $1,138.70, less store account 
&c, 833,75 ; 

Harper, John : wages, Mch. -May, 1901, $229, less store account, &c, $12.60. . , 

Hardy, A.: services as accountant, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 at $200; travelling 
expenses, Vancouver-Ottawa, Nov. 1901. $106.65 ; sundry outlay, $3.45 

Haslam, Sam.: wages, Mch.-Sept. 23, 1901, $552.90, less store account, &c, 
$16.95 , 



Hatch, G. W., fireman on Str. Monte Cristo, 82 days 

Healy, J. J.: services as forwarding agent at Vancouver. July 1-Nov. 1, 1901, 4 
m. at $150 ; expenses, 4 m. at $00 ; board at Hazelton, Sept. 22-Oct. 13, 
1901, $27.50; sundry outlay, $2.60; less $210.80 charged to Bennett-Daw- 
son, page— V 

Herman, P. & Co., Port Essington: boarding men, Oct. 14-28, 1901 at $1.25 a 
day each, $641.25 ; hire of Str. Manner, £ d., $8 ; groceries, &c, $400.99 ; 2 
cords wood for Str. Monte Cristo, $6.50 

Hodder, J. A.: wages, April-June, 1901, $246.15; subscriptions collected from 
employees, deducted from each man's pay, $96, less store account, $8.25. . . . 

Hotel Vancouver, board of men: J. B. Charleson, Feb.-Xov., 1901, 142^ d. at 
$4.50. telegrams, baggage, &c, $26.15; A. Hardy, June-Nov.. 1901, 103 d. 
at $4.50, baggage, &c, $4.50; J. E. Gobeil, Feb. -Nov., 1901, 149} d. at 
$4.50, baggage, &c, $5.95; J. Y. Rochester, Feb. -Nov., 1901, 42 ; f d. at 
$4.50, baggage, $3 ; A. Boyer, Feb. -Nov., 1901, 37 d. at $4.50, baggage, &c., 
$3; F. Hudon, Nov., 1901, 62 d. at $3, bus, $1; E. E. Charleson, May- 
Sept., 1901. $113.25, bus, $2 ; C. Carpenter, May 12- June 8, $83.25, bus, $1 ; 
Geo. Sage, Oct., 1900, E»b., 1901, $28S.75 



Carried forward 



Con- 
struction. 



$ cts 
61,97!) 42 



187 65 
530 03 
583 19 

308 04 
231 50 



610 86 

182 00 

63 50 



687 85 
480 24 



123 65 



288 55 



15 62 
500 00 
582 26 



2,527 25 
45 00 



97 64 

362 34 
631 82 

92 19 
47 00 



1,003 35 
216 40 

2,510 10 

535 95 
150 06 



28 50 

909 84 
333 90 



2,688 53 



79,534 28 



Main- 
tenance. 



$ cts. 
23,283 34 



30 00 



20 75 

89 50 



1,051 52 



483 06 
750 00 



174 00 



25 00 

150 00 

75 00 



601 00 



1 25 
91 00 



101 60 



630 80 
146 90 



27,704 72 



V-72 



AUDITOR GENERALS REPORT, 1901-1002 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Yukon District : Telegraph Lines. 



Brought forward . 



Houston, W.: wages, Mch.-Oct. 31, 1901, 6584.85 ; less store account, &c, $40.75. 
Hovey, J. W.: freighting supplies, 18 d. at §3.50, 31| at $3, 70£ at §2.50; dogs, 

38 d. at 50c. ; less store account, 50c 

Hudon, Felix : services as clerk and geneial hand, Nov. 1, 1900, to June 30, 1902, 

280 d. at §4, 10*815 m. at §100 ; sundry outlay, Feb., 1901, §50.05, Nov., 1901, 

§14.75, total §2,200.92, less paid in 1900-1, page V— 58, §157.50, cash from 

J. B. Charleson §100, and store account §28 . 80 

Hudson, Geo.: wages, April- May, 1901, §104 37 ; less store account, §2.37 

Hudson's Bay Co. (§24,944.89)- 

Detailed in 1900-1, page V— 58. 

Pack train in charge of Win. Hill, ranging from 6 to 14 animals, July 4-Aug 
18, 1901, equivalent to 1,278 d. at §2.50 ; less services of 2 men, §30 

Hire of pack train (40 mules and 5 horses), June 21-Sept. 20, lyOl, 98 d. at §55 

Supplies, July, 1900-Dec, 1901, §10,020.71; less cash collected §27.25, sun- 
dries §50.01 

Board of men, §405 ; wintering horses, §480 

Kent of storehouse at Hazel ton, year to May 19, 1901 

Bent of cabin at Kitsalas Camp, June 13-Oct. 31, 1901 

Freight on wire from Quesnelle to Stuart's Lake, July-Oct., 1900, 43,034 lbs. 
at 7c. ; less advances to freighters, §51 

Storage of goods, §117 ; sundry freight, §127.86 ; wharfage, §115.45 

Scow supplied J. Y. Rochester at Glenora, Oct. 10, 1900, §100 ; 35 layer ropes 
furnished Mr. Rochester's party on trail during season, §35 

Blacksmiths making mule shoes, 2, 15J d., each at §1 

Wood supplied Str. Monte Cristo, 23 cords at §5 

Oats, 2 tons at §90 ; sundries, §35.25 ; less 2 bales hay sold, §10 

Humphries, Thos.: wages, June-Oct. 10, 1901, §480.15 ; less store account, §18.21 

Hyland, John : 296 ft. lumber, §23 68 ; sundries, §30.50 

Indian Billy: wages, June-Oct. 10, 1901, §272.50 ; less store account, §10.59 . . . 
Indian Jim, 7 horses, 29 d. at §5.25 



Indian Louie : wages: self and horses, June-Oct., 1901, §915 ; less store account, 

§3.25 

Indian Moat : wages, June-Oct., 1901, §272.50 ; less store account, §13.17 

Jeffreys, Geo. : April- June, 1901, §170 ; less store account, §1. .75 

John, Simon Peter : wages, May-Oct., 1901, §453.30 ; less store account, §27 . . . 

Johnson, B.: wages, Mch.-Oct. *31, 1901, §624.77; less store account, §11.70 

Johnson, C. : wages, Mch.-Oct., 1901, §626.55 ; less store account, &c, §42.23.. 
Johnson, J.: wages, June-Oct., 1901, §293.70; less store account, &c, §41.25 .. 
Johnson, Lee L. : wages, Oct. 1, 1900- July 16, 1901, §875 . 33 ; less store account, 

&c., $5.90. i 

Johnson, Martin: wages, Mch. 11- June 16, 1901, §267.90; less store account, 

§25.25 

Johnson, Simon : wages, Apl. 11-30, 1900, §80 ; less store account, §7.75 

Johnston, A.: wages, Mch.-Oct. 31, 1901, §831.11 ; less store account, &c, §50.90 

Johnston, Chas., tare from Port Essington- Vancouver, Nov., 1901 

Johnston, Wm.: wages, Mch. -Oct., 1901, §685.25 ; k-ss store account, &c, §26.46, 

cash from J. B. Charleson §20, cash of May 3 §20 

Johnston, Kerfoot & Co., Vancouver, 1 leather trunk. . 

Jones, C. J.: wages, Jan. 28, 1900-Oct. 9, 1901 at §100 a m., §838.71, Mch. 1- 
Nov? 5, 1901 at §90 a m., §735, total §1,573.71; outlay, §41; less paid in 
1899-1900, page V— 66, §375, in 1900-01, page V— 58, §525 and cash from J. 

B. Charleson §240, store account §56 .62 

Joynt, Geo., line repairer, Oct. 1, 1900-Sept. 30, 1901, 305 d. at §3 

Kelly, Douglas & Co (§27,135.87)— 

Supplies of 1900-01 : Hung, flour, 128 brls. at §5.50; 50 gunnies rolled oats 
§132.50; beans, 3,140 lbs. at 4c. ; breakfast bacon, 7,851 lbs. at 17c, 
5,051| at 16c, 204 at 14c. ; hams, 1,980 at 16^c, 1,124 at 10c, 2,372 at 
15c ; pork, 10 brls. at §10.50; sausage meat, 122 doz. tins at §4 ; corned 
beef, 75 doz. at §3.25 ; roast mutton, 130 doz. at §4 ; lunch tongue, 130 
doz. at S3. 50; asst. soups, 104 doz. at §3, 14 at §3.50 ; fluid beef, doz. 
at §9, 4 at §4.50; pork and beaiis, 20 doz. at §1.50; corn, 120 doz. 
at §1 .35 ; beets, 30 doz. at §2.20, 70 at §2 ; sauerkraut, 60 doz. at §2.75; 
carrots, 120 doz. at §2 ; turnips, 40 doz. at §2, 20 at §2.25 ; cabbage, 74 
doz. at §2; tomatoes, 30 doz. at §1.80, 40 at §1.35; peas, 40 doz. at 
§1.25, 20 at §1.30 ; evap. potatoes, 3,200 lbs. at 22c; evap. apples, 1,650 
lbs. at 9^c; gran, sugar, 11,150 lbs. at 6c ; tea, 1,550 lbs. at 28c, 80 at 
30c; coffee, 3,360 lbs. at 28c; figs, 1,250 lbs. at 8c; raisins, 2,500 lbs. 
at 9£c. ; currants, 260 lbs. at 12c, 120 at 14c. ; prunes, 1,750 lbs. at 8c, 



Carried forward 108,216 06 



Con- 
struction. 



§ cts, 
79,534 28 

544 10 



1,759 33 
102 00 

921 50 

3,165 00 
5,390 00 

7,100 60 
15 00 



2,961 38 
243 31 

135 00 



115 00 
25 00 
467 94 
7 00 
261 91 
152 25 

911 75 
259 33 
168 25 
426 30 
613 07 
584 32 
210 45 



242 65 

72 25 

780 21 

10 00 

618 79 



418 09 



Main- 
tenance. 



§ cts. 
27,704 72 



352 25 



161 29 



3,448 85 

930 00 

50 00 

23 00 



117 00 

124 00 

180 25 
47 18 



42 00 
869 43 



37 50 



1,095 00 



35,182 47 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V- 73 



Yukon District : Telegraph Linos. 



Brought forward 



Kelly, Douglas & Co.— Cone! tide! . 
Supplies of l!)00-01 — Concluded. 

1,000 at 7c. ; Japan rice, 4,300 lbs. at .V. ; baking powder, 35 cases at 
sin; evap. eggs, 4(i()(l.i/.. at $1 ; milk. 150 cases at $5; cream, SO cases 
at $6; creamery butter, 1,868 lbs. at 33c, 1,740 at 36c; lard. 600 lbs. at 
I2jc, 1,260 at 14c; cheese, 520 lbs. at 15c; Keiler's marmalade. 1,936 
lbs. at lie; pickles, 47 kegs at $2; lemon and vanilla exttacts, cases 
at $12; candles, 800 His. at L8c; matches, 30 grs. at $ 1 ; laundry soap, 
5 boxes at $5, 10 at $4.75; T & B tobacco, 577A lbs. at 72c. ; club to- 
bacco, 405.V lbs. at 08c; 5 do/., pipes, $43; hay, 5 tons at $20, 3'06 at 
$17 ; oats, 4*53 tons at $.'55 ; hay rope, 070 lbs. at 13c; Dom. flags, 4 at 
$5; burlap, 505 lbs. at 15c: jut.' sacks, 500 at 10c; 2 stoves and pipes, 
$42.16; coal, 10 tons at $0.50; sacks, $10; canoes, 3 at $30; coloured 
blankets, 240 lbs. at 45c; corking for horse and mule shoes. 236 sets at 
50c; small items, $868.14; sacks, dray age, wharfage, &c, $200.05; 

strapping cases, $166.25 

Supplies of 1001-02: Hour, 50 brls. at $5.50; beans, 5,100 lbs. at 5c; 
rolled oats, 55 gunnies at $3 : breakfast bacon, 4,155 lbs. at 18c; corned 
beef, 10 cases at $7, 50 at $5 ; lunch tongue, 10 cases at 87 : soups, G 
cases at $10 ; beets, 25 cases at $5 ; turnips, carrots, parsnips and 
cabbage, 10 cases each at $5; evap. potatoes, 2,800 lb*, at 28c; toma- 
toes, 10 cases at $2.70, 10 at $2. 37£ ; evap. apples, 1.000 lbs. at 9c; 
prunes, 075 lbs. at 8c: raisins, 750 lbs. at 9c; marmalade, 50 doz. at $4 ; 
lard, 1,080 lbs. at 14c; butter, 3,120 lbs. at 35c; cream, 50 cases at $6; 
cheese, 382 lbs. at 14c; mixed pickles, 25 kegs at $2 ; baking powder, 30 
doz. at $7.50 ; gran, sugar, 7,000 lbs. at 6c; tea, 000 lbs. at 28c; coffee, 
1,500 lbs. at 28c; rice, 2,000 lbs. at S.^c ; syrup, 8 cases at $0 ; tobacco, 
T. & B., 400 lbs. at 72c, club and P. of W., 430 lbs. at 08c; candles, 25 
cases at $2.75 ; J man. rope, 411 lbs. at 16c; pressed hay, 5 tons at $17; 
oats, G"02 tons at $40. 102 tons at $37 ; horses, at $45 ; coal, 15 tons 
at $6*. 50, 15 sacks, $15 ; small items, $381.01 ; sacks, drayage, wharfage, 

&c, $134.31 ; cases strapped, 501 at 15c. . 

Keeley, F., wages, Mch.-June, 1001, $157.50; less store account, $12.20 ; cash 

from J. B. Charleson, $100 . 

Keir, Win., workonStr. Monte Crista, 14h d. at $1.07, 77 at $2.17, less $10 cash 

from J. B. Charleson 

Kelly, Geo., boatman, March, 1001, 4 d. at $2.50 ." 

Kepner, E. L. : messenger, May 2-Dec 12, 224 d. at $5; expense account, 

$1 75 . 15 ; less store account, &c , $63 .70 

Ker, James, freight on coffee, $18 ; customs house papers, &c, $1 ,. 

Kingston, L. B. : services, May 21-Nov. 20, 1001, $402 ; travelling expenses, 

Ottawa Vancouver and return, $116.95 : less cash from A. Hardy, $31 

Lacroix, ('v.: wages, Feb. 10 Nov, 23, 1001, $730.87; travelling expenses, Van- 
couver-Ottawa, Nov. 1901, $75). 80 ; less paid in 1000-01, page V— 58, $135, 

cash from J. B. Charleson, $30 ; store account, &c, $43.07 

Lamothe, G. T.: wages, Feb. 16-Nov. 22, 1901, $708. (il ; travelling expenses, 
Vancouver Ottawa, Nov. 1001, $70.80; less paid in 1903-1, page A'- 58 

8225 : cash from J. B. Charleson. $45 ; store account, &c, $10.30 

Lanstron, A : wages, Mch -Nov., 1901, $638.82; less, store account, &c, $24.. 
Lashbrook, B.: wages, Oct. 1, 1000 Oct. 31, 1001, $1,330.40 ; less, store account, 

&C, 842 15 

Leighton, J . : wages, April-June, 1001. 

Leigh ton, Wm.: wages, April-June, 1901, $161.87, less, store account, $2.25... 

L< psett, Edward, Vancouver, 15 tents, &c 

Loiselle, W . : wages, Feb. 16-Nov, 23. 1001. $675.60; travelling expenses, Van- 
couver-Ottawa, Nov., 1001, 870.HI ; less, paid in 1000-01, page V— 50, $180; 

' st« >re account, $1 3 . 15 

Loucks, Chas.: wages, Mch. -Sept. 23, 1001, $525.00; less, store account, &c, 

S7.50 ... 

Lowes, Thos.: wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $044. 20; less, store account. &c, 

s2S. 13 

Madden, W. T.: capt Str. Monte Cristo, April 16 Aug. 10, 1001, 4 m. at $100 ; 
outlay, $111.92; less paid in 1900 01, page V— 5!), $200; cash from J. B. 

Charleson. $11 1 : store, $3 

Marshall, N. C: services as operator, Mch. 11-Dec. 10, 1901, mos. at $75; 
outlay, 847. 80 : less, cash from J. B. Charleson, $100 (8182.50 of this amount 

is an account of Haywood and Frescott not yet settled). 

Martin, David, repairing line, 37 days at $2.50 



Carried forward 135,924 70 



Con- 
struction. 



$ cts. 
108,210 0G 



18,514 02 



745 9G 
45 30 



181 30 
10 00 



1,231 45 
19 00 



i7 95 



611 60 



478 11 
014 82 

1,207 31 
101 87 
150 02 
442 70 



502 25 
517 50 
016 13 

208 92 

022 80 



Main- 
tenance. 



$ cts. 
35,182 47 



r,875 89 



02 50 



43,150 SO 



V-74 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1002 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Yukon District: Telegraph Lines. 



Construc- 
tion. 



Mainten- 
ance. 



Brought forward 



$ cts. 
135,924 76 



Martin, H.: wages, Oct. 17 -April 16, 1901, 6 mos. at .$75; packing, 4,922 lbs. 
of provisions at 10c; 2 horses and saddles, 21 days work at $2; Caribou 
meat, &c, $11.75 

Matheson, Robt.: wages, Mch.-Oet. 31, 1901, $057.70; less, cash, $2; poll tax, 



$3. 



Mercer, A. H.: wages, Mch. 4-Oct. 12, 1901, $593.31; less, store account, &c, 

$51.85 

Michon, Frank: wages, Mch. -Oct. 12, 1901, $612.90; less, store account, &c, 

$18.55 

Milne, W. J. ($615)— 

On account of services, 12 mos . to June 30, 1901 

Fare, Vancouver-Skeena, May 10, 1901 

Mitchell, F. E.: wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $663 . 30 ; outlay, $0; less, store 

account, &c . , $29 . 75 ; cash from J . B . C . , $20 .50 , 

Mooney, James ($650)— 

Services as operator, July, 1901 

On account of services, Aug. -June, 1902, 11 mos. at $50 (paid at Ottawa). . 
Moore, George : wages, April 8-May 3, 1901, 26 days at $3 ; less, cash from E. 

E . C . , $15 ; store account, 65c 

Moore, Harry A.: wages, Oct. 1, 1900-Oct. 12, 1901, $892.38; 87 lbs. fresh 

mutton at 20c . ; less, board, $50 ; store account, $9 . 20 

Morrison, Angus, services as operator at Kulda, Oct. 17, 1900-Jan. 31, 1902, 

April 1-25, 1902, at $100, $1,631.63 ; less, 30 lbs. of tobacco at $1 

Morrow, L. & Co. , Port Essington, beef, 1,081 lbs. at 13c 

Hot-tram, F.: wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $585.96; less, store account, $26.30. 
Murphy, J.: wages, Mch. -Oct., 1901, $657.40; less, store account, &c, $9.50. 
Murphy, J. E.: wages, Feb. 10-Nov. 23, 1901, $959.10; travelling expenses, 

Vancouver-Ottawa, Nov., 1901, $79.80; less, paid in 1900-01, page V— 59, 

$135, store account, &c, $16.95 

McCallum, Wm.: wages, April 16-July 31, 1901, $522.50; less, cash from J. B. 

Charleson, $100, store account, $1 .75 

McCutcheon, John F.: canoe hire, $10; board and lodging, $11.25; provisions, 

$3 . 10 ; stationery, 65c 

McDonald, D. F.: wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $687.92; less, store account, 

&c, $23.35 

McDonald, R.: wages, April-May, 1901, $98.12 ; less, store account, &c, $5.65. 
McEachern, D. H., Burns Lake, B.C., line repairs Sept. 12, 1900- May 31, 1901, 

19 days at $2.50, 8 mos . at $75 

McGreer, James : beef, 10,366 lbs. at 30c; less, freight, feed, etc., $180 

McGillivray, W., hardware . . '. 

Mclnnis, A.: wages, Mch. -Oct. 10, 1901, $615.90; less, store account, &c, 

$7.08 , 

Mclnnis, John: wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $856.95; less, store account, &c, 

$26.10 

Mclnnis, Neil: wages, June 18-Oct. 10, 1901, $329.87 ; less, store account, &c, 

$11 . 59 

McKay, James : wages, Mch. -June, 1901, $170.63 ; less, 1 pair boots, $5.50. . . 
McKay, John : wages, April 17- Oct. 12, 1901, $179.70; less, store account, &c, 

$92.50 •. 

McKay, R.: wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $649.15; less, store account, &c; 

$40.55 

Mackenzie : wages, June- July, 1901, $273 ; less, store account, $6.25 

McLaughlin, T. L . , bal . wages to Oct . , 1900 (no account) 

McLean, J. A.: wages, Mch. 4 -June 16, 1901, $284.20; less, store account, 

&c, $15.47 , 

McLeese, J . S . , meals and horse feed 

MeLennan, James: wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $023.10; less, store account, 

&c . , $43 .63 

McMicking, W. B.: wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $624.47; less, store account, 

&c, $24.65 

McMillan, John: wages, Mch. 11- July 7, 1901, $325.90; less, store account, 

&c, $49.95 

McMillan, Neil, lineman, July 4-31, 1901, 28 days at $2.50 

McNeil, E. R., rent of Smith Premier typewriter, Dec. 3-Feb. 3, 1901, 2 mos. 

at $5 , 



McNaughton, A. : board and lodging for men and horse feed. 

MacPherson, R. G., Vancouver : bluestone, 7,360 lbs. at 8c; drugs, &c, $111.40. 
McRitchie, J., wages, Mch.-May, 1901, $152.10 



652 70 
547 49 
594 35 



15 00 
619 05 



62 35 

282 58 



140 92 
559 66 
647 90 



886 95 
420 75 



659 57 
92 47 



2,929 80 
19 80 

608 82 

830 85 

318 28 
465 18 

387 20 

608 60 

266 75 

81 99 

268 73 



579 47 
599 82 
210 95 



10 00 

412 04 
152 10 



$ cts. 
43,150 86 



995 95 



600 00 



100 00 
550 00 



568 00 
1,601 63 



25 00 



647 50 



5 00 



65 00 
70 00 



108 00 
238 16 



Carried forward. 



150,856 



48,775 10 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-75 



Yukon District: Telegraph Line*. 



Bi 



rht for' 



Nelson, Peter, work on Str. Monte Crtito, 23^ d. at $1.50, 57 d. at $1.07; on 
account, $5.75 

Ness, Louis : wages, Mch.-Oct. 31, 1901, 8033.17 : less store account, 820. L3... . 

Northern Hotel, Port Simpson : board of men, 8114; freight, $50; building 2 
houses on works, $120; rent of hou.se, 3 m. tc June 1, 1001, §00 ; sundries, 



$11 



North-west Fixture Co., Seattle, 0,070 double petticoat deep groove sdasa insul- 
ators at $54 .20 

O'Dwyre, J. S.: bacon, 280 lbs. at 30c; 200 lbs. flour, $20 

Olive, W. H. T., Atlin: contract for 2 chimneys, §250 ; sundries, $131. 2G 

Olsen, Ole : wages, Mch.-Oct. 31, 1901, $666.11 ; fare Port Essington -Vancouver, 

§10 ; less store account, &c, $60.15 . 

Patterson, John : wages, 12 d. at -Si. 50 ; 1 riding saddle, $15 

Patterson, Mrs., Vancouver, board, &c., of men 

Perley, K W.: wages, Mch.-Oct. 31, 1001, §042.00; less store account, &c, 

$58.98 

Peterson, 0.: wages, Mch.-Oct. 31, 1001, §044.03; 1 p. spurs and straps, §2.50; 

less store account, &c. , 810 .03 

Phelan, John T., (§5,000.75)— 

Services, Nov. 1, 1900-Oct. 31, 1001, 12 m. at §175; less paid in 1000-01, 

page V— 59 §75, V— 2S4 §825 

On account of services Nov. 1 -June 30, 3002, 8 m. at §75 

Travelling expenses and outlay, Oct. 20, 1001- June 14, 10 J2 

Expenditure, Oct. 31, 1001- June 0, 1002 (§3,770.88)— 

Wages paid packers, &e.: A. King, §217.01; B. Boucher, $237.12; C. 
Boucher, §103.50; VVm. Kerr, §010.70; James Wiggins, §347.50.. 
McEwan & Oreelman, special conveyance furnished Mr. Phelan, Ash- 
croft to Quesnel 

Sealy, John : 10 pack saddles at §12 ; 21 lash ropes at 00c; bridle rid- 
ing saddle, §35 ; apparajos rigging, §32 ; horse blanket, $2 

Sundry person, account for freighting, &o 

Advances to be deducted from their wages when they are paid by Supt. 
Cream: Antoine, $6; P. Burnell, §5; Charlie Clifford, $20; Otis 
Early, §110; P. J. Henderson, §14; T. R. Humphries, $50; 
'James,' §10; A. H. Mercer, §5; Ceo. Moore, §15; Frank Prine, 
§20; P. II. Quain, §20.25; C. J. Roger, §104; S. St. Pierre, 520; 

Charlie Sterrit, §25 ; J. H. Waller, §17.25 ; Tom Alex, $5 

Balance of ad vances to be accounted for ... 

Pierce, Henry: wages, Apl.-May, 1001, §08.12 ; less store account, §0.25 

Porter, James: pole tax collected from men on construction (deducted from 

men's w ages 

Potter's Manufacturing Association, porcelain telegraph insulators, 0,300 at 8?c 
Potts, Douglas: wages, Mch. 11-Oct. 0, 1901, §537; less store account, &c, 

§10.00 

Power, Frank, services as lineman, Oct. 17-May 27, 1901, 223 d. at §3 

Powers, F. 1).: wages, June-Oet. lft, 1001, $330.57; less store account, &c„ $5.. 
Trine, Frank: wages, June 22-Oct. 7, 1901, §352.58; less store account, &c, 
$55 . 35 



Proctor, G*. W 

Quain, P. R., on account of wages, Feb. -June, 1902 

Reed & Sylvester, freight, &c 

Robillard, Eugene: wages, Feb. 10-Mar. 22, 1901, §031.05 



1001, §70.80 



travelling expenses, 



pair 
jeV-77 



of gum boots, $9.50 : les 



Vancouver-Ottawa, Nov 

store account, &c, $35 

Rochester, John Y., $22,195.70 detailed at pui 

Roger, 0. J., ($550)- 

Travelling expenses, Ottawa- Ashcroft, July, 1001 

On account of wages 

Ross, Win.: wages, Well. -Sept., 1001, $538.40; less store account, & 

Sage, Geo., ($905.60)— 

Services, Nov. 1, 1900-Mch. 1, 1901, 4 in. at §75 

Wages: Mch. -Oct., 1901, §673.85; less cash from J. B. Chai 

store account, &u. , $18.25 

Barazin, Jos.: wages, Feb. 10-Nov. 2:), 1901, 87;'-°). 03; travelling expenses, Van- 
couver-Ottawa, Nov. 1001, $79.80 ; spurs and plyers, $5 ; less paid in 1900- 
1001, page V— 50, §135; cash from J. B. Charlesou, 800 ; store account, &c, 
$27.35........ 

Sargent, R. S. & Co., sundry supplies ... 

Carried forward 



$50 ; 



Construc- 
tion. 



$ cts 
150,850 88 



136 10 
013 04 



301 00 



328 00 
104 00 



015 96 

15 00 

127 15 

583 71 

034 00 



15 00 



91 87 

504 00 
541 80 

526 40 

325 57 

207 23 

573 75 



085 35 
22,118 30 



315 00 
530 40 



005 00 



621 38 

1,008 77 

183,130 34 



V-76 



AUDITOR GENERAL 9 8 REPORT, 1901-1002 

2-3 EDWAriD-VII., A. 1903 



Yiikou District : Telegraph Lines. 



Brought forward 



Sealy, J. C. K.: wages, May 24, 1900-Oct. 13, 1901, .$1,466.12; saddle horses, 7 
at $75, 1 at §60 ; saddles, 6 pack at $11, 2 riding at $15 ; blankets, 30 prs. at 
£4: sundries, $84.25; Indian Larry, canoeing, $30; dogs hauling provis- 
ions, $89 ; oats, 5,828 lus. at 4ic. ; less store account, &c , 

Seybold, J. A. Co., Ottawa: 197,267 lbs. E.B.B. telegraph wire at $4.70; bag- 
* ging, $123.30 ; less paid in 1900-01, page V-59, $4,000 ; V— 284, $500. . . . . . 

Sheppard, I. M.: wages, A pi. -June, 1901, $170 ; less store account, 50c 

Sherr, C. A.: services as operator at Ashcroft, Dec. 16, 1900, Dec. 25, 1901, 53 f 
weeks at $5 ; express charges, $1 . 20 

Smith, Geo.: wages, Mch. 11-Oct. 12, 1901, $578.70; less store account, &c., 
$33.30 

Smith, J. E.: wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $637.74 ; less store account, &c., $55.38 

Smith, Kenneth : wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $675.50 ; less store account, &c, 
$2 [, cash from J. B. Charleson $210 

Smith. M. & Co., Vancouver : 87 prs. blankets, 720 lbs. at 55c; undershirts and 
drawers, 13 doz., each at $9.50; 9 doz. flannel, serge and tweed top shirts, 
$147.50; 7 doz. blue denim overalls at $10.50; 3 doz. gray am. pants at 
$13.50 ; 7 doz. gloves at $5 ; 25 doz. wool socks, $80 ; oil jackets, 4 doz. at 
$16 ; oil pants, 4 doz. for $58. 16 ; oil hats, 4 doz. at $6 ; 1 doz. felt hats, $18; 
9 doz. Turkish towels, $34.50 ; sundries, $58.88 ; packing, &c, $6 

Smith & Bryson, Ashcroft : wagon, $100 ; smithwork, $7.50 

Str. Charlotte, freight, &c 

Stnrrett, C: wages, June-Oct. 10, 1901, $249.96 ; less store account, $2.75 

Stewart & Crozier: freighting, 39, 715 lbs. at 4c, 1,110 poles at 45c. sundry $141.30; 
transport of men, $348 ; horse-hire, &c. $168.02 ; less paid in 1900-1901, page 
V— 284, $2,000 ' 

Tait, John: wages, Mch.-June, 1901, $225.62; less store account, &c, $10.96 

Tait, Root.: canoeman, 11A d. at $2.50 ; less store account, $1.05 

Thompson, K.: wages, Mch. -Oct., 1901, $637 ; less store account, &c v $15.35. 

Thome, J. A.: wages, Mch. 28-Sept. 9, 1901, $471.08; less store account, &c, 
$22.55 

Tierney, John 

Topley Studio, 



Con- 
struction. 



$ cts. 
183,136 34 



: 24 d. on pack train, Aug., 1901, at $2.50 ; less store account, I 
Ottawa, 3 albums Yukon views , 

Travis, H. S.: wages, Mch.-June, 1901, $253.35 ; less store account, $4.85. .. , 

TroJtlen. James : wages, Nov. 1-Dec 31, 2 m. at $200, Jan. 1-Oct. 31, 1900, 304 
d. at $10, $3,440; detailed in 1900-1901, page V— 59, $11,061.83; less over- 
draft in Bk. of B. N. A., page V— 59, $8,032.62, and telegrams and interest 
$317.63, cash from J. B. Charleson, Feb. 8, 1901, $1,000, 2 horses sold $75, 
amount retained to pay J. P. Pleace, $23, and charged to Ashcroft Barker- 
ville, repoling $3,243.23 .., 

Union SS., freight on 988 coils wire ■ 

Van Norman, Fred.: wages, Feb. 23-Oct. 31, 1901, $J26.5S ; less store account, 
&c, $06 

Waller, F. K.: telegraph operator, Oct. 14, 1900-Sept. 30, 1900, $1,158.00; less 
paid in 1900-1, page V— 60 $75, V-284 $600, store account $2.10 

Warren, Waiter: labourer, June 18-Sept. 30, 1901, $257.50; less store account, 
25 



$9. 



Weatherbie, Geo.: wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $593.85; fare Port Essington- 
Vancouver, $10 ; less store account, &c, $6.35 

Wesley, Arthur: wages, Mch.-June, 1901, $462.81 ; less store account, $11.25.. 

Wesley, James, wages to May 28, 1901 

Weslev, Thomas : wages, M(;h.-June, 1901, $209.37 : less stove account, $10. . . . 

White, J. P.: wages, Nov. 1-10, 1900, $33.33, Feb. 16-Nov. 11, 1901, $1,059.71 ; 
travelling expenses Var.couver-Ottawa, Nov., 1901, $111.80; less store ac- 
count, $5 . 10 and $16 ...... 

White, S. :N.: wages, Mch. -Oct. 31, 1901, $028.65 ; less store account, &c, $59.10 

Williams, Geo., self and dogs, freighting, &c 

Wilson, Robt., packer, 8 d. at $1 

Woodrow, S. J.: wages, Meh.-Oct. 31, 1901, $554.57; less store account, &c, 



$56. 



Wootton, Thos. H., carting 30 tons wire 

Wright, D. W r ., wages 

Wright, Walter : services on Str. Monte Cristo, $192.50 ; $5 advanced on account 

by A. J. Charleson 

Young, J. E.: services as operator at Echo Lake, Oct. 14, 1900-Oct. 31, 1901, 

$i,200.07 ; board and lodging at Fort Wrangel, May 24-June 11, 1900, $45; 

less paid in 1899-1900, V— 69, $100, in 1900-1, V— 284, $255, store account 

$72 55, and $150 from M. W. Crean ... 



Carried forward 201,119 80 



441 50 



1,283 04 

107 50 



247 21 



214 m 

27 70 

621 65 

448 53 



50 00 
24S 50 



1,810 35 
240 00 

436 83 



597 50 

451 56 

54 00 

199 37 



1,183 74 
569 55 



8 00 
498 32 



197 50 



201 45 



Main- 
tenance. 



$ cts. 
58,037 16 



1,658 89 


1,066 74 


4,894 85 
169 50 






268 32 


539 40 

582 36 


6 00 



45 70 



"45 42 



57 00 



123 75 

480 96 

248 25 



261 34 



15 00 
210 50 



466 67 



62,032 81 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITl BE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-77 



Yukon District; Telegraph Lines. 


Conduc- 
tion. 


Maintan- 
ance. 




$ cts. 
201,119 80 

5,540 39 


$ Cts. 

62,032 M 


Accounts for packing, &c, paid by: A. Gharleson, $693.04 ; A. J. Charleson, 
181. 15 ; .T. F. Calbreath, $3,015.76 : K. Cunningham & Sons, $520.97 ; J. 
J. Healy, $3,922 . 36 ; H. B. Co., $3,559 .20 


6,252 39 
25 51 


Drayage, $11.51; lumber, $23.14; hardware, $i5.55; 1,853 lbs. hay, $27.77; 


21 30 

2,050 63 


59 42 


Detailed in 1900-1901, page V— GO 








Transfer of amount detailed with Maintenance and charged to Construction 


208,732 12 
2,200 00 


68,370 13 
2,200 00 




210,932 12 


66,170 13 


Charged as follows : — 

* Juesnelle-Atlin, B.C., Construction (Carried to page V — 2) 

ii Maintenance.. (Carried to ' Maintenance ' ) 

Branch Line to Man son Creek . . (Carried to page V— 2) 

Port Simpson via Port Essington to Hazelton (Carried to page V — 2) 




142,409 82 




66,170 13 
4,471 95 




64,050 35 








277,102 25 



Personal Account : J. \ r . Koeliester. 



Services to Nov. 10, 1900, at page V— 59, 1900-1 

Services,- Nov. 11, 1900, to Feb. 15, 1901, 3& m. at $200 , 

Feb. 16-Nov. 12, 1901, 270 d. at $16 

Nov, 13-June 30, 1902, 7£$ m. at $200 

Sundry travel and outlay, Nov. 30, 1900- June 23, 1902 

Feak, Mathew, 1 canoe, paddle, sail and 2 oars and locks 

Northern Hotel, Port Simpson, board and lodging of men, March 8, 1901 

Str. Nell, charter 1 day with freight, $60 : 50 tons freight, $75 

Sundry accounts paid 

Protest charges : F. Hudon $4.10, Joynt $2.56, Olsen $2.50 (deducted from J. Y. K. account) 

Advances of $10 each to Indians' to be deducted from their accounts when settled with by E. 
E. Charleson: Jos. Blower, Thos. Brown, Thos. Campbell, Thos. Ingram, Jim Kitsiytli, 
Walter Latz, Wm. Muldo, Chas. Welch 

Paid J. B. Charleson 

Detailed in 1900-1, page V— 59 



Less 



Paid in 1900 1901, page V— 59 $ 450 00 

Balance of advance unaccounted for in 1900-1, page V — 59 4,160 14 

Cash from J. B. Charleson 2,356 10 

Sundry amounts received in 1000-1, page V— 286, included in item of $212.80 . 113 00 

J. B. Charleson paid cheque favour of Meade, July 28, 1900 300 00 

Received from J. F. Calbreath, July 23, 1900 40 00 

E. Mulcahy's draft credited in error, (Jet. 2, 1900 99 00 

J. Elliott's .1 ,. ,. Oct. 20, 1900 , .... 198 00 



$ eta. 



635 71 


2,700 00 


1,520 00 


327 61 


130 00 


159 00 


135 00 


753 32 


9 16 


80 00 


995 01 


22,467 13 


29,911 94 



Total, carried to i «ige V— 75 

Yukon District: Telegraph Line — Dawson to Fort Egbert* 

Seybold, J. A., Co., Ottawa > 20,900 lbs. E. B. B. telegraph wire at $4.70; bagging, $13.06. . 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co* : Transportation of tlaterials, «fcc. 

Freight charges on telegraph wire and supplies, Feb. -Sept., 1900 

Can. Pac* Ity. Co.: Transportation of Materials* 
Freight charges, April, 1899-March, 1900 



7,716 24 



22,195 70 



995 36 



2,238 38 



3,879 51 



(Note.— $20 advanced Peter Nelson and $15 Walter Wright by Mr. Rochester, but not deducted from 
their accounts when settled with.) 



V-78 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Yukon District : Trails, Roads and Bridges. 

Camp No. 1: Dawson to Hunker, Pay-lists, July 1- Aug.* 25 ($8,000.50). 

Foreman, A. Bettez, 45 d. at $7 ; timekeeper, A. Duchesneau, 1\ d. at $5.50, 24 at $5. 

Teamsters : S. Belanger, 15 d. at #5.50 ; D. Minnie, 4G d. at $5.50 

Labourers, 1,4375 d. at $5 



Camp No. 2 : Gold Bottom down Hunker Road, Pay-lists, July 1-Aug. 24 ($7,402.25). 



Foreman, C. W. Brown, 42 d. at $7 ; asst. foreman, D. Bell, 20 d. at 

Timekeeper, A. E. Gagnon, 13| d. at $5.50, 10^ at $5 

Labourers, 1,3743 d. at $5 



.50. . . 



Camp No. 3 : Gold Bottom Road up Hunker Road, Pay-lists, Jxdy 11-Sept. 8 ($10,429.50). 



Foreman, Ignace Hebert, G3 d. at $7 ; asst. foreman, M. L. Strickland, 11 d. at $5.50. 

Timekeeper, A. E. Gagnon, 7 A d. at $5 50, 10^ at $5 , 

Labourers, days at $5, 1,066" 85 ... 



Camp No. 4 •' Caribou up Hunker Creek Road, Pay-lists, July 15- Aug. 31 ($9,717.35). 

Foreman, D. McLennan, 48 d. at $7 ; asst. foreman, A. McLennan, 15 d. at $5.50 , 

Timekeeper, S. D. Price, 3| d. at $5.50, S£ at $5 

Teamster, E. Proulx, 14$ d. at $5.50 

Labourers at $5 a day, 1,831^ d , 



Camp No. 5: Pay-lists, July 16 -Sept. 10 ($9,312.75). 

Dominion Creek, pay-lists, July 15-31 ($2,277)— 

Foremen : Thomas Henry, 10^ d. at $7 ; J. S. Hammond, 5i d. at $7 

Timekeeper, S. D. Price, 8£ d. at $5 , ... 

Labourers at $5 a day, 424A d 

Hunker Creek Road, pay-lists, Aug. 1-Sept. 10 ($7,035.75)— 

Foreman, J. S. Hammond, 41 d. at $7 

Timekeeper, S. D. Price, 15 d. at $5.50 

Labourers at $5 a day, 1,333 3 d 



Rock Camp: Hunker Creek Road, Pay-lists, July 1-Aug. 31 ($3,185. 



Foremen : S. F. Bonville, 36 d. at $7 ; D. Rowan, 16 d. at $7 

Timekeeper, A. Duchesneau, 1\ d. at $5 . 50 

Labourers at $5 a day, 556 d 



Survey of Copper King Road, Pay-list, April 22-30 ($150.50). 

Levelman, H. G. Dickson, 4 d. at $7 ; axeman, F. Dumas, 6i d. at $5 , 

Chainmen, 2, 12 d. at $5 ; labourer, J. F. Mahoney, 6 d. at $ r 5 



Construction of Copper King Road, Pay-lists, May 1-12 ($162.75). 



Foreman, H. Couillard, 2h d. at $7 ; timekeeper, R. Harvey, 1J d. at 
Eleven labourers in all, 27? d. at $5 . . . 



Building Bridge, Pay-list, Jxdy 14-27 ($037.25). 



Foreman, A. Delage, 12J d. at $12.50; carpenters, 3, 30A d. at $10. 
Labourers at $8 a day : S. Dupuis, 10^ ; D. Laroux, 1\\ 



Sundry Wages, cOc, paid, by separate voucher on Ro:tds. 

Allen, Hilaire, work on Hunker Road, with team, 22^ d. in July, 23 d. in Aug., at $25 ad.. 

Arsenault, P., Dawson, work on Hunker Road, 23| d. at $5 *. 

Bettez, A., Dawson, work with horse, 10 d. at $10 -. 

Coutu, L., Dawson, work on Hunker Road, 16 d. at $5 

Gordon, J. K., Hunker Creek: work with team, Aug., 2 teams, 42^ d., Sept., 1 team 1-30, 2 

teams, 26-31, 43 d., Oct., 16-24, 9 d. ; in all 94^ d. at $25 ". 

Grant, Wm., Dawson : work with 2 teams, 12 d. each^it $25 a d. ; single team, 4 d. at $15.. . 
Jarvis & Grant, Dawson, work with teams on Hunker Road : Aug., one team, 23 d.; Aug 

1-15, 3 ph short paid on two teams, 6 d.; Aug. 16-31, two teams, 32 d.; in all 61 d. at $25 

Nadeau, J., Dawson, work on Hunker Road, 22| d. at $5 

Nelson, James, work on Hunker Road, 1^ d. at $5 , 

Rousseau, A., Dawson, work with team, 20£ d. at $25 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



476 25 

335 50 

7,188 75 



404 00 

126 75 

6,871 50 



501 50 

93 75 

),834 25 



418 50 

61 75 

78 35 

9,158 75 



112 00 

42 50 

2,122 50 

287 00 

82 50 

6,666 25 



364 00 
41 25 

2,780 00 



60 50 
90 00 



26 50 
136 25 



461 25 

176 00 



1,131 25 

118 75 

100 00 

80 00 

2,362 50 
660 00 

1,525 00 

111 25 

8 75 

512 50 



55,608 10 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-79 



Yukon District: Trails, Roads and Bridges — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Eldorado Wagon Road ($1,927.27). 



Overseer, D. A. Matheson, 12 d. at $15 

Foivman, W. H. Donaldson, 100 h. at -SI ; labourer, A. Christie, 100 h. at §1 

Labourers at $1 an hour : R. K. Brereton, 100 ; W. Cameron, 100 

Chappell, "Win., 1 >aw-on, work on road, 8 d. with team in Sept. at §40 ad , 

Doemg, H., Grand Forks, hauling load of provisions, during quarantine 

Honnen, II. H., Dawson: hauling lumber, team and man, L0£ d. at §40; ferry bill, $17, 

McLennan, McFeely & Co., Dawson, nails, 4 in., 2 kegs at $18 

Yukon Saw Mill Co., Dawson, lumber, 7,050 ft. at §75 



Gold Bottom Road ($1,375). 

Gordon, J. K., Dawson, Steams ; 9 d. with two teams, 10 d. with one team, in all 28 d. at $25. 
Rousseau, A., Dawson, work with team, 27 d. at §25 



Salary and Outlay of Officials. 

Bellefeuille, A. De, roadmaster : salary, July, 24 d., Aug., 31 d., Sept. 25 20, 5 d., in all 60 
d. at $9 ; travel and outlay, §355 50 ; less store account, §13.70 . 

Bertrand, S. A. D., superintendent: salary, May and June, July and Sept., 4 in. at §2,000 
a year, §666.60; allowance, 4 m. at §75; railway and steamer fare, §315; board and 
lodging, &c, §495.88; fur-lined coat, §70; socks, 4 prs., §6; 1 pr. gloves, §2.50; riding 
pants, §5 

Bray, J. U., secretary : salary, June, July and Jan., 3 m. at §150 ; travel and outlay, §519.65. 

Mercier, Paul E., engineer : travel, Feb. 15-Mar. 11, §246.25 ; room rent for June, §50 ; board 
of self and Mrs. Mercier, 15 d. in June, §67.50 ; 5 meals at 50c 

Minard, D. McR., accountant: salary, Aug., Jan., 2 m. at §125, June, 1 m. at §166.66; 
travel and outlay, §784 .11 , 

Tache, J. C, engineer in charge, travel and outlay, June 3-Sept. 26 

Wood, G. M., clerk : salary, June 11-30, at §100 a m., §66.65, July 1-June 30, 12 m. at §125 ; 
living allowance, Oct. -June, 9 m. at $25; travel and outlay, §223.25; 3 tarpaulins 
16 x 24, §50 



Accounts. 

Alaska Commercial Co., Dawson, No. 8-14 range with 5 lengths stove pipe 

Ames Mercantile Co., Daw soil : Ogilvie's flour, 400 lbs., §48; gr. sugar, 300 lbs. at 16c; 

coffee, 145 lbs. at 75c, 20 at §1 ; pickled pork, 100 lbs., §35 ; Darling's milk, 2 cases at 

§12; bacon, 100 lbs., §35; fresh potatoes, 200 lbs., §30; evap. apples, 75 lbs. at 25c; 

apricots, 50 lbs. at 30c; Eng. breakfast tea, 25 lbs. at 75c; navy beans, 100 lbs., $12; 

sundry items, §43 .75 

Arctic Trading Co., White Horse: 1 case butter, §24; potatoes, 500 lbs., $32.50; tomatoes, 

2 cases, $11.50 ; flour, 200 lbs., §13 ; eggs, 1 case, §11, 2 at §11.50 ; sugar, 100 lbs., $9.75 ; 

raisins, 50 lbs., $7.50 ; chewing tobacco, 12 lbs., §12; nails, 300 lbs., §18 ; sundry items, 

$63.51....... 

Arlington, Miss Kate, Last Chance Creek, boarding 14 men, 3 meads a day, 42 meals at §1. . . 

Banks, C. N., Dawson, wood for building culverts, 6 cords at §15 

Bennet News Co., White Horse : 1 alarm clock, §3 ; sundry items, §5.75 

Bernhoffer, C, Bear Creek, board and lodging 9 men for 5 d. at §2.50 with 4 extra meals 

Black, J. V* 7 ., meals supplied, 104 at §1 

Bollong, C, Gold Bottom, meads supplied, 47 at §1 

Bonville, F., Dawson, work in charge of scow loading dynamite, 4 d. at §7 

British Yukon Land Co., White Horse, h cost of crossing in front of public building 

Burns, P., & Co., White Hoise : beef, 876 lbs., §139.14; oats, 7,216 lbs., §315.81 ; hay, 4,743 

lbs., §229.72; bran, 405 lbs., §17.72. . . 

Campbell & McDonald, Gold Bottom: timber, 16 sticks at 50c; 1 stick timber foi stone 

boat, §3 

Canadian- Yukon Lumber Co, mm ber, 1, 234 • 4 ft. at §8 

Cockburn, Win., Ridge Road, meals, &c, supplied sundry persons 

Coutts, Peter : wood for culverts, L/ fl cords at §25 ; 41 lbs. hay, 18 lbs. oats and care of team, 

§11.62; oats, 18 lbs., §3.21. ..." 

Delisle, O., Dawson, work on ,;cow load of dynamite, 3£ d 

Dickson, H. G., repairs to Copper King Road 

Dodge & Baker, Dawson, freighting 

.Dunn, Thos., k Co., Vancouver : corrugated iron (27£ x 96), 43 squares at §6.50 ; wire roofing 

nails, 25 lbs. at 5c 

Dupuey, Geo. : meals in Dawscn, 37 at §1 ; travel and outlay, §37 .70 

Flynn, Crawford & Brewitt, Hunker Creek, sharpening and repairing picks, 60 at 50c 

Freeman & Kennedy, Dawson, blacksmithing 

Gobel, E. O., voucher outstanding 

Gold Run Hotel, Caribou City, wood, 4 ^ cords at §15 



Carried forward, 



$ cts 
55.C08 10 



180 00 
200 00 
200 00 
320 00 

25 00 
437 00 

36 00 
529 27 



700 00 
675 00 



881 80 



1,861 04 
969 65 

366 25 

1,200 77 
1,168 15 



2,004 90 



ro oo 



457 00 



225 76 

42 00 
90 00 

8 75 

116 00 

104 00 

47 00 

28 00 

65 79 

702 39 

11 00 

987 52 

36 20 

43 61 
16 25 

4 50 
23 40 

280 75 
74 70 
30 00 
39 50 

226 75 
61 50 



71,215 30 



7-80 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Yukon District : Trails, Roads and Bridges — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Accounts — Continued. 

Grand Forks Blacksmith Shop, smithwork 

Hobson, H. : beef hinds, 190 lbs. at 45c. ; beef fronts, 200 lbs. at 35c 

Holland, Fred, White Horse : lumber, 1,000 ft. at .$50 ; express, $10.15. 

Hyde & Lindstran, Gold Bottom, blacksmithing ._ 

Kelly, Douglas & Co., Vancouver : tomatoes, 100 doz. at $1.35 ; St. Charles, cream, 50 cases 
at $6 ; butter, 1,200 lbs. at 36c. ; mess pork, 10 brls. at $15 ; breakfast bacon, 617 lbs. at 
18e. ; Rex ham, 1,160 lbs. at 17c. ; new potatoes, 4,907 lbs. at 2hc. ; onions, 824 lbs. at 4c. ; 
white beans, 1,306 lbs. at 4c. ; pure lard, 540 lbs. at 14c. ; French sardines, 3 cases at $18 ; 
lobsters, 3 cases at $16 ; French mushrooms, 2 cases at $22 ; Ogilvie's Hungarian flour, 15 
brls. at $5.50 ; rolled oats, 25 bags at $3 ; corn beef, 10 cases at $3.25 ; evap. eggs, 2 doz., 
$24 ; dried green peas, 250 lbs. at 4c. ; loose raisins, 200 lbs. at 9c. ; currants, 60 lbs. at 
12c. ; small cheese, 200 lbs. at 15c. ; mixed pickles, 3 kegs at $2 ; Olives, pints, 2 doz. at 
$6.50 ; soda crackers, 356 lbs. at 6c. ; maple sugar, 200 lbs. at 17c. ; prunes, 500 lbs. at 
9c. ; baking powder, 16 oz. 70 doz. at $3 ; whole roasted coffee, 100 lbs. at 35c. ; gran, 
sugar, 1,000 lbs. at 6c. ; lunch tongue, 20 doz. at $4 ; Paris lump sugar, 250 lbs. at 7^c. ; 
rice, 250 lbs. at 5c. ; Baby's Own Soap, 1 gross, $16 ; coal oil, 5 cases at $2.85 ; sundry 
items, $68.43 ; strapping, 257 at 20c. ; duck sacks, 85 at 15c. ; crates for potatoes, 50 at 
25c. : crates for onions, 10 at 15c. ; drayage, $8 

Kilgare & Landall, Dawson: 2 time books, 50c. ; envelopes, 200, $1.75; asst. tablets, 6, 



50 



Kirkhouse, B. F., inspector, Gold Run Road : services, Aug. 27-Oct. 24, 59 d. at $5; board, 
16 d. at $3.50 ; meals, 3 at $2, 9 at $1.50 ; expenses going and returning, $16 . 

Klondike Corporation, Ltd. , freight charges 

Lains, G. J., Gold Bottom : wood for culverts, $22.50 ; sundry, $2.50 

Lake, W. B., Cliff Road House : 1,403 meals, $1,170.17 ; lodging, $1 ; board of A. Duches- 
neau, $59 ; T. Hebert, $74 

Larss & Duclos, Dawson, 150 prints at 75c , 

Lennox, \Vm., Hunker Creek : culvert timber, 2h cords at $15 ; 2 picks and handles, $10 ; 
spikes, 75 lbs., $30 ; shovels, 2 at $4 ; sundry hardware supplies, $137.25 

Locy & McCarter, Dawson, 8 new shoes at $2 , 

Macaulay Bros., Dawson : teaming, 113 d. at $25, 4 at $30 ; team and surrey hire, $30 ; team 
and driver, 3 d. and feed at Grand Forks, $93.50; team and buck-board, 2 d., $60; 
team and driver, 1 d., $75 ; hovse and cart, 4 d., $60 ; horse hire, 4 d. at $15 ; team and 
carriages, $10 ; hire of saddle horse, 1 d., $10, 2 d., $25 ; hire of harness and cutter, 7 d., 
$30 ; 1 wagon, $250 ; 1 cutter, $200 ; set harness, $75 ; new wagon brake, $40 ; hay, 
6,395 lbs., $455.36; oats and hay, 765 lbs. at 8c; oats, 109 lbs/at 9c. ; feeding and 
stabling, $328 ; sundry items, $75.25 

MacLennan, Fred., White Horse: wheelbarrows, 12 at $6; mattocks, 12 at $1.75; iron. 
|-i'n., 272 lbs., $29.95 ; L. H. shovels, 6 at $1.50 ; tapers, 5-in., 1 doz., $3 ; washers, 19^ 
lbs., $6.85 ; wire screen, 10 yds. at 50c. ; sundry items, $3.05 

McLennan, McFeely & Co., Dawson: freighting, $364; drayage, $24; bob-sleigh, $135; 
dump carts, 3 at $50 ; harness, 3 sets, $125 ; difference on buggy, $100 : wheel scrapers, 
3 at $60 ; No. 2 scraper, W.R., 3 at $10 ; ploughs, 3 at $18.50 ; shovels, 13^ d. at $24 ; 
picks, 8 doz. at $25 ; clay picks, 3 T % doz., $23.92 : pick handles. 9 doz. at $9 ; mattocks, 
12doz. at $25 ; mattock handles, 10 doz. at $9 ; axes, 7 doz. at $25 ; mattocksand handles, 
2g doz. at $34 ; axes and handles, 3 doz. at $25 ; brush hooks, 2 doz. at $27 ; air tight 
heater, No. 30, 2 at $25 ; wood wheelbarrows, 6 at $10 ; stove No. 7, $40 ; chimney safes, 
2 at $11; giant powder, 5564; lbs. at 60c. ; fuse, 2,500 ft. at $2 ; caps, 17 boxes at $3; 
dynamite, 1 box, $50 ; nails, 6 kegs at $15 ; rope, lj-in., 536 lbs at 15c. ; spring cots, 2 at 
$15; blankets, 6 prs., $50; mattresses, 2 at $10; 1 tent, 14 x 20, $50; sundry items, 
$832.34 



sundry, $4.75.. 



Mechanic's Emporium, Dawson: bootlets, 2 prs. at $8.50; 1 pr. shoes, 

Minnie, Peter, Dawson, meals supplied, 35 at $1 

Mogridge & Garnhatn, Dawson : meals supplied to men employed on construction of Hunker 

Road, 25,382 at 83ic. ; baking powder returned, 20 cases, $300.12 ; allowance on 617 lbs. 

bacon, $64.78 ; less by goods supplied, $7,098.35 

Moreau, Arthur, Dawson: looking after stores, July 8-Aug. 12, 6 w. at $10; meals supplied, 

20 at $1 

Morrell, J. P., Dawson, hauling hay from steamboat, 2| d. at $8 

Noel, Auguste, advocate, Dawson, half fees re contract for the Gold Run road with Palmer 

Bros. , 3 copies 

North American Trading and Transportation Co., Dawson :• sugar, 100 lbs., $20; r. oats, 50 

lbs., $10; flour (Ogilvie's), 200 lbs., $32 ; blacksmith coal, 134 lbs. at 15c 

Omez, Isaac, Dawson : 1 team of horses, $650 ; use of team, 2 d. at $20 

Orr & Tukey, Dawson: provisions, $45.50; freighting same, $22.41; freighting, $678.90 

Overend, Mrs. J. G., Hunker road, meals supplied, 10 at $] 

Pioneer Li very, Feed and Sale Stables, Wh.it 3 Horse : use of 1 team horses 13 d., $130; 2 

teams, 4£ d., $90; sundry trips, &c, $16; hay, 2,253 lbs. at 4c; oats, 1,870 lbs. at 4iaj 

shovels, 24 at 65c ..." . 

Rendall, Wm., Dominion : shoeing 2 horses, $20 ; sundry smithwork, $9.75 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
71,215 30 



3 00 

155 50 

60 15 

7 50 



2,756 63 


5 75 


386 50 

6 50 

25 00 


1,304 17 
112 50 


222 75 
16 00 



4,892 31 
149 85 



4,374 91 
29 75 
35 00 



14,418 21 

80 00 
20 00 

100 00 

82 10 

690 00. 

746 81 

10 00 



425 87 
29 75 



102,361 81 



Public works department : expend in in: 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-81 



Yukon District : Trails, Roads and Bridges— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Accounts — Concluded. 

Ritchie, Mrs. M. E. , Dawson, rent of room, 2 in. at $40 

Rouleau, Jos.: board of teamsters assistant drawing hay and oats, July 6-10, 5 d. at $3 

Shaw, N. P. & Co., White Horse : beef, 1,098 lbs. at 18c; freight, $5.40 

Siewerd, H. 1\, White Horse: provisions, $114 78; lumber, 196 ft., $8.82; kitchen utensils, 

SIC. 90 

Sharp & Smith, Dawson : 1 pr. bell boots, $5 ; 1 halter, $4 ; 1 breast collar, $5 ; sundry $3. . . 
Turnbull & Marshall, Gold Bottom : crow bars (20 lbs. ea.), 5 at $6 ; drill hammers, No. 8, 2 

at $5 ; nails, 3 lbs. at 25c 

West, J. & Co., White Horse : hay in Dawson, 10 tons at $140; oats in Dawson, 10 tons at 

$140 ; storage till July 5, $40 

White, Fred. G., White Horse : rough lumber, 1,134 ft., at 4£c 

White Pass and Yukon Route, Skagway : freight, White Horse to Dawson 

Williams Road House, Dawson : meals and bed to Messrs. Thibedeau, Walker & Van, 

July 28- Aug. 2, $24 ; meals and bed to Mr. Thibideau, September 15 to 19, $16 ; 

meals to F. Benwell and 3 men, Sept. 27-28, $24 ; meals and bunks to F. Benwell and 5 

men, Sept. 29-Oct. 9, $240; 13 meals and 4 bunks to M. Guerin, Sept. 29-Oct. 3, $18.25; 

5 meals and 2 beds to teamsters, Oct. 5-7, $6.25 ; 3 meals and 1 bed to Judson, $4 

Wilson, Thos. W., Caribou, wood, Y6% cords at $12.50 

Yukon Sawmill Co., Dawson : lumber, 256 ft., $19.20 ; 150 ft., $17.25 

Yukon Telephone Syndicate, messages 

Error 

Advertising 

Advances unaccounted for Jan. 2, 1903: S. A. D. Bertrand, $441.01; P. E. Mercier, $403.75 

Less : Advances of 1900-1 now accounted for :— 

W. Thibaudeau 181 27 

S. A. D. Bertrand 323 75 



Departmental Expenditure (^4^3.75) 

Government Telegraph service, telegrams, Sept. -Oct., 1901 

Controller North-west Mounted Police, lumber wagon 

Total carried to page V— 2 



V (ikon Territory : To repay tlie Yukon Local Council for tlie construction 
of Roads, Bridges and Trails. 

Detailed in 1899-1900, page V— 58 

H „ repairs to Trunk Road items, $523.75, $4,365, $111, $52 

in 1900-1901, page L-171 

Total carried to page V— 



Refund to tlie Yukon Local Council for tlie construction of a steel bridge 
over tlie Klondike River. 

Dominion Bridge Co.: 154 ft. x 20 ft. highway span, with cylinder piers and erection outfit, 

$6,000 ; premium on draught, $60 ; cement, 44 brls. at $4 ; premium on draught, $1.76. . 
Thibaudeau, W.: expenses incurred in removing bridge material from C. D. Co. warehouse 

to the X. W. M. P. square 

White Pass and Yukon Route ($7,402.80.)— 

Freight on bridge material from Skagway 

Freight on 44 brls. cement and 1 box tools from Skagway 

Freight on 3 boxes hardware and forge from White House 



$ cts. 
102,361 81 



80 00 

15 00 

203 04 

140 50 
17 00 

40 75 

2,840 00 

51 00 

2,223 91 



332 50 

165 25 

36 45 

21 50 

3 65 

2 25 

844 76 



Total, carried to page V— 2 
1— 6v 



109,379 37 



505 02 



108,874 35 



253 75 
200 00 



109,328 10 



26,996 32 

5,051 75 

48,790 02 



80,838 09 



6,237 76 


118 50 


6,295 05 
988 70 
119 05 


13,759 06 



V-i 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VI L A. 1903 



Yukon Territory: Refund to the Yukon Local Council, the balance of their 

outlay in connection with the construction of the Ogllvie Bridge, 

$32,403.57, together with the sum of $15,748.27 advanced by 

them so as to permit the Hunker Road being completely 

ready for traffic in 1901-02. 

Ogilvie Bridge. 



Items on L— 161 and 162 of 1900 -1 and $1,500.50 on L— 171. 



Hunker River ($15,748.27.) 
Paylists, Sept. 1-Oct. 22, 1901— 

Headmaster, N. de Bellefeuille, 21 d. at $9 ; foreman, I. Hebert, 15 d. at $7, 8 d. at I 

S. McLennan, 23 d. at $7 ; teamsters at $5.50, $8.50 and $10; time-keeper at $5.50 ; 

labourers at $5 and $8 

Acme Grocery Co., hardware, &c, $41 ; Brannon, A. B., meals, $42 

de Bellefeuille, N., board and lodging, Sept. 1-21 

Buckley, John, shoeing team horses 

Gordon, J. K., team, 41 d. at $25 ... 

Hyde & Lindstone, smith work 

Jarvis & Grant, 2 teams, Sept. 1-8, 16 d. at $25 

Johanssen, C. G., supplies furnished road crew 

Kilgour & Landahl, letter files, &c , 

Lake, W. B.: meals, 46 at $1, 222 at 83£c.; lodgings, $1 

Lennox, Wm.: 4£ cords wood, $63.75 ; 80 lbs. steel, $32 ; sundry, $19.40 

Matheson, A. J. : wood, 14^ cords at $17 

Mechanics Emporium, 1 pr. shoes and 1 pr. socks 

Mogridge & Garnham : meals supplied, 5,377 at 83Jc; moving 3 camps, $265; less, $96.96 

cost of camp equipment supplied 

Moreau, Arthur : storage of tools, $70 ; board of 7 men, $100.50 

Norquay's Drug Store, soap, &c ... . , 

Olsen, C., wood, 5 cords at $15 .... 

Overrend, Mrs. J. G., 15 d. board of men 

Randall, Wm. , repairing tools and sundry supplies . ... 

"Robinson, B. A., damage to cabin and supplies in removing same from right of way 

Rouse, J. A., supplies and use of team '. , . 

Williams, Mrs. W. E., 1 cord wood , ' 

Yukon Telephone Syndicate, Ltd.: toll service during August and September. 

Total, carried to page V— 2, 



Arichat : Reconstruction of Public Building. 



Doyle, Ed., estimate No. 1 to June 30, 1902. 
King's Printer, $30.25 ; advertising, $44.40. , 

Total carried to (page V — 2) 



»igby Public Building. 

Reid, James ($11,218.80)— 

Contract $16,940 complete ; less $8,090 paid in 1900-01 (see page V— 63) 

Contract for fittings , . 

Cement sidewalk, 112 yds. at $2.40 ; contract stone posts, gates, &c, $300 

Powers, Frank ($925)— 

Contract for heating apparatus 

Putting in extra circlation, 128 ft., 8 ft. long, 8 ft. high, 2 ft. deep, with bows on one end, 

Two valves on mains at furnace and one nickel plated at header, mains l|in : 

Young, D. F., clerk of works : 9 m. to Mar. 30, 274 d. at $3. . . 

Bochner, G. W. & Sons, shelving pantry and kitchen, putting in 2 doors. . 

Chapleau, G. & Sons : safes, 2 at $300 ; freight, $46.02 .... 

Dakin Bros. : labour, 105 h. at 15c. ; sundry, $11.65 

Daley, J., contract for electric wiring. 

Dunham, C. F. : 46 window shades, $48 ; hanging same, $2 , 

Hayden, W. W.: arm chairs, 2 at $4.25, 12 at $2.75; building coal bin, $8 ; carpet, 45 yds. 

at $1.50, making 45 yds. at 5c; cleaning building, $14.10 ; curtains and rods, 2 at $4 ; 

desks, 2 at $55, 1 at $68 ; desk chairs, 6 at $12.50 ; desk stools, 3 at $3.50 ; hauling and 

placing 2 safes, $30 ; linoleum, 36J yds. at $1.50 ; oak table, $18.50; rugs, 4 at $6 ; 8-ft. 

truck, $30 

Ives, H. R. & Co. : 2 Buffalo boilers, $336 ; twin connections, $85 ; freight, $54.24 

Keen, J. M. : clock. $10.80 ; Office specialty Mfg. Co., bag rack, $62 

Rubenstein Bros. : boxfronts, 360 at $1.43 ; sundry, $9.75 

Turnbull, W. L. : additional shelving, $12 ; repairs, $3 . 

Express, $4.88 ; printing labels, $4 ; sundry, $6.80 

King's Printer, $12.49 ; advertising, $151 

Travel of Ottawa officials : John Cowan , , 

Total carried to (page V — 2) , 



$ cts. 



32,403 57 



8,185 00 


83 00 


262 00 


10 00 


1,025 00 


29 50 


400 00 


57 75 


13 00 


232 00 


115 15 


246 50 


11 00 


4,618 87 


170 50 


3 25 


75 00 


37 50 


54 00 


25 00 


34 25 


10 00 


20 00 


48,151 84 


2,925 00 


74 65 



2,999 65 



8,850 00 


1,800 00 


568 80 


825 00 


100 00 


822 00 


45 00 


646 02 


27 40 


175 00 


50 00 



561 85 
475 24 

72 80 
524 55 

15 00 

15 68 
163 49 

67 04 

15,804 87 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-83 



Guysborougli Public Building. 

Munro, E. F. : estimate No. 1 to June 30, 1902, on 813,051 contract 

King's Printer, §42.47 ; advertising, §142.77 

Total carried to (page V— 2) 

Halifax Drill Hall. 

Askwith, J. E.: contract $105,000, less $188, estimated cost to complete petty items, com- 
plete, extras, $7,659.92; less previous payments, $199,650, and $489.46 paid to creditors 

(see page V— 70, 1899-1900) , 

Anderson, Alex. & Co. : labour, 228 h. at 25c. ; sundry. 84c 

Day & Kinsman : on account plumbing, $275 ; alterations to winch, labour, man and helper, 

6£ d. at $4, 2\ d. at $3 ; material, $25.89 

Griffin, J. L.: contract for changes in electric apparatus, $200 ; sundry, $13 . . 

Longard Bros.: 3 grate and shaking bars, $12.80; 13 lbs. gray rubber, $19.50 ; sundry, $5.64 ; 

labour, 19 d. at $4 . . ..... 

Low, G. B.: cement, 5 bbls. at $2.50 ; sundry, $9.40; labour, 10 d. at $4, 11 d. at $1.80, 10 

d. at $1.75 

Nickerson Bros : refitting and rebolting 15 window frames, $75 ; taking down and rehanging 

doors, $80 ; rebuilding doors, $40 ; sundry, $9.50 

Reardon, F., paint, &c 

Rhodes, Curry & Co., Ltd.: extra work (3,514.19)— 

One large and one small case in quarters of 66th Battalion 

Wire screen partition in quarters of 66th Battalion 

Covering airsbaf t in quarters of 63rd Battalion , 

Wood partition in 63rd dressing room, shown as brick already on plan 

Sheathing ventilators, &c, $41.08 ; door in foul air duct, &c, $31.67 

Two ventilators, &c, placed : gal v. iron work, $40; registers, $20; sundry, $6.62; labour 

$37.25 

Refilling cracks in floor with hot tar : 31 bbls. pitch, $303.29 ; tar, 3 casks at $5.50 ; use 
of heating apparatus and firewood supplied, $36 ; foreman, 33 d. at $3 ; labourers, 

175 d. at $1.50 , 

Cover with heavy wire netting : 774 ft. galv. wire netting, shaped, 232.20 ; sundry, 

$8.65 ; foreman, 5 d. at $3.50 ; carpenters, &c, 20^ d. at $2.50 

Wooden partition in furnace room , 

Brick pier removed and iron substituted . ; 

Floor with narrow 1-in. birch : 3,677 ft. 1-in. sheathing, $110.31 ; 1,700 ft. birch flooring, 
S76.50; paint, oil and turpentine, $50.20 ; foreman, 20 d. at $3; carpenters and 

painters, 111 d. at $2.50 ; labourers, 22 d. at $1.50 ; sundry, $42.13 

Partition with door, $33 . 91 ; moving soil pipe, $25 

Extra fittings : for mess room, oak case, $100, oak table, $48 ; for officers D. R., 1 set 
closets, $98, putting in wash basins, etc., $125 ; in office, oak table, $46 ; N. C. Offi- 
cers, wainscotting walls, etc., $136, 4 tables, $40 ; band room, 2 tables, $15 ; Sergeant 

Major's room, 1 table, $9 , 

Extra fittings : 4 closets in C. O. room, 48 ; 3 tables, $30 ; closet for music, $50 ; hot 

water coil in C. O. room, $20 ; ventilator in C. O. room, $18 

Two doors, cutting, opening and fitting 

Repairing plastering, $26.60 ; repairs to gutters, etc., $46.45 

Items under $25 (20) 



Total carried to page V — 2. 



Halifax New Public Building. 

Keefe, M. E.: est. No. 1 to June 30, 1902, on $250,000 contract 

Busch, W. J., supervising architect : services, Sept. 24, 1901-Mar. 24, 1901-Mar. 24, 1902, 

April 16- June 30, 1902, at $125 per m., $1,060 ; snow cleaning, $3.70 

Paylists, Sept. 30, 1901- Jan. 17, 1902 ($1,891)— 

Foreman, W. Lapierre, 89 d. at $2 . 50 

Carpenters, hrs. at 22c. : Lapierre, R., 204 ; Livingstone, D., 66 ; Lydiard, E., 3S0£ ; 

Martin, J., 66, T. G., 75 ; McDonald, R., 200 ; Purcell, J., 415 ; Ruhda, W., 200^.. 
Labourers, h. at 15c. : Bonivie, G., 159 ; Boutellier, N., 451 ; Clearv, A., 257; Conrod, 

A., 185; Downs, J., 127; Doyle, P., 305; Fitzgerald, M., 198£ ; Gould, R., 319 ; 

Joy, F., 189; Kelly, O., 67 ; Keefe, D., 253 ; Leslie, M., 81 ; Morrisey, J., 159 ; 

Murphy, J., 507 ; McCarthy, A., 68 ; McGrath, M., 447, W., 72 ; Mcintosh, W., 

43H ; Pettifer, W., 167; Roma, F., 573* ; Richards, A., 223; Riley, C, 287; Wells, 

Win., sr., 213, Win, jr., 235 ; Wilson, S., 46H ; 9 men, 317 h 

Labourers : J. Morrisey, 12 d. at $1.50 ; J. Meagher, 6i d. at $1.12 

Labourers, etc., d. at $1.25: T. Meagher, 11, T. Roach," 52; 2 men, 2% d 

Labourers, d. at $1 : 3 men 

Teamsters and truckmen : A. Drysdale, 5 d. at $3.50, 18 d. at $2, 16g at $1.78 ; J. 

Walker, 18.6 d. at $2, 2.3 at $1.78 ; W. Walker, 14g- d. at $2, 2. 3 at $1.78 ; J. 

Walsh, 6.2 d. at $1 78; 4 men, 11| d. at $1.78 



1— 6Jv 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 

4,610 00 
185 24 



4,795 24 



2,332 4Q 
57 84 

334 39 
213 00 

113 94 

99 20 



204 50 


21 83 


43 00 


98 00 


32 44 


86 95 


72 75 



103 87 



717 29 

309 60 

64 32 

138 78 



649 64 
58 91 



617 00 

166 00 
33 00 
73 05 

249 59 



6,891 31 



4,600 00 

1,063 70 

222 50 

353 54 



1,013 04 
25 28 
81 95 

6 27 



188 52 



7,554 80 



V-Si 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1002 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Halifax New Public Building— Concluded. 



Brought forward. 



Black & Flinn : spruce, 5,450 ft. 1-in. at $10 ; 7,185 ft. (2 in., 3-in., 3x4. etc.) at $13 ; 3,983 
ft. 1-in. at $16 ; truckage, etc., $18.30 

Brisker, C, hand winch, $15 ; Evans, J., hire of handwincb, $10 

Flemming, B. D. : derrick, $15 ; Lloy, J. , smith work, $20 . 10 

McLaughlin, G., services as photographer, Sept. 16-Oct. 21 . . 

Robertson, Win. & Son : manilla, 08 lbs. at 15c, 190| at 15Jc; nails, 4 kees at $3.05 ; wheel- 
barrows, 2 (steel) at $7.50, 3 (iron) at $7 50 ; wire rope, 1G5 lbs. at 8c.; sundry, $80.79. . . 

Ladder. $6.50 ; smithwork, $5.30 ; sundry, $8 

King's Printer, $55.01 ; advertising, $480.89 

Legal expenses : W. B. Ross 

Detailed under ' Salaries at Ottawa ' , Page V — 17 



Short paid on paylist, Dec. 7-20 . 
Total carried to page V — 2 



Halifax Quarantine Station, on Lawlor's Island, including Laboratory 

with Microscope, &c. 

Paylists, Dec. 5, 1901— March 29, 1902. 

Conductor, Jas. Hamilton, 72 d. at $3 

Foreman, Jno. Byrne, 71 d. at $2.50 

Master plasterer, Geo. Low, 9h d. at $4 

Plasterers, days at $2.50 : S. Hutchins, 1\ ; R. Lowe, 2| ; J. Wells, 10£ 

Man with team, J. Himmelmann, 23^ d. at $2.50 

Mason, M. Fitzgerald, 6 d. at $1.75 

Blacksmith, J. Power, \\\ d. $1.35 

Labourers, days at $1.35 : Cleary, A., 14£, J., 47$; Dunsworth, S., 16|; Henneberry, 
T., 4Q£; Iceton, W. 15f ; McKenzie, J., 25i ; Naugle, J., 14£, W., 13f ; Osborne, 
W., 52, J., 11 ; Walsh, C. 50^; Wells, F., 23J; Williams, Geo. 25^; York, Jas., 34; 
short paid, $1 ; 5 m., 37| d. in all 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Blank, W., 13f ; Byrne, W., 56J ; Cleary, A., 28£, W., 11£; 
De Young, G., 12, H., 13£, J. F., 20J, Ed., 21f ; Glazebrook, Ed., 36^ ; Goreham, J., 
25; Henneberry, J., 12 ; Home, P., 12, W., 12| ; Murray, G., 10 ; Naugle, A., 10|, 
Negus, A , 12; Osborne, A., 13k J., 20; Romkey, A., 14; Soward, E., 35; Trider, 
E., 13*, J. 252 5 Wells, F., 10|; "White, J., 26 ; Yorke, C, 13; under 10 d., 24 men, 
159 d 

Labourer, De Young, E., 40 d. at 75c 

Allan Line, freight 

Culleri, G. M., & Co., burning off old paint, painting, &c 

Ferguson & Cox : making one vertical, tubular boiler for ss. Argus. 

Halifax Graving Dock Co., use of railway, &c 

Halifax Tow Boat Co. , use of tug 

Hamilton, L. L. : timber, 6,891 ft. at $16 ; logs, 372 ft. at lie 

Hefler, Lewis, lightering lumber, &c 

Hefler Bros., lightering iron beds , 

Intercolonial Ry., freight 

Ives, H. R., & Co.: doubledeck quarantine beds, 160 at $9 ; freight, $93.09 

Low, G. B. ($613.75)— 

Construction of well, as per tender 

Extra work in connection with well : pumping water and shovelling snow, 26 d. at $1.50; 

hire of pump, $8.75 ; repair of valve, $1 

Matheson, I. & Co., hydrants, 5 at $30 

McNutt, A. J., ambulance, wagon and set of bob runners 

Maclnnes, John & Son : 1,700 brick, $17 ; cement, 10 brls. at $2.50; cedar posts, 28 at 35c, 

65 at 55c; hemlock, 3,000 ft. at $9.50 ; pickets, 750 at 2*c, 1,000 at She; shingles, 9 m. 

at $2.65, 7 m. at $3 ; spruce, 6,786 ft. at $15, 1,650 ft. (12 x 12) at $20, 75,000 ft., 3-in., at 

$12.50 ; sundry, $100.89 

McPherson, D., repairs to Str. Argus, contract 

Nova Scotia Telephone Co. : cedar poles, 12 at $2.50 ; labour, $3 . # 

Robertson, Wm., & Son : hose, 650 ft., 2^-in., at 45c; branches, 5 at $3.50; couplings, 13 at 

$2.70 ; hose racks, 8 at $8.40 ; boiled oil, 50 galls, at 93c, 20 at 95c; raw oil, 15 galls, at 

92c ; red oxide, 600 lbs. at $6; white lead, 150 lbs. at 7c; nails and spikes, 3 kegs at 

$2.95, 12 at $3, 2 at $3.10, 3 at $3.25, 14 at $3.30, 200 lbs. at 4c; sundry, $81.66 

Szerelmey, N. C, & Co., London, Eng., 15 galls, stone liquid 

Pay-lists outstanding Dec. 30, 1902 : ch. 22371, $111.65 ; eh. 22395, $4 ; ch. 21242, $169.24'. . . 
Overpayments : on voucher 19936, 72c, on voucher 20632, $4 

Total carried to page V — 2 



$ cts. 


7,554 80 


229 94 
25 00 
35 10 
50 00 


183 46 
19 80 

535 90 
40 00 

273 00 


8,947 00 
10 


8,946 90 



216 00 
177 50 
38 00 
51 25 
58 12 
10 50 
15 52 



567 61 



797 98 


29 99 


7 29 


50 00 


620 00 


12 50 


27 50 


151 17 


95 00 


20 00 


24 00 


1,533 09 


565 00 


48 75 


150 00 


300 00 


1,387 85 


235 00 


33 00 


737 76 


25 55 


284 89 


4 72 


8,275 51 



PUBLIC "WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-85 



Liverpool Public Building. 

Chapleau, G. & Sons : safe, $500 ; freight, $13.34 

Clement, J., freight disbursement 

Total carried to page V— 2 



IVIiddlcton Armoury. 

King's Printer, $43. 13 ; advertising, $48.45 



Springliill Public Building. 

Reid, Jas.: contract, $15,275, complete ; less $7,300 paid in 1900-01. See page V— 64 . 

Mathison, D. M., clerk of wcrks ($1,335.95)— 

Services, Apr. 17, 1901-June 30, 1902, 440 d. at $3 

Disbursements ■ 

Devine, Jas., wireman ($170 11) — 

Services, June 1-20, 1902, 20 d. at $55 per m 

Travel and outlay in connection with wiring building, May 30- June 21 

Canadian Express Co., freight 

Heffernan & Co. : 2 offiee chairs, $9.50 ; roll top desk, $33 ; 2 stools, $2.50 

Howard, P. H., surveying and making plan 

Lusby, C. A. & Co., contract for plumbing 

Marchand, P. E. & Co.: base lamps, 70 at 22c, 5 at 36c; 36 brackets, clusters, &c , $43.70 ; 

key sockets, 60 at 30c; wire moulding, 800 ft. at 4c; shades, 38 at 50c, 11 at 60c; 2,778 

ft. cov. wire, $40.66 ; sundry, $48.66 

McDowell, S., caretaker, services, Eeb. 11- Apr. 30, 190?, at $33.33 per m 

Powers, F.: contract for heating apparatus, $1,141 ; alteration of position of furnace, $25 . . . 
Pride, Matthew, D et al ($2,682.05)— 

Exchequer Court award, $2,400, with interest at 5 per cent from Sept. 21, 1900-May 28, 
1902 

Costs allowed 

Int. at 4 per cent on judgment and costs from May 28, 1901-Feb. 12, 1{ 

Costs allowed Jane Gilmour, 
Rhodes, Curry & Co., contract for fittings 
Robb Engineering Co. : 2 No. 70 Robb h. w. heaters, $270 ; fenders and valves, $100 ; sundry, 

$8.20, 
Rubenstein Bros.: 504 p. o. box fronts, $720.72 ; sundry, $11.22 

Clock, $5.25 ; photos, $2 

King's Printer, $41.27 ; advertising, $138.15 

Legal expenses, W. B. Ross 

Total carried to page V — 2 



$ cts. 

513 34 
4 20 



517 54 



91 58 



7,975 00 



Sydney Public Building — Repairs. 

Chapleau, G. & Sons : safe, $500 ; freight, $30.38 

Dominion Express Co : freight 

Patterson, Jas. : contract for completing stone steps and letter drop 

Reid, D. R. : contract for placing safe in building 

Wilson, J. £.: contract, $340, for making and supplying galv. gutters, &c ; less $223 paid in 
1900-1. (See page V— 64) 

Total carried to page V — 2 



Sydney Quarantine Station— Disinfecting Building, etc., at Point Edward. 

Ingraham, S. W., inspecter, Oct. 4, 1900-June 16, 1902, 106 d. at $3 

Ingraham, J. E. : contract for removing old posts, and replacing same by new 

Rudderhatn, Jos. E. : contract for shingling walls of Superintendent's residence, $159.60; 

rebuilding chimney, $2.50 ; cleaning open drains, &c, $210.96 

Shean, R. & Co. : contraet for plumbing 

Turner & Lewis : painting all five buildings 

Total carried to page V — 2 



1,320 00 
15 95 


36 66 
133 45 
20 18 
45 00 
10 00 
1,125 00 


225 82 

88 09 

1,166 00 


2,481 86 

100 00 

60 19 

40 00 

2,700 00 


378 20 
731 94 
7 25 
179 42 
136 31 


1 8,976 32 



530 38 

2 10 

175 00 

200 00 

117 00 



1,024 48 



318 00 
65 00 

373 06 
672 00 
394 23 

1,822 29 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Cliarlottetown Dominion Building- — Repairs, &c. 

Fennell & Chandler : hardware 

Finlayson, K. : repairs, $80.45 ; laying platform, .$18.90 ; removing same, &c, $21 

Lowe, H. & S.: staging and repairing building, 2,622 ft. lumber, $27.68; hardware, &c, 
$46.57 ; labour, 528 h. at 30c, 388 at 20c, 187 at 15c. ; repairing and putting up winter- 
porches, $15. 50 ; wintersash supplied and placed, $9 

McKenna, B. : grading and levelling ground 

Shaw & Bearisto : hardware, &o 

Stanley, Shaw & Pearden : expansion tank and fixings 

Fencing, $9.65; shades, $8.70; 3 accounts, $13.50 

Total carried to page V— 3 

Cliarlottetown Dominion Building — To pay Committee of Queen's Square 
Grounds for Keeping Grounds in Order. 

Finlayson, K. : laying platform and putting up porches 

Goldie & McCullough Co. : shell safe $120 ; packing, &c, $5,31 

Shaw & Bearisto : gas fittings, &c 

Total carried to page V — 3 , , 



Summerside Public Building. 



Clark & McLeod : contract for repairs 

McFarland, N. : repairs, &c 

Office Speciality Mfg. Co. : bag-rack, $110 ; freight, 

Total carried to page V — 3 



:.83. 



Chatham Public Building— Repairs, «fcc. 

Doody, J. H. : electric fixtures, $16 ; McNaught, W., boring artesian well, $84 

Lawlor, Wm. : flagstones, 448 ft. at 50c ; labour, $25; granite step and labour resetting $20 

granite curb, 75 ft. at $1 ; labour, $15 

Miller's Foundry and Machine Works: iron pipes, 56 ft., 4-in., at 65c ; pump, $10.50 

sundries, $9.90 

Mowat, Jas. : shutters supplied and placed 

McLean, A. C. : contract, repairing and painting roof, &c, $220 ; sundry, $7.35 



$ cts. 



41 60 
120 35 

362 80 
19 38 
11 42 
15 00 
31 85 


602 40 



Total carried to page V — 3 . 



Fredericton Public Building— Renewals, &c. 

Clark, H. M. : repairs as per tenders, $150 ; sundry, $12.20 

Graves Bros. : spring hinges, 4 prs. at $4 : express, $1 

Hurley & McGoldrich : cleaning gas pipes, $12 ; fixing roof, $15 

Limerick, A. & Son : repairs to steampipes, $25 ; rail and shield for coils, $10 

McAvity, T. & Sons : making box frames, 81 at 45c, 22 at 35c; sundry, $2.93 

McKay, Wm. : recoating 500 yds. asphalt walks, &c . . . , 

Koss, Win. A. : hardwood floors in long room and lobby , 

"Rubenstein Bros.: 3 brass railings, $8.5 ; sundry, $3.95 

Shea, D. J.: new gal v. iron roof, copper gutters, &c, as per contract, $400; repairing and 
soldering around dormer windows, $11 ; fitting up bath room, $185 ; heating bath room 
$26 ; removing plug from sewer, $5 , 

Sutherland, W. H.: lettering and varnishing 100 boxes, $21; sundry, $6.25; on account 
work clone, $140 . . 

Smith work 



Total, carried to page V— 3 . 



Jttarysville Public Building. 



Simmons, C. J. B.: est. No. 1, to July 1, 1902 

Clark, H. N., clerk of works, Apl. 28- July 1, at $75 per m. 

Barry, J. H., professional services (no voucher) 

Gibson, A.-, site for building 

King's Printer, $24.54 ; advertising, $173.31 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



27 00 

125 31 

15 69 


168 00 


708 25 

34 70 

114 83 


857 78 


100 00 

359 00 

56 80 
55 00 

227 35 


798 15 


102 20 
17 00 
27 00 
35 00 
51 48 

125 00 
95 12 
86 95 



627 00 

167 25 
4 11 

1,398 11 



950 00 

157 50 

77 50 

1,000 00 

197 85 

2,382 85 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL. PAPER No. 1 



V-87 



Newcastle Public Building'— Repairs, A « . 

Ingram, H.: hardwood floor, &c, $30 ; Masson, F., galv. gutter, &c, $38 

Ryan, F. D. ($620)- 

Contract painting exterior and interior of building, $420 ; painting, &c, janitor's rooms, 
$30 ; painting gas hangings, &c, $10 ; painting hallway and 3 rooms, $G0 

Paid on account work done 

Thomas, W. J.: asphalt sidewalk, covering yard and basement, 283 yds. at $1.20; labour, 

$8.40 

Telegrams 

Total, carried to page V— 3 

Richibucto Public Building. 

Phinney, R;, site for building 

Brown, G. professional services, surveying, &c 

Legal expenses : Harvey Atkinson 

Total, carried to page V — 3 

St. John Immigration Building. 

Pullen, Jas. H. ($21,155.68)- 

Contract, $20,685, for building complete ; less $1,590 charged to 1902-3 

Alterations and improvements for U. S. immigrants 

Sanitary shed, $40 ; additional iron railing, &c. , $200 

Building sidewalk, bracing piles, &c , 

Interest on delayed payments 

Adams, D., caretaker, Apl., 19 d. at $1.50 

Campbell, P. & Co. : sundry, $3.55 ; paid on account ranges, $100 

Carleton Electric Light and Power Co.: installing lights, &c 

Fitzgerald, R. E.: heating apparatus, est. No. 1, to May 8, 1902, on $1,800 contract 

Fitzgerald, W. F. : building sideboard, $18.52 ; Lordly, S. B., hire of chairs, $15 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison : desk, $15 ; sundry, $5.75 

McAvity, T. & Sons, hardware, $24.70 ; Robertson, J. M., safe, $170 

Peters, Hurd, inspecting and locating building at Sand Point 

Tilley & Clark : removing partitions, &c, $13.10 ; White, J., furniture, $43.30 

Waterbury, I). H. : travel and outlay 

Labour 

King's Printer, $2.86 ; advertising, $86.16 

Travel of Ottawa officials : John Cowan , 



$ cts. 
C8 00 



520 00 
100 00 

348 00 
2 61 

1,038 61 



808 50 
75 00 
32 00 



915 50 



Total, carried to page V — 3 . 



St. John Dominion Buildings. 

Custom House ($3,675.28). 

Adams, A. "W., repairing flags, $25.50 ; Allan, C. B., repairing roof, $51.05 

Campbell, P. & Co., repairs, &c, $50.24 ; Clunen, N., shovelling snow, $28.98 

Craigie, G. R., contract painting, &c, halls, basement, &c, $242 ; painting extra room, $36 . 

Crawford, C, gasfitting, $20 ; Flood, J., repairs plastering, $33.65 

Doody, J. H. : gas fixtures, $39 ; gas globes, 36 at 00c; 2 lavatories and traps, $37 ; slate sink, 

824 ; sundry, $72.89 ; labour, $66.80 

Fitzgerald, R. : washing windows, 179 at 60c, 134 at 50c, 114 at 40c 

Fitzgerald, W. F.: repairing and corking windows, 42 at $1.50; sundry, $64.05 

Flynn, W.: contract making and fitting 9 doors, and shelving in vault 

Freeze Bros. : plumbing, $11 ; Green, R. II. & Son, 4 brass signs, $45 

Haley Bros. & Co., case, $35 ; Huey, J., painting fence, 384 sq. yds. at 18c 

Hunter, J.: elec. repairs, &c, $28.95 ; Leah, J. H., lettering in gold, &c, $46 

Johnston, J.: painting, &c, window frames and sashes, 294 at 75c; staining entrance doors, 

$20; bronzing radiators, $15 ; contract painting north wing, and rooms in Inl. Rev., $529 

Keenan & Ratchford : plumbing material, $70.85 ; labour, 66 d. at $3, 40 at $1.50 

Kennedy & Lambert : limewashing ceiling and painting girders in boiler room • 

Long, J. W. & Son : brick, 2,400 at $9 ; sundry, $14.15; labour, 7£ d. at $3, 1 at $2.50, 9^ at 

at $1 .50 ; cutting opening in brick wall, &c, $25 

Mooney, B. & Sons : brick, &c, $25.10 ; labour, Sh d. at $3.50, 5 at $1.50 

McAvity, T. & Sons : ash pan and front plates, 1,097 lbs. at 34c; boiler zincs, 9 at $1.75; 

wheelbarrow, $10 ; 75 ft. wire-bound hose, $11.08 ; sundry, $116.77 ; labour, 115 h. at 40c 
Pullen, J. H.: contract painting, $583; painting room, $15; paint, &c, $44.16; labour, 14 

d. at $2.50 

Stentiford, J.: contract painting room, $28 ; paint, &c, $17.50 ; labour, 17 d. at $2.50 

Sundry labour, &c 



19,095 00 


800 00 


240 00 


855 CO 


165 68 


28 50 


103 55 


20 00 


1,210 00 


33 52 


20 75 


194 70 


5 00 


56 40 


30 54 


10 00 


89 02 


43 40 


23,001 06 



76 55 


79 22 


278 00 


53 65 


261 29 


220 00 


127 05 


45 00 


56 00 


104 12 


74 95 


784 50 


328 85 


10 00 


100 00 


02 35 


23S 00 


677 10 


88 00 


10 59 



Carried forward, 



3,675 28 



V-88 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



St. John Dominion Buildings — Concluded. 



Brought forward 

Post Office ($482.24). 

Clark, A. R. 0., grading yard, $11.20 ; Fitzgerald, R., washing windows, &c, $57.70 

Fitzgerald, W. F.: remodelling main entrance, &c, $32.64 ; sundry, $17.09 

Johnston, J. : cleaning, staining, &c, 3 doors, $25 ; glass, &c , $27 .28 

Lordly, S. B. : making wicket, &c, $8 ; altering distributing case, $20 

McAvity, T. & Sons : Boston pipe vise, $12.50; sundry, $96.13; labour, 18 h. at 50c, 228 



at 40c. 



Thomas, W. J. : repairing asphalt floor 
Sundry labour and repairs : 9 accounts . 



Portland Post Office ($146.85). 

Campbell, P. & Co., repairs : 

Myles, A.: supplies, &c, $83.35; labour, 5 d. at $3, 4 at $2.25, 18| at $2, 1 at $1.50. 

Savings Bank ($127.02). 

Clark, A. R. C. : mason work, $90 ; McAvity, T. & Sons, repairs, $10.33. . . , 

Rehanging sashes, $9 . 04 ; hardware, $8 . 30 ; 3 accounts, $9 . 35 



Generally ($138.03). 
Waterbury, D. H.: services, 15 m. to April 30, 1902, $125 ; travel and outlay, $8.03. 
Total carried to page V— 3 



St. John Post Office Sanitary Improvements. 



Campbell, P. & Co., repairs, $4.35 ; Tilley & Clark, repairs, $6.85 

Fitzgerald, W. F.: contract hardwood floor, $188; sundry, $46.60 ; labour, 137 h. at 22c, 55 

h. at 34c 

Flood, J., contract pointing stone work 

Haley Bros. & Co., inclosing office with wood and glazed sash, making wardrobe 

Hunter, J., repairs, &c, $29.75 ; McAvity, T. & Sons, hardware, &c, $89.34 

Kennedy & Lambert, contract whiting and painting, graining stairway 

Kiley, Win., renewing closets, plumbing and repairs 

Total carried to page V— 3 



St. John Quarantine Station : Water Service, &c. 

Kent, D. P. ($1,360)— 

Contract, $6,270 complete ; less $4,940 paid in 1900-1, see page V— 66 

Removing 3| pipe from artesian well ... 

Campbell, R. & Co. ($3,244.93)— 

Contract heating apparatus complete 

Galvanized cornice, $20 ; plumbing supplies, $55.87 ; laboui, $40 

Fitting steam pump and force pump with water supply to building 

Beatty, G. V., clerk of works, 11 m. to May 31, 1902, 335 d. at $3.50 

Abbott, J., boat-hire, &c, $154.15 ; Daley, W., boat-hire, $10.50. 

Clark, A. R. C: horse and cart, 17 d. at $2.50; sundry, $9.35; masons, 6 d. at $3.50; 

labourers, 68 d. at $1 .65 

Duffy, J.: building stairway, &c, $130; doors, doorways, &c, $24; dynamite, &c, $18; 

horse and cart, 41 d. at $2.50 ; labour, 47 d. at $3, 335 at $1.60 ; Str. Neptune, 3 trips at 

$5 ; boating, $37 .80 

Haley Bros. & Co., oak case, $97 . 50 ; Hal pin, J., mason work, $30 

Hilyard Bros., timber, $21 ; March, J. E., tooth harrow and plow, $14.50 

Ives, H. R. &Co.: 5 Buffalo boilers, $554.40; flanges, &c, $40; quartette headers, $100; 

altering pattern, $12 ; freight, $55 

Mooney, B., 1,500 brick 

McAvity, T. & Sons: Portland cement, 9 brls. at $2.75; duplex steam pump, $112; sun- 
dry, $4 .65 

Robertson, 'Jas. Co., terra cotta pipe, &c, Str. Neptune, freight, $50 

King's Printer, $31.44; advertising, $186.27 

Travel of Ottawa officials : John Cowan 



Total, carried to page V— 3. 



$ cts. 
3,675 28 



68 90 
49 73 

52 28 
28 00 

208 83 
25 90 
48 60 



1 00 
145 85 



100 33 
26 69 



133 03 



4,564 42 



11 20 



283 44 


300 00 


45 00 


119 09 


303 00 


425 00 


1,486 73 



1,330 00 
30 00 


2,973 00 
115 87 
156 06 

1,172 50 
164 65 



185 05 



1,004 30 

127 50 

35 50 


761 40 
13 50 


141 40 
62 91 

217 71 
68 00 


8,559 35 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-89 



Tracadie Lazaretto, Outbuildings, A« . 

Doucet, Soeur : board of men, $32 ; gal v. iron, 500 lbs. at 5c; ice, 147 loads at 30c, 3 at 40c; 
mortar, 23 kecrs at $1 ; nails, &c, 5 kegs at $3.75, 2£ at $4.50 ; shingles, 80 M. at $2 
stone, 10 cords' at $5 ; timber, 11,000 ft. at $8, 2,000 at $10, 3,000 at $12, 1,500 at $15 ; 
cartage, &c, $114.35 ; sundry, $66.75 ; labour, 131^ d. at $1, 96 at $1.10, 48 at $1.50. 
at $1 .70, 54 at $1.75, 78f at $2, 20 at $2.25, 24 at $2.75, 33 at $3 ; eh. 26420 on account 
of material, $35 

McAvity, T. & Sons : 45 boiler tubes, $20.96 ; brass pipe, 40 lbs. at 25c; block tin, 33 lbs. at 
35c; 10 w. c cisterns at $3.50; 60 gall, copper boiler, $57.50; 066£ ft. galv. pipe 
$36.53 ; 4 water closets, $19; sundry, $107.95 

Travel of Ottawa officials : John Cowan 



Total, carried to page V— 3 . 



Woodstock Public Building: New Retaining Wall. Ac. 

McAnna, J., clerk of works ($149)— 

Services, Sept. 30-Nov. 18, 1901, 42 d. at $3 

Outlay 

Brewer, J. B., building flag staff 

Dent, T. S. & Son, damages connecting sewer 

Fewer Bros.: contract connecting sewer, $100 ; cleaning cesspool, $77.55 ; sundry, $3.75 

Fields, A. W.: contract repairs, $450; 450 ft. hardwood flooring, $12.45; paint, &c, $58.34 

labour, 66 d. at $2 

Hamilton Bros., smoke pipe, $18 ; Henderson, A., blinds, &c, $16.48 

Jones, A. E., netting supplied and placed . . . : 

Leigh ton, J. S. , paid on account of work done 

Total, carried to page V— 3 , 



Renewals and Heavy Repairs : Buildings, Maritime Provinces, Generally 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings, maintenance (Page V— 183) 

Buckingham Public Building. 

Fauteux, L. Jos. ($5,147.58)— 

Contract complete, $8,490; extra work connecting plumbing with town sewer, $41.30, 
less $6,880 paid in 1900-01 (See page V— 67) 

Contract for fittings, $1,485 ; contract for heating apparatus, $1,087 

Granolithic pavement : filling, 1,269 cu. ft. at lie; cement covering, 2,130 ft. at 20c 

Constructing well, contract 

Sheet iron, 10 squares and 50 ft. at $6.75, $71.38 ; cutting, 10 squares and 50 ft. at $3.50, 
$36.75 ; expense of returning metal not used, $5.25 ; amount in difference of price of 

two kinds of metal, $50.31 , 

Labelle, A., clerk of works ($820.40)— 

Services, June 1, 1901-Feb. 28, 1902, 273 d. at $3 ; 

Outlay 

Bisson, L. F.: 27 roller blinds, &c, $41.15 ; clock, $8.50 ; 2 chairs, $2 

Croisetiere, J. F.: wiring for 29 electric lights at $2 each ; switches, 11 at $2 ; sundry sup- 
plies, $11 .20 ; labour, 11 d. at $2.50 

Empire Electric Co. of Ottawa, electric supplies 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: boiler with special header, $124.80 ; freight, $4.08 

Joannisse, J., fence around building, 193 ft. 5-in. at $2 

Rubenstein Bros. : P.O. box fronts, 200 at $1 .43 ; cases, $2 ; freight, 86c 

Accounts under $7, six payments 

King's Printer 

Travel of Ottawa officials : John Cowan, $3.75 ; Jas. Johnston, $2.40 ; J. S. J. Routhfer, $4.80. 



Total, carried to page V— 3 



Drummondvillc Public Building. 

Paquet & God bout ($7,330)— 

Contract complete, $8,200 ; less paid in 1900-01, $2,190 {See page V— 67, 1900-01). 

Contract for fixtures 

Paid Mr. A. Champagne, watchman, April 20- June 19, 1902, 60 d. at $2 

Lemaire, F. X., clerk of works ($051)— 

Services, July 1, 1901-Jan. 31, 1902, 215 d. at $3 

Photographs of building, $3 ; cartage, $3 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



1,539 55 



298 49 
9 20 

1,847 24 



126 00 


23 00 


45 00 


10 00 


181 30 


652 79 


34 48 


165 00 


1,160 00 


2,397 57 



9,876 96 



1,651 30 

2,572 00 

565 59 

195 00 



163 69 



819 00 


1 46 


51 65 


118 70 


83 81 


128 88 


386 80 


288 86 


22 88 


11 43 


10 95 


7,072 00 



6,010 00 

1,200 00 

120 00 

645 00 

6 00 



7,981 00 



V-90 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 



2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Drummondville Public Building — Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Beauchesne, A., contract for heating apparatus 

Commette, Wm.: painting, 340 yds. at 15c; whitewashing, 435 yds. at 10c: sundry, $12.40. 

Gagnon. A., contract for electric light apparatus 

Houle, W. C.: contract for No. 5 tower clock, $675; cylindrical door springs (6) $8; indica 
tor, $20 ; speaking tube and whistles, $12 ; wire staples and iron tube, $8 ; sundry, $7 
labour, 5 d. at $3, 5 at $1 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: Buffalo boiler, $114.80 ; freight, $5.65 

L'Esperance, E.: plumbing supplies. $18.75 ; labour, 55 hrs. at 40c; sundry, $6.05 

Rubenstein Bros. : P.O. box fronts, 200 at $1.43 ; 2 cases, $2 ; freight, $1 .30 

King's Printer 

Travel of Ottawa officials : J. Cowan, $17.30 ; J. S. J. Routhier, $21.96 



Total, carried to page V — 3 . 



Granby Public Buildings. 

Dusseault & Pagneau, estimate No. 2 on $14,987 contract for building to June 30, 1902 . . . 

King's Printer, $82.70 ; advertising, $257.19 

Travel of Ottawa officials : J. S. J. Routhier . , 

Salaries in department at Ottawa (page V — 17) 

Total, carried to page V — 3 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station. 

New aqueduct and repairs to buildings, June 1-Nov. 22, 1901, May, 1902— 

Foreman, J. Thibault, 1,269^ h. at 25c 

Carters, hours at 25c: Masson, P., 76, Turcotte, X., 624|, J., 56£, Gamache, A., 105^. . . 

Carpenters, hours at 30c : A. Cloutier, 271, W. Jinchereau, 271 

Carpenters, hours at 17^c: Blanchett, W., 1,092, Cloutier, J., 469^, Dancause, E., 859i, 
Dion, E., 623, J., 149|, Gagne, C, 720h, M., 389, Goudreau, R., 774^, Laberge, Jt, 
1,016£, L'Etourneau, Art., 698J, Mainville, D., 611, Marois, C, 626, Picard, E., 150, 
Richard, A., 150, Rouleau, M., 511, 4 men. 182 hours 

Carpenter, hours at 15c, D. Vezina, 756 ; carter, hours at 10c, H. Tui'cot, 43 

Plasterers, hours at 30c : A. Cloutier, 407, VV. Jinchereau, 582 

Roofers and masons, hours at 20c : L. Fournier, 553, T. Lemieux, 262, N. Paquet, 582|. . 

Labourers, hours at 12|c: Caron, X., 874| ; Clavette, W., 246 ; Couillard, A., 187^ ; Cou- 
lombe, A., 351^ ; Gagne, N. 429 ; Gauthier, J., 732 ; Joncas, C, 314 ; Ladurantays, G., 
220, L'Abbe, A., 184 ; Lemieux, J., 231^ ; Remillard, G., 647 ; Robin, A., 747|, J., 200 

Thebarge, A., 214J ; Vezina, D., 267 ; less than 160 hrs., 15 men, 1,532 hours 

Ahearn & Soper : contract for installation of electric light plant complete, $11,868 ; extra 

work, additional capacity of regulator between 15 lights and 25 lights, $150, additional 

circuit for arc lighting, $350, additional transformer capacity, $260 ; less, charged to 1902- 

03, $6,989 , 

Audy, M., 100 lbs. solder, $20 ; Beaudouin, A., 618 ft. w. pine, $27 .81 

Beland, T. & Cia. : carpet, 8£ yds. at $1.25; linoleum, 53£ yds. at $1.50 ; border, 38 yds. at 

45c; sundry, $19.77 

Boulanger, J. E. : cedar, deals, 500 (12 x 4 x 3) at 17c, 25 deals (12 x 9 x 3) $10.80, square, 

1,044 ft. at 12c ; pine, 25 deals, $14.70, 1,759 ft. (12 x 11 x 3) at $25, 1,139 ft. at $35; 

planks, 5,400 ft. (12 x 6 x 1) at $14 ; shingles, 150 M. at 82.50 ; spruce, sundry dimensions, 

7,220 ft. at $20, 6,100 ft. at $14 ; 535 deals (12 x 9 x 3) $160.50 ; sundry, $2 

Brown, J. & W. D. : elm, 4,426 c. ft. at 4c; pine, 647 '5 c ft. at 30c; sawing pine, $13.44. . . 

Dancause, Ed., 21 ladders, $42 ; Degagne, M. cedar poles, 3,635 ft. at 15c 

Dorion, G. : cedar, 352 ft. at 12c ; cartage, $1 . 40 

Drolet, F. X.: coal chute, $23; sheet copper for tank, 82 lbs. at 35c; railing bars like 

sample, 36 at $1.25; sundry supplies, $84.21 ; labour, 500 hrs. at 30c, 54 at 35c, 59J at 

40c, 31 at 50c , 

Dugal, Achille : contract for reservoir, $120 ; sundry, $6.24 

Garth & Co.: boiler ratchet, $11.50; Brock chain tongs, $10; steel wheelbarrow, $10.90; 

sundry, $26.13 , . 

Gaudry, L. H. ($0,967.21)— 

Aquameter complete, $28 ; brass pumps, 4 at $27 

Basin cocks, 3, $9 ; corner basin, $9 ; force pumps, 2^-in. cylinder, $18 

BrasB bibbs : 8 at $1.25, 1 at $1.75, 18 at $1.50, 3 at $2.25 

Chapman valve (4-in. C. I.) $26 ; closets complete, 5 at $22 

Enam. sinks, 3 at $8 ; enam. pipe, 320 ft. 2-in. at 50c 

Enam. baths, 4 at $38 ; marble basins complete, 6 at $22 

Ferrules, 12 6-in. at 25c, 12 at 75c W. B. couplings, 36 at 75c 

Flanges, 4 sets 4-in. at $4.40 ; 2 7-in x 14 at $5.20 ; 2 7-in. at $5.50 ; 10, $8.40 

Galv. boilers and stands, 3 at $12 ; gate valves, 6 at $2.50, 4 at $4.50, 2 at $7.50, 1 at $10. 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 


7,981 00 


1,000 00 
106 90 
305 00 


750 00 

120 45 

46 80 

289 30 

17 07 

39 26 


10,655 78 



11,220 00 

339 89 

20 25 

141 00 


11,721 14 



317 38 
215 59 
162 60 



1,579 10 
117 70 
296 70 
279 50 



922 41 



5,639 00 
47 81 

127 07 



1,162 51 


384 76 


587 25 


43 64 


390 91 


126 24 


58 53 


136 00 


36 00 


45 50 


136 00 


184 00 


284 00 


39 00 


47 40 


94 00 


13,460 60 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-91 



Grosse Isle Quarantine Station— Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Gaudry, L. H. — Concluded. 

Galv. elbows, 12 at 19c, 42 at 30c, 24 at 50c, 12 at 84c, 6 at $2.50 

Galv. bushings : 126, $21.74 ; galv. tees, 379, 8180.32 

Galv. elbows : 2 7-in. x & at $10.62 ; 218, 152.52 

Galv. foot valve and strainer : 1 0-in. at §28 ; 1 7-in. at $28 

Galv. sheet iron : 1,125 sq. ft. at 12c; 041 lbs. No. 24 and 2G at 5^c 

Galv. iron pipe: 1,9214; ft. f-in. at lie, 1.000.V ft. 1-in. at 19c, 359,Vft. 1-in. at 19£c. 
717 ^ ft. H-in. at 35c, 1,284 A ft. 2. in. at 46c, 78i ft. 3-in. at 70c, l,608g ft. 4-in. at 
$1.05, 45 ft. 7-in. at $1.25 

Globe valves, 4 2-in. Jenkins at $0.00 ; 3 2-in. at $3.70 ; 44, $02.05 

Heavy soil pipe : 200 ft. 2-in. at 19c; 1,000 ft. 3-in. at 30c; 920 ft. 4-in. at 41c 

Heavy iron pipe : 114 ft.-9-in 7-in. at $1.90 

John Bull Ranges, 3 at $70.40 ; waterbacks for ranges, 3 at $5.40, less 33£ p. c 

Lead pipe, 479J lbs. at 8c; sheet lead, 145 lbs. at 7ia; pig lead, 401 lbs. at Oc, 320 at Gic 

L. & F. block tin, 141. ^ lbs. at 45c ; wire rope, 300 ft. at 20c 

Porcelain sinks, 1 at $10, 11 at $18 

Rubber hoses, with brass pipes and couplings, 4 at $11.50 

Slate slabs : 1, 24 x 10, $2.50 ; 11, 30 x 12 at $3 

Sheet copper, 153 lbs. at 31c; safety valve, $10 

Ventilators : 5 spun brass bell mouth at $3.75 , 

Ventilators (Emerson): Gat $3.40, 2 at $15 

Nil 'pies assorted, 199, $78.07 ; bolts, 400 at 3c 

Sundry supplies 

Gauthier, J. & Frere : glass, $34.20; painting public buildings, 538 yds. at 10c, 7,525 at 15c, 

9,010 at 20c; painting shutters, 15 at $1, 112 at $1.50 ; sundry supplies, $42.22 

Gaze, Jos. & Co., 2,500 bricks at $5 

Gignae, N. : capping, 1,118 ft. at lfc; cherry, 1,500 ft. at $45 ; 7 doors, $31.25 ; sawdust, 133 

sacks at 10c; 1,535 ft. spruce, $30.48; window frames with double windows, 5 at $4.25; 

8 window frames, $22.25 ; sundry, $04.18 

Guay, A. : painting str. Challenger, 107 yds. at 10c, 742 at 15c, 513 at 20c, 231 at 50c, 

sundry, $12 ; painting signs, $39 ; rounded windows, 2 at $5 . 

Ives, H. R. & Co. : galv. bed bottoms, 100 at $3 ; side castings, $45 ; freight, $10.94 

Laberge, Alp. : coal tar, 25 kegs at $3.85 ; galv. iron, 1,003 lbs. at 5|c, 1,133 at 5§aj nails, 

7 kegs 0-in. at $3.40, 4 4-in. at $3.50, 3-in. at $3.55, 5 3-in. at $3.75, 4 1^-in. at $4, 

10 kegs, $38.25 ; oil, 142^ galls, at 52c ; sundry supplies, $104.80 , 

Lacasse, P. C, repairing compass, $5 ; Laroche, A. & Cie., pine, $50 .... 

Lemieux, N. : mortar, 20 kegs at 95c; Portland cement, 22 kegs at $2.50 ; selenite, 27 kegs 

at $1 80 ; sundry, $12.65 

Martineau, J. : cedar, 497 ft. at 18c; 200 deals, $38; timber, 3,700 ft. boards, 6-in. at $16, 

876 ft., 2 x 6 at $18 ; 875 ft. at $20, 2,000 ft., $48 ; sundry, $3.75 

Martineau, J. E. : cement, 25 kegs at $2.50 ; coal tar, 4 kegs at $3.50 ; galv. iron, 1,143 lbs. 

at 4 : ^c; hinges, 69 prs. at 15c; 4 kegs nails, $13.35; oil, 43 galls, at 47c; sundry, $31.72 

Morin, J. B., hardware, $6 90 ; Nadeau, J., 1,628 ft. timber, $29.30 

Paquet, E. : spruce deals, 3,540 ft. at $20 

Paquet, N. : galv. nails, 123 lbs. at 12c; solder, 160 lbs. at 35c; sundry, $17.30 

Picard, Jos. B. : spruce (tongued and grooved) 2,160 ft. at $16, 11,284 "ft. at $17, 1,000 ft. at 

$20 ; spruce boards (baguette, 1-in.), 3,487 ft. at $20, 7,042 ft. at $22 ; spruce deals, 1,200 

ft. at $15, 900 ft. (3-in. x 3-in.) at $16, 1,200 (3-in. x 4-in.) at $16; 200 ft. 1-in. boards, $18. 
Picard, O. ($1,467.16)— 

Contract for plumbing, $3,230 ; less $2,500 paid in 1900-1 (see page V— 68) 

Extras : labour, carpentering, &c, 56| d. at $2 ; board of men, 52 d. at 50c 

Furnace, $35 ; tank, $75 ; basin with fixings, $24 , 

Voucher outstanding, $4.23 ; tinsmitting, &c, $41.16 ... 

Robitaille & Richer, cement, $6 ; Rochette, C., bricks and cartage, $2.90 

Rochon, G. : carting cement, 75 loads at 30c ; freight, $4 

Roy, A., lightning-rod, 77 ft. at 13c; Thivierge, E., spruce deals, $6.45 

Vezina, Ed., trips of steamer to Grosse Isle 

Board of men employed, 391 d. at 40c, 2,999 at 50c, 202 at 75c, 42 d. at $1, paid as follows : 

Beland, O., $9.50; Dancause, G., $8; Gamache, A., $958 40 ; Lachaine, G., $36.50; 

Lapierre, M., $26; Turcottc, J., $204, Mme. F. X., $55, X., $400 50; Vermette, T., 

$151.50 

Ferrying Mr. Cowan : 4 men, $2 each 

Travel of Ottawa officials : John Cowan $94.15, advance ch. 2.1041, $35 ; T. N. Doody $9.20 ; 

Jas. Johnston, $56.30; N. M. Mathe, 57.30 ; A. Gobeil, advance ch. 21491, $75. 

Total carried to page V— 3 



Hochelaga Post Office. 

Martineau, O. & Son ($24,059)— 

Contracts, $20,737 complete, less $1,680 paid in 1900-01. (See page V— 68). 
Extra work ($1,152)— 

Cottonwood dado, $100 ; false beams on ceiling, $60 

Fireplace mantels, $115 ; 2 ornamental lamps, $160 



Carried forward. 



$ cts . 
13,400 60 



54 48 


202 06 


73 76 


56 00 


170 26 


3,090 81 


99 55 


715 20 


218 03 


151 60 


94 08 


123 80 


214 00 


40 00 


35 50 


57 43 


18 75 


50 40 


90 07 


402 93 


3,305 17 


12 50 



275 78 



401 10 * 
355 94 


590 86 
55 00 


135 25 


271 67 


206 42 
36 20 
70 80 
88 06 



540 66 



730 00 

139 00 

134 00 

404 10 

8 90 

2G 50 

10 46 

50 00 


1,819 40 
8 00 


326 95 


29,584 69 


19,057 00 


160 00 
275 00 


19,492 00 



V-92 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A 1903 



Hochelaga Post Office— Concluded. 



Brought forward. 



Extra work — Concluded. 

Lengthening columns and pilasters, $145 ; painting ceiling, $90 

Oak architraves, $25 ; varnish on dado and architraves, $93 

Washtub, $44 ; white oak panelled dado, $300 

Removing and replacing radiators 

Contract for fittiags, $3,000 ; contract for heating, $850 

Perreault & Lesage, architects, professional services 

Brown, J. H. : 3 wire screen doors for intersecting tower, including overhead carriage, locks 

and bolts, $16.75 ; sundry supplies, &c, $27.25; labour, 3| d. at $1.50, 18£ at $1 

Crescent Electric Co. ($296.57)— 

Contract, installation of electric light fixtures . 

Plug and wiring for portable lamp 

Installing electric wire, socket and lamp in pillar lamp: supplies, $14.22; labour, 61 h. 

at 35c . ... . 

Guindon, J. B. E. A., contract for " Seth Thomas " tower clock 

Ives, H. R. & Co. : 2 Buffalo boilers, $229 . 60 ; twin connections, $70 

Lamarche, Jos. ($60.31)— 

Contract for flashing on brick wall & porch over mail carriers entrance 

Gasfitting material, $16.31, labour, 30 h. at 80c 

Richard, E., cleaning post office 

Rubenstein Bros. : 182 P. O. box fronts, $260.26 ; cases, $2 ; cartage, 75c 

King's Printer, $23.88 ; advertising, $147 08 

Travel of Ottawa officials : Jas. Johnston , 



Total carried to page V— 3. 



Hull Post Office : Reconstruction! 



Bourque & LeMoine ($5,839.50)— 

Contract for building, $18,500 complete, contract for heating apparatus, $1,600 complete 

less, $17,260.50 paid in 1900-01, page V— 68 : 

Contract for fittings complete 

Laflamme, V., clerk of works ($915) — 

Services, May 1, 1901-Eeb. 28, 1902, 304 d. at $3 , , ... . 

Car fare. . > . 

Comte, Dame Marie, land for protection and use of public building property 

Pay-lists, decoration, earth-filling, stone fence, Aug. 30-Dec. 19, 1901— 

Carpenters and carters, days at $2 : Carriere, T., 10; Charbonneau, M., 8 ; Charlebois 

A., 7 ; Labelle, J. B., 18 ; Laferriere, H., 1 ; St. Arneault, C, 1\, E., 4 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : Carriere, T., 8 ; Chene, D., 38, P. D., 4 ; Desormeaux, D., 9 
Fortin, Z., 32| ; Gagne, P., 44i ; Lacoste, J. B., 5^ ; Lafleur, A,, 48^ ; Lapensee, A. 
7; Marchand, S., 2 ; Poupore, P., 34J ; Proulx, P., 4^ ; Seguin,~E., 20, L., 11 

St. Arneault, F., 10 

Masons and stonecutters, days at $S : Gagne, J., 17i ; Gagnon, E. ; 20, F., 10|, P., 6£ ; 
Gavard, F., 18±, L. 3; Gilmet, C, 20£; Lapensee, E., 10, J., 8; Michaud, O., 9; 

Picard, W., 16 ; Plamondon, A., 5J ; St. Arneault, P., 20 , . . 

Mason, days at $2.50 : P. Thibaudeau, 34| 

Barette, F., contract for fire escape ladders with two balconies , 

Charbonneau, M., contract for slate for walks and cut stone steps , 

David, P., coping stone fence ; 

Deslauriers, Jos., contract for 4 wooden blinds in tower 

Desormeaux, S., contract for sodding 

Dupuis, D. : earth, 237 cubic yds. at 60c. ; timber, $16.79 

Foley, J. , 617^ sq. ft, concrete at 17c 

Guindon, J. B. E. A. : contract $2,000 for St. Thomas tower clock ; less, $1,300 charged to 

renewals, etc., Que., 1902-3 

Isabella, J. : 7 chairs, $20.50 ; oak desk, $35 ; stool, $3.50 ; table, $10.50 

Laverdure, M. J. : cement, 17 brls. at $2.40 ; 150 ft. rubber hose, $22 ; sundry, $21.94 

Leduc, Jos. ($923.27)— 

Contract for iron fence. $600 ; contract for fountain, $200 

Stone coping, 50 ft. at $1.75, 11 at $2.25 ; sand, 47 yds. at 66c. ; less 16 toise waste 

stone at $1 . 25 

Parent, A. : window shades, 5 at $3.50, 1 at $5 ; labour, $4 ... 

Reinhardt, J., carpenter's work on temporary P.O., 5 d. at $2. ... - 

Rouleau, Mme. C, price and value of horse killed by falling into an unprotected excavation.. 
Wright & Co. : lime, 124 bush, at 22c. ; stone coping, 52 ft. 4^-in. at $1.75, 15 ft. 9^-in. at $2.25 

Sundry payments, $17 ; J. Bruchesi, street car tickets, $8.05 

King's Printer 

Legal expenses, P. T. Desjardins ... . ,..,...., 



% cts. 
19,492 00 



235 00 

118 00 

344 00 

20 00 

3,850 00 

1,280 00 

67 75 

258 00 
3 00 

35 57 

475 0C 
299 60 

20 00 
40 31 
10 00 
263 01 
170 96 
15 25 

26,997 45 



Total, carried to page V — 3 . 



2,839 50 
3,000 00 

912 00 

3 00 

200 00 



111 00 



418 50 



495 00 


86 25 


90 00 


90 00 


158 88 


25 00 


140 00 


158 99 


104 93 


700 00 


69 50 


84 74 


800 00 


123 27 


26 50 


10 00 


150 00 


154 47 


28 05 


1 23 


29 35 


11,007 16 



rVBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-93 



Levi* Cattle Quarantine Station, July 4-Oet. 22, 1901, June 4-30, 1902. 



Foreman, D. Carrier, 1,038 h. at 25c 

Carter, J. Drapeau, 575 hrs. at 25c. ; unison, A. Couture, 54 h. at 20c 

Carpenters, hrs. at 17k. : Bouchard, H., 805 ; Carrier, H., 988 ; Couture, A., 30, F., 755, 
70, L., 80 ; Fortin, P., 885 ; Labrie, J., 545; Laliberte, P., 319, J. 305 ; Lamarre, 
358 ; Leinieux, J., 5 ; Poliquin, J., 120 ; St. Laurent, J., 1,010 

Labourers, hrs. at 12Jc. : P. Betie 255, G. Bouchard 607, E. Boucher 10, A. Deniers 700, A. 
DeVarennes 675, G. Lagueux 690, P. Royer 655 

Blouin, J. N. : cedar, 2,128 ft. at 14c. ; pine, 930 ft. at l^c. ; 2,323 ft. (boards) at $35 ; pine 
doors, 2 at §5, 9 at $2.75 ; shingles (furnished and put on) 177.27 M. at $4.50 ; spruce, 
9,852 ft. at $20, 4,163 ft. at $25 ; spruce boards (12 x 6 x 1, 12 x 7 x 1, 12 x 8 x 1, &c.) 27,003 
ft. at $16, 25,903 ft. at $20, 5,505 ft. at $22, 1,752 ft. at $24 ; spruce deals (12x6x2 
12x7 x 2, 12 x9 x 3, &c), 28,269 ft. at $14, 7,896 ft. at $15 ; windows, 4 at $10 ; sundry 
.24 



$46 



Carrier, R. : coal tar, 4 brls. at $4.50 ; nails, 8 kegs (6-in.) at $3.25, 4 (4-in.) at $3.30, 15 (3-in.) 
at $3.35, 1 at $3.50, 2 at $3.60 ; sundry hardware, $89.07 

Gravel, A., Lumber Co. : birch, 652 ft. (1 x 3-in.) at $35 ; spruce, 159 ft. at $20, 1,053 ft. at $28. 
702 ft. at $32 ; sundry timber and cartage, $9.05 

Guay, A. : painting Mr. Walsh's residence, 406^ yds. at 8c, 10 at 10c, 130§ at 15c, 690 at 
20c, 13 at 25c ; painting blinds, $6.25 ; window panes supplied, &c, 99 at 20c 



Total, carried to page V — 3 



L'Assomption Public Building'. 



Racette, V. & Duhamel, J. E. : site (66ft. x 90 ft.) for building. 

Fitzpatrick, J. D. A., D.L.S. & C.E., travel and outlay 

Travel of Ottawa officials : J. S. J. Routhier 



Total, carried to page V— 3 



Montreal Public Buildings : Improvements, &c. 

Custom, House ($702.62). 



Boivin, Wilson & Co. : panes of glass, putty, &c - 

Brunet, F. : coke, 162 lbs. at 35c ; 4 Jenkins check valves, $12.50 ; rubber hose, 30 ft. at 
65c; ventilators, 2 at $5.50; sundry supplies, $134.84; labour, 518| h. at 30c, 383^ at 
10c 

Dandelin, C. : cleaning roof, outside, sidewalks, &c, 15 m. to June 30, 1902 

Marchand, J. T. & Co. : pine, &c . 

Montreal Tent, Awning & Tarpaulin Co. : 4 awnings, $20 ; repairing flag, $2.50 

Pauze, J. B. : paint, &c, $23.10 ; labour, 200 h. at 25c 

Inspection of boiler, $5 ; smithwork, $5 . 25 ; Auer light, $2 , 



$ cts. 

259 50 
154 55 



1,108 70 
449 05 



3,240 40 

207 22 

86 99 

220 46 



5,726 87 



Drill Hall ($11). 



Panes of glass, $2.50 ; key to order, $8 ; eye bolt, 50c 

Examining Warehouse (-$654.09). 

Boivin, Wilson & Co . : panes of glass, putty, &c 

Brunet, F.: 6 Jenkins valves, $11.50; 245 ft. iron pipe, $25.96; steam trap, $40; sundry 

supplies and repairs, $121 .74 ; labour, 179 h. at 30c,, 149 at 10c ' 

Brush, G. : 6 safety racks and 3 guide boxes for elevator, $18.80 ; 3 prs. roller pockets, $4.20 
Lewis Bros. & Co. : asbestos locks, 2 at $7.50; 2 Governor pulleys at $92.50; nickeling, 

sin .50; sundry, $11.64; labour, 45 h. at 45c, 13 at 65c 

Miller Bros. & Toms : sundry supplies, &c, $10.24 ; labour, 25 h. at 25c, 9 at 30c, 83 at 35c, 

21 at 40c, 8 at 50c 

Thibeault, J., gasfitting 

Inland Revenue (-$166.12). 

Brunet, F. : sundry supplies and repairs, $52.27 ; labour, 199£ h. at 30c, 199^ at 10c 

Drysdule, W. : 1 D. check, $3 ; 1 B. check and bracket, $7 

Girard, Jos. : labour, 7 d. at $1 . 50 

Carpenter's work, &c, $6.31 ; glass, &c, $2.24 



Post Office ($6,736.66). 

Pay-list, Nov. 2, 1901-Jan. 31, 1902. Building for caretakers- 
Foreman, C. Grothe, 75 d. at $3 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : J. Bertrand 61, J. Cusson 65, A. Dubois 61, J. Pelletier 63, 
H. Valiquette 69 



Carried forward. 



1,150 00 
26 35 
16 25 

1,192 60 



20 68 



428 44 
125 00 
20 65 
22 50 
73 10 
12 25 



11 00 



19 13 

267 80 
23 00 

250 84 

90 64 

2 68 



132 07 

15 00 

10 50 

8 55 



225 00 
558 25 



2,317 08 



V-94 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-19G2 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Montreal Public Buildings : Improvements, &c. — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Post Office— Continued. 
Pay-list — Concluded. 

Plasterers, days at $3 : W. Lemarbre 19, H. Marineau 22 

Plasterer, &c, days at §1.50 : J. Blanchette 27, A. Dagenais 47 

Bell Telephone Co. : 6 m. exchange service to Jan. 1, 1902, $37.50 ; 3 m. exchange service to 

Sept. 1, 1901, 820 per annum ; messages, $129.55 ; Voucher outstanding, $35.84 

Boivin, Wilson & Co. , glass, putty, &c 

Brunei, F. ($827.03)— 

Contract for supply and connection of 2 5| ft. enam. baths, 2 euam. basins, 2 R. closets, 
1 enam. sink, back air vents and connections , 

Contract for supply and connecting gas stove, connections 1 enam. basin and sink 

Electroliers, 2 at S3, 3 at 83.75, 2 at $4.50 ; sundry electric supplies, 825. GO ; Richelieu 
closet, $13.50; sundry supplies and repairs, $149.32; labour, 242i h. at 30c, 229 at 

10c . . ..." 

Canadian General Electric Co. : ball-bearing motor and labour putting in, $11.30; supplies, 

816.24 ; labour, 69J h. at 40c, 53f at 25c 

Caverhill, Learmont& Co.: asbestic Snish, 10 bags at $1.10 ; asbestos (rough), 275 bags at 20c; 

locks, 1 at $3, 15 sets at $1.25 ; trans, chains, 6 at $1.25 ; trans, lifts, 15 at 75c; metallic 

lathing, 1,010 yds. at 24c; plaster of paris, 10 brls. at $1.60 ; supplies and cartage, $34.42 
Crowe, John & Sons : 2 iron gratings and 1 iron stay for window, $28 ; 5 doz. mail hooks, 

$12 ; supplies and smithwork, 823, 
Dominion Window Bolt and Latch Works : door stops and catch, 2\ doz. at $6.50 ; window 

catches, 6 prs. at $3 

Drysdale, W.: 1 B. bracket, $1 ; 2 B. checks at $6 ; 1 door check, $9 

Dupre, H. : pine, 3,560 ft. (deals) at $20, 1,828 ft. 1 in. at $15.50, 3,113 ft. 1 in at $18 ; white 

pine, 596 ft. at $25, G,008 ft., 2 x 4, at $30,, 180 ft. at $45, 1,767 ft. at $50 ; spruce, 2 in 

x 8 in., 2 in. x 4 in., 3 in. x 12 in., 4,640 ft. at $17.50, 1,716 ft. at $20 ; sundry, $42.53. . . 

Frothingham & Workman : nails, 8 kegs at $2.95, 4 kegs $13.30 ; 179 lbs. $7.39 

Gratton, J. B.: boards, 5,973ft. \\ in. at $42; cotton wood, 166i ft. at 7c; 1 division, 13 ft., 

(4 x 9), 1{ in.,, $36.45, 1 division, 5 (6 x 9), 1| in., $15.08 ; door boxes, 15 at $1.50 ; doors 

with 5 panels, 17 at $3.50 ; glass windows, 13 at 95c, 1 at $1.15 ; window frames, 6 at $3. 

5 at S3. 50, 5 with shutter attachment at $10 ; shutters, 10 at $2.50 ; moulding, &c, 22 

lengths at 20c, 912 ft. at 2c, 912 ft. at 2^c, 729 ft. at 3c, 401 ft. at 4c, 1,558 ft. at 5c, 



611 ft. at Go.; newel posts, 5 at $2.80, 1 at $3.30 ; stair spindles, 100 at 23c; sundrv,$S6.18 

■ !k, §- 

& Co., rental of typewriter, &c, 



regulator, $10; repairing tower' clock, $27.35; sundry, $4.25. 



Grothe, T. A. & Fils 

Hall, Wm 

Lamarche, J.: removing snow from roof during winter, 8100; plumber's supplies, $32.63; 

labour, 5 h. at 35c, 183J at 40 

Lambert & Fils, contract for partition above door of Savings Dept. office , 

Limoges, O., 16 kegs mortar, $14.40 ; Malo, J., ice, May-Oct., 1901, $32.50 

Marchand, J. T. & Cie.: cotton wood, 958 ft. (i in., 1 in., 1^ in., &c) at 6^c; pine, (^ in., ] 

in., &c.) 391 ft. at 3c, 156 at 3|a, 2,480 at 4c, 672 at 4£c., 160 at 5c, 602 at 6c; sundry 



$28.55 



Miller Bros. & Toms : contract for removing motor and counter shaft for freight elevator, 
$85 ; sundry, $6.07 

Murphy, John : contract for painting and glazing, $295 ; contract for enamelling woodwork 
of rooms and passages and graining and varnishing kitchens and staining and varnishing 
floors, $185 ; painting and enamelling 2 extra doors, 30 yds. at 40c ; painting inside of 
light shaft, 156 yds. at 10c; 94 ft. teake glass, $26.28 

New Warren Scale Co., placing new foundation under scale 

Pauze, J. B. : contract painting and lettering 68 cupboards and 1 door, $138 ; cupboards, 
boiler-room, &c, painted, varnished, &c, supplies, $10.22; labour, 140 h. at 25c; plate 
glass (48 x 77;, $24 ; sundry, $6.37 

Pringle, R. E. T.: 250 ft. flexible conduit, $17.50; 1,566 ft. R.C. wire, $23.18; sundry 



$25.15. 



Rousseau, E., contract for heating apparatus 

Royal Electric Co.:' motor armature with special pulley, $135; sundry repairs, $296.25 

Thibault, L. D., towel washing, 9 m. to June 30, 1902 

Weaver, Geo. H. , |-in. elevator rope, 358 ft. at lie 

D6or check, $9 ; sand, $7.50 ; sundry, $17.85 



Post Office Windsor St. Station (81,22, 



Bourgie, H., contract for fittings 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd.; 2 bag racks. 



Generally ($483.50.) 

Desjardins, O.,' cartage. 

Travel of Ottawa officials: A. Gobeil, $179.50, advances ch. 17796, $32, ch. 11774, $80; Jas. 
Johnston, $15.75 ; J. S. J. Routhier, $62.65 , 

Total carried to page V— 3 



$ cts. 


2,317 08 


123 00 
111 00 


207 89 
37 04 


364 25 
152 40 


310 38 


68 69 


399 32 


63 00 


34 25 
22 00 


605 20 
44 29 



841 44 
41 00 
35 00 

209 78 
63 00 
46 90 



281 58 
91 07 



533 88 
15 00 



213 59 



65 83 
453 00 
431 25 
11 05 
39 38 
34 35 


475 00 
750 00 


13 60 


369 90 



9,878 99 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-95 



Montreal Custom House: Alterations, Sec. 

Fay-list Feb. 12-June 30, 1902— 

Foreman, C. Grothe, 1 10 d. at S3 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : J. Bertrand 67, I. Delorme 27, J. Favreau 65, G. Fernet 50, 
F. X. Gareau 126, E. Leclaire 14, J. Rose 134, H. Valiquette 93 

Bricklayers and plasterers, days at §3.15: Fournier, E. 19£, Gosselin, J. 21, Marson, A. 
24, D. 24&, Tichette, H. 21 

Lather, days at §2 . 25, E. Leduc 2£ 

Labourers, days at §1.50: T. Betournaz 21, G. Briere 5, A. Dagenais 50, J. Girard 11, 

E. Leclaire 70, A. PloulFe 40, H. Raza 60£ 

Beauchamp, Z., contract for petitions . , 

Brunet, F.: 4 Jenkins globe valves, $20 ; sundry supplies and repairs, $135.97 ; labour, 3894 

h. at 30c, 389^ at 10c " 

Cavanagh, Edward Co.: cement, 26 brls. (Portland) at $2.25, 6 brls. (citadel) at $2.35, 2 brls. 

(K) I at $8 ; plaster Paris, 11 brls. at $1.75; spring hinges, 2 prs. at $7.50; sundry, $82.97 

Chapleau, G. & Sons, 2 sets steel vault doors 

Crowe, John & Sons, smithwork 

Darling Bros.: steam pump and receiver complete, $165; 3 Jenkins valves, &c, $22.50; 

Drysdale, W., door checks,' 3 at $9, i at $7. . • '. 

Emond, V. A. & Son : mechanical water filters, 2 at $160 ; connections, $36 

Forsyth Granite & Marble Co.: 2 loads crushed granite, $7; tiles reset, 353" 1 ft. at 20c; 
tiles supplied and set, 309 "9 ft. at 50c; sanitary base, 91 '4 ft. at 15c; capping, 75 '9 ft. 



at 15c . 



Gosselin, S. : mortar, &c, $8 . 55 ; plasterers, 51 h. at 35c 

Laprairie Brick Co., plastic, 24,100 at $8.50 

Leduc, Fred., cartage, trips, 2 at 25c , 63 at 50c 

Limoges, O. : mortar, 5,700 lbs. at 35c ; hair, 25c 

Marchand, J. T. & Co.: elm, 144 ft. at 7c; pine, 50 pes. (3 x 4) at 20c, 1,800 ft. (1^ x 10) at 



$32.50, 1,001 ft. (1 x 12 x 14, &c) at 5c; sundry, $14.75. 



Pauze, J. B. & Co. : enam. paint, 12 galls, at $4.50; 75 lbs. dry paint, $6; oil, 15 galls, at 
90c; shellac, 4 galls, at $3 ; turpentine, 23 galls, at 90c; varnish, 5 galls, at $4; white 
lead, 850 lbs. at $7.50 per 100 lbs.; sundry, $7 ; labour, 1,626 h. at 25c 

Phoenix Bridge & Iron Works : contract for steel beams, &c, $95 ; 2 beams, $13.75 

Robillard, A. : sand, 30 loads at 60c ; cartage, 30 loads at 40c 

Traversy, V. E.: boards, 2,168 ft. at $37.50 ; Cottonwood, 520 ft. at 7c ; cottonwood counter, 
64 ft. at $3.50; cupboard complete, $80; 2 doors, frame, &c, 2 at $12.50; moulding, 
8 lengths at 70c, 17 at 75c; oak, 140 ft. at 10c; plinth, 39 lengths at 60c; pine, 913 ft. 
(1-in., &c) at 4c, 2,521 ft. (1 x 2, 1 x 12, 3 x 11, &c.) at 5c, 419 ft. at 7c, 873 ft. (2 x 4) 
at $20, 1,550 ft. (1 in., 2 in., &c) at $32, 320 ft. (2 in.) at $32.50 ; sundry, $52.59 ; less 
counter shelves, $9 . 50 

Thibault, J., contract covering roof with copper, repairing roof generally and erecting flag- 
le 



poh 



Ulley, J. J. & Son, wire partition with sliding door 

Weir, J. & R.: asbestos covering on stack and old boiler, $22.50 ; 7 valves, $22.50 ; sundry, 

$8.80 ; labour, 73 h. at 35c, 73 at 20c 

Glass, $1 . 39 ; smithwork, $1 . 75 

Travel of Ottawa officials : J. S. J. Routhier 



Total carried to page V— 3. 



Montreal Examining Wareliouse : Addition, &c. 

Beauchamp, Z. (82,081.34)— 

Contract, $4,375, carpentry and joinery, est. No. 1 to June 30, 1902 

Repairs to doors and woodwork : material, $26.84 ; labour, 298 h. at 25c 

Brunet, F.: 194i ft. iron pipe, $31.70 ; sundry, $129.71 ; labour, 06^ d. at $4 

Ives, H. R. & Co. ($3,430)— 

Contract, $1,700, ironwork and staircase, est. No. 1 to June 30, 1902 

Fitzgibbons Vetricle Marine Boiler, 75 h. p 

Miller Bros. & Toms : rubber packing, 29 lbs. at 40c, 23 at 90c; sundry smithwork, $125.31. 
Pauze, J. B. ($3,155.50)— 

Contract, $2,831.40, painting and kalsomining, est. No. 1 to June 30, 1902 

Contract painting and kalsomining ground floor 

Contract whitewashing and painting third story 

Rousseau, E., contract, $925, plumbing, est. 1 to June 30, 1902 , 

Weaver, Geo. II. : elevator rope, 130 ft. at 19c ; babbit metal, SI . 80 

King's Printer 

Travel of Ottawa officials : A. Gobeil, $44.35 ; J. S. J. Routhier, $24.70 



Total carried to page V— 3 



ITIontreal Inland Revenue offices. 



Chapleau, G. & fils, safe . 



$ cts. 

348 00 

598 76 

346 51 
5 63 

386 25 
215 50 

311 77 

205 82 

500 00 

29 00 

203 50 

34 00 

356 00 



257 63 
26 40 

204 85 
32 00 
20 20 

143 53 



603 45 

108 75 

30 00 



824 90 



1,015 00 
35 00 

93 95 

3 14 

11 10 


6,950 64 



1,980 00 


101 34 


426 61 


1,155 00 


2,275 00 


157 61 


1,170 00 


1,185 50 


800 00 


520 00 


20 50 


28 15 


69 05 


9,S94 76 


550 00 



V-96 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 19C3 



Montreal Post Office: Improvements. 

Pay-list, October, 1901— 

Foreman, C. Grothe, 10 d. at $3 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : J. Cusson 9, A. Dubois 10, J. Pelletier 9, H. Valiquette 10. . 

Bell Telephone Co.: 6 m. exchange service to Jan. 1, 1902. . ._ 

Brunet, F.: elec. fan motor, $22 ; sundry supplies and repairs, $105.53 ; labour, 8 h. at 60c , 

15fd. at $4 

Canadian General Electric Co., repairs, &c . . 

Chapleau, G. & Sons : repairs to safe, $14.75 ; Crowe, J. & Sons, smith work, $22.60 

Hall, Wm. M. & Co., rent of typewriter 

Lamarche, Jos. ($731.73) — 

Alterations to expansion tank and return pipes, &c: material supplied, $117.19; labour, 
412£ h. at 30c 

Carpenter's and joiner's work : timber, &c, $12.20 ; labour, 300 h. at 25c 

Filling place of door with brick wall : mortar, &c, $15.80; labour, 6^ h. at 50c, 44 at 
40c, 30 at 17^c 

Keeping roof and cornices during winter , 

Changes in hot water heating apparatus, $850; less $650 paid in 1900-1 (see 
page V — 69) 

Repairing broken pipe, $46 . 86 ; connecting water pipes to furnace, $14 .82 

Marchand, J. T. & Co.: cottonwood (l£-in., &c), 803 ft. at 6Vc; pine, 1,400 ft. at $30, 

1,229 ft. (| x 10) at $37.50, 2,337 ft. (1-in., 1^-in., &c) at 4c, 1,111 ft. at 4Jc; whitewood, 

400 ft. at 3c, 1,604 ft. (|-in., &c.) at 4c, 154 ft. at 5c; sundry, $89.84. . . 

Pauze, J. B. & Co.: painting signs, contract, $160; windows, $33.65; painting cupboard, 



$9.75 



Rousseau, E., putting in gas lights, 80 at $3 . 10 

Asbestos, $6.42 ; cement, $8 ; glass, $1.76 ; belting/$7 . 02 ; smith work, $7.55 ; washing towels, 
$5.15 



Total, carried to page V— 3 



Peribonka Immigrant Building. 

Godbout, A.: contract, $2,069 complete; less $1,210 paid in 1900-1 (see page V— 70), 

Ferland, L. P.: desk, $15 ; mattresses, 24 at $2.50 ; chairs, &c, $46.35 - 

Terreau & Racine, hardware 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



Quebec Custom House and Examining Warehouse : Improvements. 

Custom Rouse ('$1,060,56). 



Amyot, J., flag, $18 ; Beaupre, H., levelling, &c, vacant ground, $15.75 

Drolet, F. X.: supplies, $10.42 ; labour, 8 h. at 50c, 73 h. at 30c 

Gauthier, J. & Brother : glass, $32.55; painting, 1,186 yds. at 20c, 290 at 50c; oiling floor, 

200 yds. at 8c ; japanning radiator, 9 at $4 ; sundry, $47 .40 

Larose, D. : selenite, 33 kegs at $2 ; sandry, $23.55 ; labour, 58£ d. at $2.50, 53£ at $1.50. . . . 

Pelletier, J. B., combination lock on vault 

Richard, N.: floor in cherry, If toise ut$13 ; sundry, $24.08 

Vezina, Chs.: syphon valves, 4 at $2.50 ; sundry, $15.80 ; labour, 10^ d. at $2 

Doorspring, &c, $9.75 ; repairs to clo.sk, $9.75 ; sundry, $12.16 



Examining Warehouse ($749.11). 

Cantin, O. & Co.: repairs to furnace pipes, 88 d. at $2; cartage, $2 ; credited by old pipe, $10. 

Cote, C. & Co.: material, &c, $8.95 ; labour, 8^ d. at $2.50, 9 at $1.50 

Garth & Co. : gate valve, $10 ; 18 pipe bows, $43 ; sundry, $50.05 

Gaudry, L. H.: iron pipe, 272^ ft. at 29c, 1,824!^ ft. at 5£c., 112ft ft. at 7£c, 336 & at 9Je.j 

put valves, 15 at $1.35 ; cartage, $1.60 

Richard, N.: pine, 318^ ft. (3 in.) m 4c; labour, 24 h. at 12^c, 88 h. at 20c, 38 d. at $2 ; 

sundry, $43.65 

Travel of Ottawa officials : John Cowan 

Total, carried to page V— 3 ...,.., , 



cts. 



30 00 
66 50 
25 00 

195 33 
32 76 
37 35 
11 50 



240 94 

87 20 

41 91 
100 00 

200 00 
61 68 



457 47 

203 40 
248 00 

35 90 



2,074 94 



859 00 

121 35 

24 72 



1,005 07 



33 75 


36 32 


514 15 


316 05 


35 00 


46 83 


46 80 


31 66 



168 00 

43 70 
103 05 

236 55 

152 99 

44 82 

1,809 67 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-97 



Quebec Immigrant Buildings. 

Louise Embankment ($8,643.16). 

Andy, M., labour, &c, $10.13 ; Cauchon, M. & Frere, timber, <fcc, $14.40 

1 Viand, T. & Co.: blankets, sheeting, &c, $70.33 ; 7 prs. curtains, poles, &c., $24 ; making 

sheets, &c, $15 

Clavet, F. X., paint, &c, $8.07 ; Curodeau, Vve. Frs., crockery, $21.50 

Cote, C. & Co., plastering, 278 yds. at 50c 

Dugal, Achille ($5,967.24)— 

Contract fov immigration shed 

Contract for partition, doors, &c 

Contract for two chimneys, $105 ; contract for floor, $289 

Benches, 172 ft. at 30c; cedar, 31 ft. deals at 33c, 272 ft. at 15c, 593 at ft. 12c; deals, 190 
(3-in. x 9-in.) at 45c; laths, 505 ft. at 0c; sundry, $117.15 ; labour, 13 d. at $1.50, ]o7.' 

at $2, 2 at $2.50 

Faguy, Lepinay & Brother : carpet, 108^ yds. at $1 ; cutting and laying carpet, 108f yds. at 

10c; sundry, $21.10 

Gauthier, J. & Brother : painting, 225 yds. at 8c, 574^ at 20c; sundry, $11.05 

Gignac, N.: contract for doors, windows, &c, $03.15 ; cedar posts, 23 at 75c; fence slats, 

350 at 6c ; 10 windows, $39.15 ; sundry, $12.14 

Lacasse, P. C, repairs to electric clocks, &c 

Laliberte, J. & Co., furniture for matron's rooms 

Marehand, Geo.: work on engine, supplies, $5.34 ; labour, d. at $2.50 

Paquet, E.: boards, 4 toise at $0 ; cedar, 1,320 ft. at 2c, 512 ft. 8 in. at 12c, GO ft. 12 in. at 

10c; 5 doors and windows, $30 ; partition timber, 100 at 50c; pine, 173 ft. 8 in. at 12c, 

2,538 ft. 3 in. at $20, 1,538 ft. 1 in. at $40 ; plinth, 210 ft. at 8c; spruce, 1,500 ft. 3 in. at 

$10, 10,000 ft. (12x0x3, &c.) at $17 ; sundry, $102.25 ; labour, 11 d. at $1.50, 193 d. at $2. 
Picard, O.: painting, 43 yds. at 15c, 313 at 20c; 7 prs. blinds at $2 ; glass, $22.82 ; putty, 

$3.40 ; labour, $6 ._ 

Quebec Ry., Light & Power Co.: electric stove, $15; 100 16 cp. lamps at 20c; sundry, 

$13.88 ; labour, 58 h. at 25c 

Robitaille & Picher, kitchen utensils , . 

Terreau& Racine : 1 ' Acme Jewel ' stove, $18 ; 1 ' City Treasure ' stove, $27 ; sundry, $11.80. 
Vezina, Chas. : contract for 52 elec lamps, $78; extras, $17.10 ; 4 electroliers, $19 ; furnish- 
ing, &c, 4 braket lights complete, $24 ; repairs to wires, $30.06 ; sundry, $37.24 

Queen's Wharf Building ($1,966.76). 

Dalaire, P. & Co.: roofing building with sheet iron, 14 toise 68 ft. at $5 ; repairs, $4 

Durand, F.: contract roofing with gal v. iron, $225 ; contract roofing with sheet iron, $110 ; 

roofing corridor, $10 

Gauthier, J. & Bro., contract for windows and painting 

Gignac, N., 325 ft. cherry, $14.63 ; Pageau, A. J., architect, $15 

Paquet, A., timber, &c, $5.74 ; Rigoli & Rigoli, paint, &c, $27.76 

Picard, EL: contract for shed, $1,272 ; supplies, $27.03 ; labour, 20 d. at $2 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners, surveying land 

Vezina, Chas., plumbers' supplies, &c . 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



Quebec Military Buildings : Boiling Mill for Cartridge Factory. 

Pay-list, May 1- August 31, 1901— 

Foreman, L. Moisan, 720 h. at 35c 

Machinist, J. L. Richard, 270 h. at 30c; bricklayer, N. St. Jean, 150 h. at 25c 

Carpenter, F. Ferland, G0G£ h. at 17^c; watchman, C. Chouinard, 950 h. at 12ic 

Masons, h. at 20c: J. Champagne 470, J. Dion 448^, F. Fournier 585i, F. Jean 585^.. 

Labourers, h. at 12k.: S. Berube 4G3i, M. Bjivin 60a, N. Boivin 634, A. Clermont 44, 
F. X. Drouiii 0313, C. Dumas 299", G. Lafrance 593, P. Menard 207, F. Metivier 
GOO J. McKabine 458, G. Renaud G34, P. Pochette 390, J. Rocheford 505, M. 
Shea 574, B. Trepanier 505, 

Mortar, bush, at 20c : Robert, E. 03, G. 254 ; Vallee C. 51 

Dimension stone, toise at $10, V. Giguere, 9f\ 

- Dorval, G., carter : 117 trips at 20c, 208 at 25c; brick, 9£ M. at $1, 2 M. at $1 50 

L'Heureux, carter, 25 trips at 25c 

Beaupre, H., excavating, &c, $28.35 ; Filion, A., maple and cherry, 12 cords at $5.40 

Belanger, J. A.: stone and granite, 1,494 cub. ft. at 05c; stonecutters, G,G40 h. at 30c; 

masons, 6.J d. at $2.40 ; labourers, 5i d. at $1.50 

Berlin Iron Bridge Co., iron and steel work 

Gignac, N. (81,290.39)— 

Contract for floor, $630.97 ; contract for doors, $639.35 

Pine, 261 ' 4 ft. (7 x 7) at $50 ; 4 pes. at 25c ; windows, 2 at $6 

Giguere, L. C, cement, 12 brls. at $2.50 ; Lapointe & Lapointe, cement, 18 brls. at $2.50 

Jinchereau, J. B. : rent of derrick, 9 m. at $12 ; sundry, $7 . 

Carried forward 

1— 7v 



cts. 



30 53 

115 33 

29 57 
139 00 

4,527 00 
400 00 
394 00 



616 24 

140 73 
144 55 

153 05 
30 15 

100 25 
20 34 



1,15G 59 

115 27 

03 38 
08 98 
50 80 

205 40 



77 40 



345 00 


79 75 


29 03 


33 50 


1,339 03 


48 75 


13 10 


10,509 92 



252 00 
118 50 
235 40 
419 10 


923 08 
74 20 

92 15 
87 90 

6 25 

93 15 


2,988 76 
1,490 00 


1,270 32 

26 07 

75 00 

115 00 



8,267 48 



^-98 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Quebec Military Building: Rolling Mill] for Cartridge Factory— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



L'Heureux, Chas.: repairs to roof, $27.05; galv. iron, 90 sheets at 75c; sundry, $19.90; 

labour, 43£ d. at $2 

L'Heureux & Dallaire : roofing building, galv. iron, 48 "89 toise at $10 ; cornice, 167 ft. at 50c; 

sundry, $29.90 ; labour, 6 d. at $2.50. ... , 

Martel, C, cartage, $18.25 ; Menard, P., excavating, &c, $22.35 , 

Morin, J. B., sulphur, &c, $20.40 ; Nadeau, F., deals, &c, $55.18 

Paquet, E. ($4,635.17)— 

Contract for builling 

Making 82 ft. benches, $29.75 ; iron steps, 12 at $6.30; under flooring, 90 toise at $2.50; 

sundry, $138.97 ; labour, 20| d. at $1.50, 56 at $1.60, 36 at $2, 6 at $2.25 

Paradis, P. ; enamel basins, 8 sections at $14.25 ; funnels with spring, 16 at $2.25 ; sundry, 

$42.98; labour, 1254 h. (2 men) at 40c 

Parent, A. : Portland cement, 26 brls. at $2.50 ; cast steel, 39 lbs. at 15c 

Parent, J. B.. cement, 32 brls. at $2.50 ; Pelletier, J. B., smith work, $205.85 

Picard, O., et fils : headers, 4 at $3.25, 4 at $3.50 ; pipes, 237| ft. 3 in. at 40c, 759 ft. 2 in. at 

15c ; 6 valves, $29.25 ; sundry, $43.63 ; labour, 64 d. at $2. 

Picard, O. : contract for windows and painting - ...... 

Pruneau, A. R., & Co. : w. bricks, 2 M. at $33 ; Reaume, A., 1,612 ft. spruce, $48.36 ... 

Robert, J., mortar, 120 bu. at 20c ; Roy, A. R, 8 photos, $21 

Robitaille & Picher : P. cement, 5 brls. at $2.50 ; sundry, $80.26 

Pochette, C. : brick, 10,000 at $5, 2,500 at $6 ; cartage, $2.40 

Samson & Filion : cement, 6 kegs at $2.50 ; manilla, 219 lbs. at 15c; sundry, $9.02 

Tierney, W., 55 loads sand, $22 ; Vezina, L., 4 toise stone, $40 

Hardware, &c, $7.15 ; timber, $21 .80 ; labour, &c, $9.05 

King's Printer , 



Total, carried to page V — 3, 



Quebec Military Buildings: New Artillery Workshop. 



Stuart, Wm.: estimate 1 to June 30, 1902, on contract, $26,981. 
King's Printer, $54.44 ; advertising, $213.61 , 

Total, carried to page V — 3 , 



Quebec Military Buildings: New Iron Foundry, inclusive of Installation 
of Electric Light Plant. 

Stuart, Wm. : elevator, according to specifications 

King's Printer, $40.76 ; advertising, $187.51 

Travel of Ottawa officials : Th. Fortier 

Total, carried to page V — 3) 



Quebec Post Office : Renewals, &c. 

Cote Co. : supplies, $25.80 ; labour, A\ d. at $3, 8J at $2.50, 8 \ at $1.50 

Cote, Ed. ($1,456.27)— 

Contract for alterations, &c 

Addition to 2 sets of pigeon-holes 

Repairs to counter, &c, $39.92 ; alterations, repairs to doors, &c, $11.35 

Gauthier, J. & Bro.: plate glass, $10.50 : nickel frame, $15 ; sundry, $3:178 

Lacasse, P. C, repairs to clock, $11.85 ; Laurent, A., brass letter box, $35.50 

Lemieux, Z. , repairs to safe , 

Lepage Door Check Mfg. Co. : checks and springs, 7 at $8, 5 at $9 ; sundry, $5.45 

Paquet, E. : sundry, $76.67 ; labour, 86^ d. at $2, 39^ at $1.60 ." 

Parent, Frs., repairs to floor, $26.33 ; Parent, P., repairs to hot water pipes, $11.33.. , 

Philbert et fils : contract for elevator, $52.75 ; repairs to elevator, $45 

Picard, O., & Son : brackets, 61 at 60c ; key sockets, 55 at 25c; 52 shades, $26.60 ; R. C. wire, 

1,083 ft. at 2c, 179 at 7c; sundry, $128.67; labour. 209A h. at 40c, 3h at 50c, 3 d. at 

$2.50 



Tardival, J. M. 

20c. ••.•••. 

Terreau & Racine : combination lock, labour, &c 

Dry goods, $8.83 ; hardware, $15.94 ; deals, $5 ; smith work, 
Travel of Ottawa officials : A. Gobeil 



labour, $23.45. 



Total, carried to page V— 3. 



$ cts. 
8,267 48 

201 45 

617 30 
40 6u 
75 58 

3,960 00 

675 17 



243 18 


70 85 


285 85 


436 73 


435 00 


114 36 


48 00 


92 76 


67 40 


56 87 


62 60 


38 00 


14 88 


15,803 46 


16,250 00 


268 05 


16,518 05 



1,100 00 

228 27 

35 75 



1,364 02 



73 30 

1,345 00 
60 00 
51 27 
56 28 
47 35 
26 50 
106 45 
312 37 
37 06 
97 75 



332 86 

294 69 
28 50 
60 02 
32 25 

2,962 25 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-S9 



siobcrviil Immigrant Building. 

Godbout, A. ($1,990.89)- 

Contract, $2,375 complete ; less, $1,210 paid in 1900-1, (See page V— 72) 

Platform according to specifications, $71*2 ; laying water pipes, $39.89 

Carbonneau, J. !>.: clerk ol works ($539.15) — 

Services, June 18 to Oct 8, 1901, 113 d. at $3 . 

Travel and outlay 

Contract complete for building stable, $400; less, $250 charged to renewals, &c, Quebec. 

(PageV- ) 

Bernier, B. 8.: stows, 2 at $14.50, 2 at $8.50; sundry, $11.31 

La Oompagnie Electrique dc Koberval : installing electric light 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



Sherbrooke Examining Warehouse: Heating Apparatus, Sec, 



Boucher <fe Son : contract for heating apparatus 

Gurney-Massey Co., Ltd.: hot-water boiler, header as specified, $99.40; freight, $3. 

Fuot, Jean : cartage 

Travel of Ottawa officials : John Cowan 



Votal, carried to page V— 3. 



St. Hyacinthe Public Building: Improvements, &c. 



Montreal Electric Co.: contract supplying and installing tower clock 

.Paquet & Godbout : repairing door, $12 ; sundry, $41.33 ; labour, $23.25. 
Telegrams, $1 . 35 : night watchman, $1 . 87 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



St. Jerome Public Building. 

Filion, Fred.: contract repairs to building 



Vietoriaville Public Building. 

Paquet & Godbout ($1,512)— 

Detailed in 1900-1. (See page V— 73) 

Contract for fittings, $1,100 ; 3 double windows, $12 

Baril, Thos.: clerk of works : services, 3 m, to May 31, 1901, $1G5 ; outlay, $5 

Audet, J., painting, $110 ; Baril, J. L\, painting blinds, &c, $250 

Beaudet, G. : key cupboard, $15 ; office chair, $0 

Chapleau, G. & Sons : safe, $175 ; freight, $3.20 

Croteau, S.: lock, keys, &c, $25.50 ; oak cupboard, $70 ; repairs, $29.50 

Dunn, H.: repairs, $18 ; sodding, $115 

Filion, R. A.: contract attic room, $45 ; Houle, W. C, contract electric bells, &c, $05. . 
Gagnon, A. & Co.: installing electric fixtures, $250; wiring building, 71 outlets at 

repairs, $7 

Gaudet, <).: 1'. 0. plumbing, $25.30 ; Thibault, C, contract for plumbing, $110 

Lambert, L.: fencing, 120 ft. at $1 ; sidewalks, 190 ft. at $1 ; gates, $5 

Kubenstein Bros.: P.O. box fronts, 100 at $1 .43 ; cases and freight, 2.05 

T( wirigny, P. : 11 chairs, $31 . GO ; 2 desks, $50 ; wardrobe, $24 ; sundry, $27 .75 

Woods, .las. W., 2 Dominion flags 

Sign, $2 . 25 ; labour, $2 

Total, carried to page V— 3 

Renewals and Heavy Bepairs : Quebec Buildings: Quebec Generally, 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings maintenance, (Page V — 183) 



Alexandria Reformatory. 

Bourque, Jos., balance of arbitrator's award 



l-7iv 



$ cts. 



,105 00 
831 8!) 

33!) (Hi 
50 15 

150 00 
57 31 

37 00 



2,030 35 



800 00 

103 28 

5 75 

25 75 



934 78 



777 80 

76 58 

3 22 


857 60 



1,775 00 



400 00 

1,112 00 

170 00 

300 00 

24 00 
178 20 
125 00 
133 00 
110 00 

470 00 
]35 30 
321 00 
231 45 
133 35 

25 25 
4 25 



3,932 80 


11,988 85 


174 02 



V-100 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 190 j -1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Urockvillc Drill Hall. 

Booth, D. S. ($30,649.90)— 

Contract §42,290 complete ; less $17,980 paid in 1900-01. (See page V— 73) 

Contract for heating 

Extra work : 300 ft. tile drain, $45 ; filling and levelling ground, $1,200 ; extra founda 
tion, $2,396 ... 

Fence, 121 ft. at $1.20 ; granolithic, 4,926 ft. at 20c; sundry, $12.50 

Mix, J. S., clerk of works ($229.20)- 

Services, July 1-Sept. 13, 1901, 75 d. at $3 

Outlay 

Purvis, R.. clerk of works ($877.20)— 

Services, Sept. 14, 1901-June 30, 1902, 290 d. at $3 , 

Outlav 

Buchanan & Sheridan : bookcases, 3 at $15, 1 at $30; chairs, 6 at $4.50, 18 at $3.50, 36 at 

90c, 75 at 60c; desks and chairs, 3 at $32.50; roll top desks, 2 at $25; hall racks, 2 at 

$16 ; lounges, 2 at $25, 1 at $30 : moulding, $8 ; overmantles, 2 at $25 ; sideboard, $40 ; 

tables, 2 at $8.50, 1 at $9, 2 at $12, 1 at $15 

Dobbie, A. G. & Co.: material and work installing electric light, $820; stepladder, $10 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: 2 Buffalo boilers, $336 ; twin connections, $70 ; freight, $16.33 

Lewis & Patterson : 2 prs. raw silk covers, $15 ; 11 prs. raw silk cartains, $78 ; rugs, 2 at 

$7.50, 1 at $35, 1 at $36.50. 2 at $38.50, 1 at $56.50 ; 47 window shades, $53.75 ; table, 

$14.50; sundry, $50.75 

Mui ray & Son : photos 

King's' Printer, $24.06; advertising, $146.26 

Total carried to page V — 3 .... 



Clinton Post Office and Public Building. 

Potter, F. A., Potter, D. and Moore T., executors estate of late Ann Moore, purchase of site 

Wtatherald, T., surveying, &c 

King's Printer, $69.08 ; advertising, $152.89 

Travel of Ottawa officials : L. F. Taylor, advance ch. 960 

Legal expenses, Jas. Scott 

Total carried to page V — 3 



Deseronto Public Building. 

Sheehy, R.: est. No. 9 to July 23, 1902, on $25,687 contract, $18,170 ; less $1,260 charged to 

1 Q09-3 



1902- 



Dalton, J., clerk of works ($1,086.40)— 
Services, 12 m. to June 30, 1902. . . . 
Outlay 

King's Printer, $89.01 ; advertising, $8. 

Total carried to page V — 3 



Fort William Public Buildin; 



McKellar, P., plan and report of site . . . 
King's Printer, $57.79; advertising, $23. 

Total carried to page V — 3 



Hamilton Public Building : Improvements. 

Carpenter, F. A. & Co. : Lepage door checks, 4 at $7, 2 at $8 ; repairs, $2.50 

Electric Supply Co., supplies, &c, $35.82 ; Findlay, J., repairing roof, $50 

Hamilton Electric Light and Cataract Power Co.: shades supplied, &c 

Mathews, J. E. : contract painting, varnishing, &c, §1,621.50; extra coat of paint on walls, 
$75 



Office Specialty Mfg. Co. : bunk rack, $193 ; bag rack, $495 

Reid, W. J.: screen and stamp counter, $148; repairs, &c, $79.26. 

Ross Bros.', glass, &c, $18.40 ; Wilson, .1., repairs, $13 

Freight, $8 . 33 ; pinion for elevator, $4 ; repairs, $2 . 25 

Total carried to page V— 3 , 



cts. 



24,310 00 
1,556 00 

3,641 00 
1,142 90 

225 00 
4 20 

870 00 
7 20 



664 90 
830 00 
422 33 



432 00 

18 00 

170 32 



34,293 85 



2,500 00 

31 80 

221 97 

25 00 

34 00 


2,812 77 



16,910 00 

1,083 00 

3 40 

97 01 

18.093 41 



15 00 
81 59 



96 59 



4G 50 


85 82 


88 00 


696 50 


688 00 


227 26 


31 40 


14 58 



2,878 06 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-101 



Ingcrsoll Public Building;. 

Carroll, R., & McKnight, J. H.: constructing drain, 1441.09; sundry, $26 

Buchanan, J. & Son, repairs, $10.30 ; Byrns, H., wall paper, flfcc., $29 81 

( Shanibers, T. : repairs to roof, $25 ; putting on storm doors, $1 

Ellis, J. K, & Co., contract tower clock and bell 

Forman, W. C, linoleum, $17.75 ; Ingersoll Elec. P. & L. Co., supplies, &c, $12.70 

Nagle & Gamsby : remodelling stamp vendor's office, $30 ; winter porch, $80 ; new wicket, 

&c, $38 

Purely, Mansell <fc Co.: Buffalo boiler, $240; twin connections, $60; freight and express, 

$31.56 ; 69 ft. mineral wool covering, $21.33; board, man and help, $22 ; sundry, $122.44 ; 

labour, 54 h. at 60c, 238 at 50c. ; less $270 paid in 1000-1, see page V— 73 

Calendar regulator, $6 ; blinds, $3.25 ; bunting, $1.80 ; brooms, &c.,$3.25: door springs, &c, 

$6.85 ; gas service, $6 ; repairs, $6.40 ; window shades, $9 . ... 

Total, carried to page V — 3 

Kingston Post Office : Repairs, <V < . 

Ellis, A., clerk of works : services, 172 h. at 60c; commission at 1\ p. c, $11.44 

Belanger, H., painting outbuildings, &c, 523 yds. at 12c 

Carnovsky Wood Mfg. Co., putting up and taking down storm doors, repairs 

Elliott Bros., gasfitting, &c, $21.55 ; Robinson, N. J., mantles, &c, $29.05 

Hall, D.: taking out old gas pipes and putting in new, $100 ; sundry, $42.29 

Kingston Lt., H. & P. Co., on account cf wiring , 

Mitchell, J. E., cleaning privy vaults, &c 

Oldfin, J. W.: Kern burners, 30 at $2.25, 1 at $1.50 ; Kern mantles, 22 at 40c ; sundry, $2.43 
Robinson Bros.: graining and varnishing, 430 sq. yds. at 12c; painting, 682 sq. yds. at 12c 

washing off and kalsomining walls, 2,255 sq. yds. at 6c; sundry, $9.50 

Savage, W. J., painting outside 

Sullivan, M. : removing old floor and laying new, $31.80 ; sundry, $3.10 

Toronto Auer Light Co. : purchase of 26 rented lamps, $19.50 ; cylinders, $1.50 

Blind, $2.50 ; coal oil, &c, $1.25 , 



$ cts. 

467 09 

40 11 

26 00 

1,283 oo 

30 45 

148 00 



378 73 
42 55 



2,415 93 



Total, carried to page V — 3 



Kingston Royal Military College : Additional Ruildings, &c. 

Sullivan & Langdon ($17,074.80)— 

Contract, $12,923 hospital building complete ; less $4,400 paid in 1900-1, see page V— 74. 

Contract, heating apparatus in hospital 

Extra work: tile drain, $318 ; additional height of basement, $243.80. , , , .. : , 

Contract, gymnasium, Est. No. 1, to June 30, 1902 ." 

Ellis, A., supt. architect and clerk of works ($895.80) — 

Services, June, 1901, 30 d. at $2.50; July 1-Nov., 1901, and June, 1902, 153 d. at $3 ; 8 m 
to June 30, 1902, at $45 , 

Services, 3 h. at 60c 

Brock & Halliday, wiring and fixtures complete 

Ives, H. R., & Co. : Buffalo boiler, $95.20 ; headers, $11 ; freight, $5.23 

Johnson, Win., executor estate of : voucher out 

McKelvey & Birch, connecting water main with hospital. 

Robinson Bros., glass, paint, &c 

Photos 

King's Printer, $142.13 ; advertising, $241.25 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



London Custom House : Improvements, &c. 



Jeffrey, W. : supplies and repairs, $52.57 ; labour, 249i h. at 33c 

Mel hide, H. C, architect superintending work, 7h p. c on accounts 

Medham, C. F.: brass couplings, 6 at $3.50 ; gate"" valves, 6 at $9 ; iron pipe, 100 ft. 2 in. at 

'25c; sundry, $25 ; labour, 10 d. at $3.00 

Nutkins, J. : cement floor, 1,115 ft. at 20c ; sundry, $6.61 

Pace & Fitzgerald : painting, &c, 514 yds. at 10c, 32 at 13c, 967 at 16c, 189 at 20c, 205 at 

25c, 6 at 40c, 17 at 50c; washing storm sash, 36 h. at 30c; wall paper, 93 rolls at 25c, 

79 yds. at 7c; sundry, $75.90 

Partridge, T.: 2 low down w. c's complete, 1 at $30, 1 at $31 ; sundry, $92.67 ; labour, 197 h. 

at 40c 

Partridge, T. L.: 1-3 lt. pendant, 5-2 lt. pendants, $56.65; 1 low clown w. c, $28; sundry, 

$44.71 ; labour, 74 h. at 40c 

Purdom, J., taking down and putting up storm doors, &c 

Bcreton, A., & Co.: linoleum, 113J yds. at $1.10 ; sundry, $10 



Carried forward. 



114 64 
62 76 
48 65 
51 20 
142 29 
100 00 
69 30 
80 23 

278 24 

95 00 

34 90 

21 00 

3 75 



1,101 96 



8,523 00 


600 00 


561 80 


7,390 00 


894 00 


1 80 


300 00 


111 43 


75 00 


98 72 


35 65 


8 00 


383 38 


18,982 78 


134 91 


175 18 


161 00 


229 61 


428 71 


232 47 


158 96 


25 10 


134 85 


1,080 79 



V-102 



AUDITOR GEXERAUS REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



London Custom House : Improvements, &c. — Concluded 

Brought forward 

Stevely, Wra., & Son, on account of work done 

Water Commissioners, fire protection service 

Scrubbing, 12 d. at $1.25 ; repairs to flag, &c, $10 . 

Total, carried to page V— 4 , 



London Drill Hall and Armoury. 

Purchase of site : B. Caravella, $3,000 ; H. E. Crouch, $5,000 ; H. J. Durkin, $1,4G2 ; D. 

Fraser, $3,000 ; J. Howe, $1,838 

Hayes, G. .W. : taxes, $16.80 ; McBride, H. C, making valuation, &c, $15 

Jones, J. W. : commission on sale of old buildings 

Advertising 

Legal expenses : Talbot Macbeth 



Less selling price of old buildings. 
Total carried to page V— 4 



London Post Office : Improvements, &c. 

City Gas Co. of London : swing brackets, 43 at $1 ; chandeliers, 5 at $10 ; Humphrey lamps, 
2 at $11 ; 3 at $15; reading lamps, 52 at $1.50; mantles, 25 at 50c. ; sundry, $3.05; 
labour, 80 h. at 25c 

Ferguson, J., & Sons : 2 office chairs 

Hunt, F. C. : caulking lead, 200 lbs. at 5c. ; 2 wash basins, complete, $36 ; 1 low down closet, 
$28; 3 embossed closets, with patent flush, &c, $123.50; porcelain enam. lavatory, 
$40.30; steam coil, $27; 5 radiators, $90; 3 marble platforms, $27.30; 40 ft. soil pine, 
$12.80; solder, 35 ibs. at 30c. ; 470 ft. iron pipe, $88.70 ; 115" asst. tees and elbows, $23 ; 
sundry, $322.95 ; labour, 40 h. at 30c, 93SA at 40c 

Jeffrey, Wm. : castors, 8 sets at $2; 2 doors and frames, $24; sundry, $16.28 ; labour, 133 h. 



at 33c. 



Lewis, R. : contract, $575 complete ; less $517.50 paid in 1900-01 {see page V — 74) and $20, 
difference of cost between prismatic and Luxfer glass 

London Flee. Co. : supplies? $25.10 ; labour, $9.90. 

London Water Commissioners : 2" fire protection service, material, $21.53 ; labour, $18 

Moran & Ridge : brick, 8,000 at $8 ; brushes, scaffolding, &c, $31.70 ; Portland cement, 12 
brls. at $2.80; cement floor, 1,070 ft. at 15c; excavating, 33 yds. at 60c; teaming, 34 loads 
at 50c ; tiling main lobby, 400 ft. at 95c, ; sundry, $56.42 l . labour, 626 h. at 30c, 885 h. 



at 45c. 



Murray, Bros. & Co. : P. cement, 5^ brls. at $2.75; sundry, $16.75 ; labour, 144 h. at 25c, 201 
at 40c 

McBride, H. G, services as local superintendent : 7^% on $3,216.47 ; H% on $8,000. .....'..'. 

Needham, C. F. : sundry plumbing, $30.87 ; putting in stand pipe, 100 ft. pipe, $25, 5 gate 
valves, at $9, 5 special brass nipples at $3.50 ; sundry, $27 90 ; labour, 11 d. at $3.60 

Nobbs, J., & Sons : 35 cu. ft. stone, $30 ; cement, $2 ; labour, 52 h. at 25c, 100 at 45c 

Pace & Fitzgerald : bronzing 20 radiators, $30.50 ; wall paper, 108 rolls at 25c, 74 yds. at 7c, 
28 yds. at 12|e. ; labour, painting, &c, 178 yds. at 10c, 179 at 12c, 279 at 20c, 54 h. at 
30c ; glass, &c, $52.61 " ' 

Screaton, A., & Co. : carpet, 36 yds. at $1.40; flags, 2 at $18; window and skylight shades, 
4 at $2.50, 1 at $4, 2 at fb; sundry, $8.88 

Stevely, Wm. & Son. : eavestiough put up, 162 ft. at 15c ; galv. iron roof placed, 21f sq. yds. 
at $8 ; galv. iron flashing placed, 257 ft. at 10c ; lining gutter with galv. iron, 3" girth, 
132 ft. at 25c. ; metallic steel ceiling, 11| squares at $7.50 ; wood ceiling under same, 11^ 
squares at $4 ; sundry, $30.91 , 

Tytler, Wm. : beaded matching, 525 ft. at 35c. ; 4 beams, $31 ; doors, 2 at $6, 2 at $8, 1 at 
$10 ; door checks, 1 at $7, 1 at $9 ; double shelving, 20 ft. at $1.50 ; dressed lumber, 450 
ft. at 25c. ; flooring, 700 ft. at $33, 350 ft. at $35 ; iron stairs with handrail, $100 ; panel 
set with Luxfer prisms, $49.20 ; 2 sections set with Luxfer prisms, $154 ; 140 ft. mesh ex- 
panded metal, $16 ; wainscoting, &c, 360 ft, at 4c, 220 ft. at 8c ; 104 ft. $17.34 ; sink, 
fittings and 10 h. labour, $19 ; radiator, fittings and labour, $20 ; painting, &c, 60 yds. 
at 20c, 44 yds. at 25c, 24 yds. at 50c ; papering room, $12.95 ; sundry, $279.02 ; labour, 
30 h. at 20c, 8 at 25c, 8 at 35c, 43 at 40c, 7£ at 60c, 270£ at 33c, 305^ at 33£c, 89 d. 
at $3 . . - , 

Repairs to clock, $8.50 ; cartage, $1.50 

Total carried to page V— 4 



$ cts. 

1,680 79 

350 00 
47 59 
25 00 



2,103 38 



14.300 00 

31 80 

52 30 

2 20 

205 71 



14,592 01 
523 00 

14,069 01 



274 15 
19 00 



1,227 45 

100 17 

37 50 
35 00 
39 53 



1,349 07 

148 27 
361 23 

185 87 
90 00 



230 07 
319 28 

420 16 



1,405 10 

10 00 

6,051 85 



PUBBIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EX PEN hiTCHE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-103 



Niagara Falls: Clifton Public Building. 

Carnoehan, W. F.: contract for repairs, 1393.75 ; contract for stamp windows and screen net 

work above wicket in P.O., $241, less #121 charged to Renewals, Out., Page V — 

Cole & McMurray: contract for roof 

Rubenstein Bros.: 4 brass engraved Bign8, $28 ; brass railing, $28 ; sundry, $3 

Worthington, J.: contract painting, so., $810 ; sundry, $5 .... 

Total carried to page V— 4 



I CIS. 



513 75 
115 00 
59 00 

815 00 



Ottawa, major Hill Park : Improvements. 



,60 



Pay-lists detailed with Ottawa Buildings Repairs (page V — 125) 

Can. Atlantic Ry : freight, $27.02; Can. Pac. Ry., freight, &c, $12. G( 

Fairbairn, W. E.: building fence, $425 ; fencing, $250 

Robillard, A.: 12 pes. cut stone, $37.40 ; rubble, 6.J toise at $6 ; shoddy, 5 toise at 
Vai ve, P. : sand 



Total carried to page V — 4 



Ottawa major Hill Park: Plant House. 



Pay-lists detailed with Ottawa Buildings Repairs. (See page V— 125) 

Butterworth & Co: close return bends, 20 at $2.15 ; elbows, 84 at 75c, G4 at 85c. ; gate 

valves, 12 at $11.15; steam pipe, 2,001 ft. 4-in. at 49^c; single pipe chairs, 100 ft. at 35c. 

Charleson, \V. G.: hardware, $1G.21 ; Davis, T. E., cartage, &c, $26.80 

Dupuis, D.: 1,000 ft. flooring, $28; pine, 1,776 ft. at $22, 1,565 ft. 1^-in. at $25; shingles, 9 

M. at $2.25 ; sundry, $34.61 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd.: ($0,893.77)— 

Contract for greenhouse without painting 

Contract for conservatory without painting 

Extra material and labour connecting greenhouse and potting house 

Doors (2) $25 ; 7 head frames, $16 ; sundry, $50.77 

Gingras, J., smith work: $40.31 ; Vaive, P., sand, 67 loads at 75c 

Ives, H. R, & Co.: 2 Buffalo boilers, $518 ; twin connections, $115 1 freight, $31.51 

Ottawa Eire Proof Supply Co. : cement, 12 brls. at $2 . 85 

Owen Sound Portland Cement Co. : cement, 100 brls. at $2 .30 

Robillard, A.: 19 pes. stone, $25.23 ; shoddy, 19 loads at $2 

Freight : C. A. Ry., $20.30 ; Can. Pac. Ry., $11.99 

Smith work: $7.72 ; elec. shades, &c, $5.70 



1,502 75 



751 87 

39 62 

675 00 

114 90 

6 75 



1,588 14 



Total carried to page V — 4. 



Ottawa Post Office : Stone Porch. 



Pay-lists detailed with Ottawa Buildings Repairs (page V— 125) 

Expanded Metal and Fireproofing Co. : expanded metal, 3-in. mesh, 220 sq. ft. at 9c 

Limestone. $6 . 11 ; sand, $1 50 , 



Total carried to page V — 4 . 



Ottawa Post Office : Rewiring for Electric Service. 



Pay-lists detailed with Ottawa Buildings Repairs (page V— 125) 

Marchand, P. E. & Co.: clusters and reflectors, 4 at $3 ; Edison sockets, 190 at 22c; flex, cord, 
1,033 ft. at 2gc ; porcelain tubes, 50 at 21c ; rubber covered wire, 7,000 ft. No. 14 at 
$1.45, 2,110 ft. No. 12 at $2.50, 1,000 ft. No. 8 at $3.90 ; shades, 130 at 45c, 7 at 50c ; 
sundry, $65 .51 

Total carried to page V — 4 . . 



Ottawa Public Buildings, Langevin Block : New boilers. 



Pay-lists detailed with Ottawa Buildings Repairs (page V — 125) 

Lawson, Thos. : boiler front castings, 32 pes., 2,234 lbs. at 4c; heater pipe, offset pipes, &c 

689 lbs. at 4c; manhole rings, covers, &c, 550 lbs. at 4c. ; 7 pilasters, 1,138 lbs. at 4c. 

sundry, $10.88 

McAvity, T. & Sons : marine gland cocks, 2 at $10.20 ; 2 check valves, $3.38 

McCullough, G. W. : fire brick, 2,520 at $29 . 75 ; cartage, $3 . 75 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co. : fire clay, 15 bags at $1 .40 

Powers & Co.: sheet metal, &c, $11 . 18 ; labour, 84 h. at 40c, 84 at 20 



Carried forward. . 



5,191 52 

1,319 70 
43 01 

161 07 

3,000 00 

, 3,750 00 

52 00 

91 77 

90 56 

664 51 
34 20 

230 00 
63 23 
32 29 
13 42 



14,737 28 



897 01 

19 80 

7 61 

924 42 



344 90 



412 61 



(57 51 



588 14 



195 32 
23 78 

78 72 
21 00 
61 58 



968 54 



V-104 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1002 

2-3 EDWARD VI L A. 1903 



Ottawa Public Buildings, Langevin Block: New boilers — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Robertson, Thos. & Co. : N. P. comp. gauge mountings, fitted with Jenkins Globe valve, 2 
sets at $7.85 ; Crosby safety valves, 2 at $14 ; sheet iron, 571 lbs. No. 12 at $2.45, 150 
lbs, No. 10 at $2.40 ; tee iron, 672 lbs. at $2.75 ; sundry, $36.71 

Thompson & Livock : Daniel's P P packing, 41^ lbs. at $1.35 . . 

Victoria Foundry Co.:. plungers and piston rings, 1,028 lbs. at 4c. ; sundry, $25.10; labour, 
44| d. at $4, 3 d. at $2.50 

Total carried to page V— 3 , 

Ottawa Public Buildings : Renovating, Painting, Outside Works, &c. 

Pay-lists detailed with Ottawa Buildings Repairs (Page V — 125) 

Dods, P. D. & Co. : glass, $35.14 ; Howe, Win., glass, $9.25 

Duford, J. B.: glass, $183.32 ; paper, moulding, &c, $46.55 

Horwood, H. & Sons : replacing windows in Lower Eastern Block, $625 ; window in Library. 

$33 ; putty, &c, $1.30 ; labour, 60 h. at 25c, 289£ at40c 

Stephen Bros. : 6 sponges, 1 lb. lamp black 

Total carried to page V — 4 

Ottawa Public Buildings : Steel drawers and roller shelves, &c. 

Auditor General's Office ($232.50). 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: steel drawers, foolscap size, 70 at $2.25 ; 2 sections letter files, $75 

Customs Department ($400). 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co. : Metallic case , 

Finance Department ($4,647.90). 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co. : filing drawers with extensions, 1,154 at $2.95; roller shelves, 
123 at $2.20; 21 steel fireproof doors with Yale locks and steel bases, $633; sliding 
ladders, &c, 6 at $50 ; 4 nickel posts and brackets, $40 

Interior Department ($1,630). 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co. : 40 drawer document cabinets, oak, with base and locking at- 
tachment, for Commissioner Dominion Lands, $135 ; letter filing cabinet with 70 special 
drawers and 9 special trays, $495 ; on account metal shelving, $1,000 

Militia Department ($1,476.05). 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co. : steel document drawers, 289 at $2.95 ; metal roller bookshelves, 
25 at $2.50 ; mela.1 uprights, 36 at $2.25 ; plain shelves, 5 at $2 ; ladder and attachments, 
$50 ; steel base with curtains and Yale locks, $420. . 

North-xoest Mounted Police Office. 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co., ($5,557)— 

Steel cases for rooms, 4, 7, 5, four in all , 

Filing cabinet, oak, with locking attachment. . : 

Special ladders, 6 at $35 

Metal drawers in case, with cornice and base, 474 at $3 . 20 , 

Double metal cabinets, 2, 468 drawers, at $3.20 ; bases, 2 at $95 ; finished panel ends, 2 at 

$25 ; plain panel ends, 2 at $15 

Steel case for books, 12 spaces, cornice and base, panel ends 

Adjustable shelving cabinet, 21 spaces, panel ends 

Metal shelving cabinet, panel ends 

Steel flat drawers (voucher out) ... 

Post Office Department ($6,981). 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. : document cabinet with Acme lock and 800 indexes, $100 ; account 
files, 1,516 at $2.10 ; contract, metallic vault fittings, $2,050 ; detailed in 1900-1, $1,648 
(page V— 100) 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 


96S 54 


116 48 


56 02 


25 L 72 


1,392 76 


5,826 08 


44 39 


229 87 


790 10 


1 35 


6,891 79 



232 50 



490 00 



4,647 90 



1,630 00 



1,476 05 



1,198 00 

42 00 

210 00 

1,516 80 


1,767 60 

90 00 

120 00 

155 00 

457 60 



6,981 00 



21,014 45 






PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITI BE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-105 



Ottawa Public Buildings : Steel drawers and roller shelve*, &c. — Concluded. 

Brought forward , 

Public Works Department ($1,710 55). 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co., ($809.60)— 

Klat document cabinets, 60 draw era, 2 at $180 , . . . 

Metallic document cabinet, 60 drawers 

Steel file drawers, SO at -S3. 20 ; finished panel ends, 2 at $10 

I uctionary stand 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. : metallic vault fittings, as per plans, $1,172; less $270.95 paid in 

L902-3 



Department Secretary of State ($£,876). 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co. ; steel c ise with 36 drawers, curtains, base, sliding doors, $275; 
metal file case, including shelving on top, $1,050; case with adjustable shelving, $250 : 
base with 3 sliding doors, $100 



Total, carried to page V— 4. 



Ottawa Parliament Buildings— Electric Wiring 
Senate Chamber, &c. 



and Luxfer Prisms for 



Fay-lists, detailed with Ottawa Buildings Repairs (Page V — 125) 

Ahearn & Soper : wiring and equipping ceiling and galleries 

Luxfer Prism Co. ($3,328)— 

Contract, 240 panels set with Luxfer prisms 

Ceiling panels, 8, set with Luxfer prisms, electro-glazed 

March and, 1'. £. & Co. : electrical supplies 

Total carried to page V — 4 

Ottawa New Offices for Surveyor General's Branch-Department of 
Interior, Fittings, etc. 

Faylists, detailed with Ottawa Buildings Repairs, (Page V — 125) 

Butterworth & Co. : sheet lead, 960 lbs. at Go. ; sundry, $45 .28 

Curry, J. F. : 15 d. moving furniture, $90 ; extra labour, 30 d. at $1 .25 .... 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co. , metal document drawers, 10i-in., 1,244 at $3.20 ; base, 41 ft. at 

$3 ; backs for cases, $02 ; cornice, 9 ft. at $2 ; metal roller book shelves, 510 at $2.25 ; 

uprights, 270 ft. at $2.50 ; special ladder and fittings, $50 ; sundry $22.50 ; labour, 58 h. 

at 50c , 

Landry, T. : team, 23J d. at $6 ; extra labour, $59 .25 

Lawson, T. : brass connections, 12 at $4 . 25 . 

Marchand, P. E. & Co. : brackets, clusters, &c, 6 at 90c, 2 with shades at $2.25, 1 at $6, 

2 at $0.50, at $7.50, 2 at $8 ; cleat rosettes, 90 at 14c. ; flex, cord, 1,550 ft. at 2c. ; key 

sockets, 150 at 20c. ; shades, 94 at 50c, 41 at 55c ; sundry, $47 .81 

Office Specialty Co. ($7,200)- 

Con tract, metallic littings 

Paid on account docutr ent files 

Freight, $8 . 08 ; moving fin niture, $9 

Total, carried to page V— 4 

Paris Public Building. 

Griffiths, Wm. ($14,038.85)- 

Contract, $10,500, complete ; less $7,780 paid in 1900-1 (Page V— 70) 

Extra work : rubble stonework and excavation, $441 ; changing street letter receiver and 
extra bottom step, $35; budding two vaults, $895; filling old cellar, $35; building 
fence, $80; concrete sidewalks, $92.85 ; finishing joiner work in oii instead of paint" 
$40; raising brickwork of dormer and enlarging sills, ftc, |97 ; excavation for addi- 
tional stone walls, S102 ; properly finishing exam, warehoure windows, $40. . 

Contract interior fittings . 

Extra work : changing drawer fittings, $75 ; dumb waiter, $90 ; roll top desk, carpet and 

rug, $132 ; carpet, blinds, &c, $1 40 ; sundry, $24 

Martel & Langelier, contract I'or plumbing, complete 

McKay, D. C, clerk of works ($1,188.65) 

Services, 12 m. to June 80, 1902, 366 d. at $3 

Outlay : labour, 64 d. at S'l, 20 at $1.25 ; sundry, $4.05 

Cockburn, J. A., photos, $11 ; Cox, A. W., clock, $90 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
21,014 45 



360 00 

105 00 

270 00 

8 50 

901 05 



2,275 00 
25,000 00 



1,593 85 

2,908 00 

3,200 00 

128 00 

180 20 



8,076 05 



1,394 58 
102 88 
127 50 



6,122 80 

200 25 

51 00 



280 86 



4,600 00 

2,000 00 

17 08 



15,490 95 



8,720 00 



1,857 85 
3,000 00 

461 00 
1,200 00 

1,095 00 

93 05' 
41 00 

10,468 50 



V-106 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1002 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Paris Public Building — Concluded. 

Brought forward. , „ 

Evans, T., glass, $40.38 ; Moore, J. J., carting, $1.35 

Gurney-Massey Co.: 2 h. w. boilers, $240.80 ; 2 twin headers and valves, $50 ; freight, $10. C8 

less single header, $4 , 

Lyons Elec. Co., contract electrical equipment 

Municipality of Paris : share of cost of sewer, $31.20 ; share cost of cement walk, $39.75. . . . 

Office Specialty Co. , bag rack 

Rubenstein Bros. : 280 P. O. box fronts, $400.40 ; sundry, $6.67 

King's Printer, $27.37 ; advertising, $153.20 , 

Travel of Ottawa officials : John Cowan 

Total, carried to page V— 4 , , 



Picton Public Building. 

Cameron, Robt. ($6,815.74)— 

Contract building, $13,800 ; contract plumbing, $1,000 ; contract heating apparatus 
$1,895 ; complete ; less $11,680 paid in 1900-1 ( Page V— 76) 

Contract fittings, $2,695, complete ; extra work, $57 ; less $2,292 charged to 1902-3 

Extra work : drainage from roof, $64.70 ; hoisting coat-of-arms, &c, $23.34 ; extra wall, 
_ 356 ft. at 20c; grading, 109 yds. at $1 ; firing furnace, 20 d. at $2.50 ; sundry, $22.50 

Paid on account 

Pulver, P. M., clerk of works, 8 m. to Nov. 30, 1901, 244 d. at $3. 

Allison. C. B. & Co., shades, $12 ; Hyatt, A., moving safe, $40 

Goldie & McCulloch Co. : safe, $310 ; freight and packing, $15.95 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: 2 Buffalo boilers, $336 ; twin connections, $78 ; freight, $28.10 . . 

King's Printer, $1.54 ; advertising, $207.10. . 

Travel of Ottawa official : W. R. Billings, advance, ch 2229 



Total, carried to page V— 4 . 



Prescott Public Buildings : Repairs, &c« 

Baker, Chas ($1,880)— 

Contract plumbing, $2,377 ; less $577 charged to repairs, &c, Ontario 

On account repairs to roof •. 

Steele, J., putting up wire screens , 

Travel of Ottawa officials : John Cowan 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



Rideau Hall: Improvements to Outbuildings* 

Pay-lists, detailed under Rideau Hall Maintenance (see page V— ) 

Boivin, Wilson & Co., glass, 510 panes at 15c 

Bourque, J.: lumber, 1,158 ft. at $20, 5,000 ft. at $25 ; cartage, $2.50 

Butterworth & Co.: Venetian red in oil, 250 lbs. at $6.50 ; white lead, 400 lbs. at $7 ; sundry, 
$30.43 

Dupuis, IX: 500 ft. bead sheeting, $10 ; shingles, 17 M. at $3 ; lumber, 2,540 ft. at $15, 520 at 
$16, 4,574 at $18, 5,006 at $19, 4,000 (2xl2 1-in. clapboards) at $20, 2,242 (6x6, 4x9) 
at 4ic; cartage, $12.93 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd.: lumber, 2,000 ft. 1x8 matched at $16, 1,247 ft. 2x6, &c, at 
$17 ; 2,140 ft. 1-in. matched, &c, at $18 ; 2,169 ft. 2x6, &c, at $19 ; 2,525 ft. matched, 
&c, at $20 ; 1,000 ft. clapboards at $20, 980 ft. flooring and d. 1 side at $26, 756 ft. flooring 
at $28, 500 ft. at $30, 1,000 ft. ^1-in. d. 1 side at $41, 500 ft. cedar at Uc; sundry sills, 
&c, to pattern, $75 ; shingles, 15 M. at $2.75 ; sundry, $84 .36 

Howe, J. G.: paint, 2,682 lbs. at lie; oil, 25 galls, at 95c; sundry, $11.45 

King, R. W. & Co. : hand ventilators, 3 at $15 ; sundry, $16.10 

Kirby, T. S. & Co.: cement, 7 brls. at $2.90 

Robertson, Jas. Co., Ltd.: enam. bath, $55 : soil pipe, $55.35 ; sundry, $16.58 

Robe/tson, Thos. & Co. : return bends, 56 at 35c. ; 2 c. i. Y's at $10 ; w. i. pipes, 252 ft. at 
$7.50 ; iron pipes, 507 ft. at $36 ; sundry, $37 .92 

Freight ■ ~ : 



Total, carried to page V- 



$ cts. 

16,468 50 

41 73 

297 48 

182 00 

70 95 

50 00 

407 07 

180 57 

31 00 

17,729 30 



5,015 00 


460 00 


340 74 


1,000 00 


732 00 


52 00 


325 95 


442 10 


208 64 


25 00 


8,601 43 



1,800 00 

80 00 

100 00 

16 50 

1,996 50 



2,696 73 

76 50 

150 67 

74 68 



G9 



529 19 

330 22 

61 10 

20 30 

126 93 

278 98 
9 43 


4,833 42 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V -107 



St. Thomas Drill Hall and Armoury. 

Green, J. M. & Co. ($26,998)- 

Contract -$29,793 complete; less $3,620 paid in 1900-1 (page V— 77) and $75 for drain 
and levelling included in contract but not performed 

Contract $1,967 for fittings complete ; less $4C7 charged to 1902 3 

Leclero, P., jr.: contract $1,741 heating apparatus complete 

1 )anach, N. U., clerk of works, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, 365 d. at $3 

Acheron, J.., contract electric wiring and fixtures 

Ferguson, F. If., 2 tons coal, $14 ; Ferguson, J. S., photos, $8 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: 2 Buffalo boilers, $ 120 : twin connections, $85 : freight, $38.64 

King's Printer, $10.38 ; advertising, 172.48 

Total, carried to page V— 4 

Sarnia Public Building. 

Proctor, Geo. A., est, No. 13 to June 30, 1902, on $62,500 contract 

Purroues, M. R., clerk of works, 12 in. to June 30, 1902, 365 d. at $3 

Municipality town of Sarnia : local improvement, pavement 

Total, carried to page V— 4 . 

Sault Ste. Marie Public Building. 

Purchase of site : H. Plummer, $700 ; W. H. Plummer, $7,500 

Cozens, Jos., surveying ■ 

Travel of Ottawa official : D. A. Hewitt, advances, ch. 13688 and ch. 21217 

Legal expenses, John McKay . . 

Total, carried to page V— 4 

Strathroy Public Building : Improvements. 

McBeth, Geo. : contract $934 repairs, extra work extending pigeon holes, $35 ; less $669 
charged to renewals and repairs (page V — ) 

Brittain, II. C. ($2,075)— 

Contract strike tower clock , , 

Supplying and installing lights for clock 

King's Printer: $1.43 ; advertising, $3.24 

Travel of Ottawa official : D. A. Hewitt 



Total carried to page V— 4. 



Toronto Custom House and Examining Warehouse : Paving. 

Corporation of City of Toronto : Government's share cost of paving 

Preston, J. : paving alley way, $15 ; paving C. H. yard, $1,567 . . . , 

Travel of Ottawa officials : D. Ewart .. 

Total carried to page V — 4 



Toronto Dominion Buildings : Improvements, Renewals, &c. 

Custom House (883S.98). 

Atkenhead Hardware Co. : cleaning snow and washing windows 

Gardner, A., & Co. : macadam, $12 ; labour, &c, $13.10 

Globe Paint Co., paint, $27.05 ; O'Hearn, J. J., reglazing, $20.97 . . . . 

1 larrison & Lewis, excavating-, 99 h. at 28c 

Meadows, G. B. : wire work partition, 924 ; labour, 50c 

Menziea & Hayes : supplies, $30.01 ; labour, 126j> h. at 50c ... 

Rogers, Chas., & Sons : making wickets, supplying doors for wicket, &c 

Shipway lion, Pell and Wire Mfg. Co., electric repairs 

Smith, J. P., & Sons : 30 ft. counter, $82.50 ; sundry, $11.24 ; carpenter, 120 h. at 35c. . . 
Stock well, S. : repairs to brickwork, iron plate for coal area, &c, $20; sundry, 72c. ; labour. 

20* h. at 50c , 

Wilson, Wm. O, & Co., halyard 

Winson &, Woodley : 2,015 ft. weatherstrip, $77 56; sundry, $51.66; labour, 4304 h. at 35c. 
Inspector of scales, &c, $4.75 ; sweeping chimney, $7.45 ; repairs, $11 .60, labour, 8 h. at 80c 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 



26,09s in) 


900 oO 


1,741 00 


1,095 00 


475 00 


22 00 


543 64 


82 86 


30,957 50 


23,950 00 


1,095 00 


179 92 


25,224 92 


8,200 00 


25 00 


110 00 


60 45 


8,395 45 



300 00 



2,000 00 

75 00 

4 67 

36 55 

2,416 22 


2.547 5S 

1,582 00 

40 10 


4,169 68 



17 70 


25 10 


48 02 


27 72 


21 50 


93 26 


99 50 


14 40 


135 7i 


30 97 


12 00 


27!) 87 


30 20 



838 98 



V-108 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII.. A. 1903 



Toronto Dominion Buildings : Improvements, &c. — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Examining Warehouse ($1,389.74)- 4 

Atkenhead Hardware Co. : cleaning snow and washing windows, $10 : sundry, $10.04 

Fensom Elevator Works : new rope on freight elevator, $20 ; sundry, $3 

Harrison & Lewis : sundry, $7 ; labour, 63 h. at 48c., 63 at 27c. , 

Menzies & Hayes: repairs, $14.45 ; McGee, E., labour, 174 h. at 15c 

Morrison, Jas. : Brass Mfg. Co., supplies * . 

McGregor & Mclntyre : iron stairway, $183 ; 2 iron doors, $76 ; window guard, $16 ; sundry 

Office Specialty Co. : standing desks, 2 at $13.50 ; stools, 4 at $4.25 ; sundry, $8.50. '.'. ,'. 

0'Hearn,_'J. J. : glazing, 450 It. at 10c, 32 at 30c; 15 lights, $15.05; lime white, 290 yds 
at 6c" ; painting, 445 yds. at 20c, 80 at 10c ; sundry, $9.30; labour, 44 h. at 35c. .?«.., 

Smith, J. B., & Sons, repairs 

Wheeler & Bain : covering roof and sides of cable way with painted metallic shingL 
repairs to trough and skylight, $3 . 75 

Wilson, W. C, & Co. : Babbit metal, 56 lbs. at 30c ; 10 sheets india rubber, $10; leather 
belt, $18 ; lining engine, $12 ; iron bars, 651 lbs. at 8c. ; packing, 10 lbs. at 85c ; valves 
1, Jenkins, $11.75, 6 at $2.80 ; packing crank shaft, $7 ; sundry, $75.05 ; labour, 77 h. at 
50c, 75 at 70c, 10 at 75c 

Winson & Woodley : flooring, 790 ft. maple, $31.60; 352 ft. weatherstrip, $15.65; sundry 
$55.77 ; 435^ h. labour, $152.34 



Sundry repairs. 



Inland Revenue ($239.26). 

Menzies & Hayes : sundry, $18 . 55 ; labour, 41 h. at 50c 

Office Specialty Co., vault fittings in wood , 

Wheeler & Bain, galvanized iron chimney cowl placed 

Winsor & Woodley : supplies, $44 . 96 ; labour, 228 h. at 35c 

Cleaning snow, &c, $9.99 ; supplies and repairs, $15.44 , 

General Post Office and Branches ($3,326.65); 

Aitkenhead Hardware Co., cleaning windows, &c , , 

Barber Asphalt Paving Co., pavement, 127 sq. yds. at $1 .65 , 

Beaver Bros. : laths, putty, &c, $38.50 ; labour, 60 h. at 29c, 34 at 30c, 60 at 42c 

Bennett & Wright : portable lamps, 8 at $4 ; reflectors, 28 at 75c; wire, 775 ft. No. 14 at 2|c; 
sundry, $106. 58 ; labour, 218^ h. at 50c 

Forbes Roofing Co., new roof on shed. , 

Grant, A., & Co.: case of 60 pigeon holes, $27.50 ; folding desk, $10.25 ; brass mail and par- 
cel chute, $19 50 ; door check, $10 ; timber for 20 cases pigeon holes, $18.75 ; 3 lights, $15; 
wire cage for cashier's desk, $18; restoring wood work in three branch post offices, $99; 
sundry, $222.75 ; labour, 980 h. at 35c, 15 h., $5.55, 4 h. at 50c 

Harrison & Lewis: draining and brick work : material, $34.44 ; labour, 14 h. at 45c, 112 at 28c 

Holland, G. A., & Son Co., flag, $15.75 ; Hopkins, T., paint, $18.75 

Meadows, G. B.: making 30 baskets, gal v. iron bottoms and corners, $25; 6 coppered wire 
backs, $20 ; wire guard placed, $6 

Menzies & Hayes: 2 radiators, supplied and placed, $95; sundry, $31.53; labour, 25 h. at 
27|c, 30| h. at 40c, 80 h. at 50c . . . 

Mogan, J. W., painting and varnishing 250 post office boxes , 

National Cycle and Automobile Co , repairs 

O'Hearn, J. J., painting and glazing 

Rogers, Chas., & Sons Co. : repairs to 3 grates, $10 ; ash pan, 60c 

Sanderson, Percy & Co.: English vermilion, 36 lbs. at $1; varnish, 4 galls, at $3.50; sun- 
dry, $4.90 , 

Smith, John B. , & Sons : pigeon holes, cases, 4 at $20, 10 at $11 . 50, 6 at $ J . 50, 2 at $6 ; lumber, 
670 ft. roofing at $22, 717 ft. (2 x 4, 2 x 8, &c) at 2c; birch tables, 2 angle at $14, 5 at $8, 2 
at $7, 2 at $4.50 ; sundry, $192.33 ; labour, 15 h. at 20c, 25 at 25c, 1,327 at 35c, 3^ at 
50c, 11 at 60c , 

Toronto Electric Light Co.: material and labour, wiring for clocks, $75; sundry, $9.92 ... 

Wheeler & Bain : new keys, repairs to locks and hinges, $45.80 ; sundry, $70.57. 

Sweeping chimneys, $9.30 ; removing rubbish, $1.08 ; repairs, $14.75; sundry supplies, $10.53. 

Legal expenses, Johnston, Ross & Falconbridge .... 



Post Office, Station B. ($31442). 

Bennett & Wright : additional heating apparatus, $54 ; h. w. boiler and coil, $39 ; wiring 

for additional lights, $19.68 ; labour, 4 h. at 50c 

O'Hearn, J. J. : burlap, &c, $10.50 ; labour, 31 h. at 35c , 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
838 98 



20 04 
23 00 
54 25 
40 55 

18 50 

284 80 
52 50 

208 75 
14 21 

79 75 



326 48 

255 36 
11 55 



39 05 
50 00 
30 00 
124 78 
25 43 



20 20 

209 55 

91 30 


288 21 
19 07 


791 30 
72 10 
34 50 


51 00 


185 61 

112 50 

38 95 

36 45 

10 60 



54 90 



1,058 46 

84 92 

116 37 

35 66 

15 00 



114 68 
21 35 

5,960 66 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-109 



Toronto Dominion Buildings I Improvements, Sec— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Post Office, Station. B.— Concluded. 

Smith, J. B. & Sons : removing screen and replacing same, putting up new screen, table with 
cash drawers, removing pigeon holes and replacing same, removing receivers and replacing 
same, $12] ; sundry, $17.34; labour, 98 h. at 35c 

Labour, &c , i 



$ cts. 
5.9G0 GO 



Post Office, Union Station ($327.56). 

Bennett & Wright : putting in 1-7 loop radiator, $54 ; sundry, $18.09. 

Fensom Elevator Works : intermediate gear placed, &c , 

Fleury's, J., Sons : special letter box 

Grant, A. & Co.: lumber, labour, &c 

Hemming, E. : repairing trucks . . 

Smith, J. B. & Sons : supplies, $12.33 ; labour, $21.70 

Painting letter box 



Receiver General's Office. 
Hopkins, T. N. : sweeping chimneys 

Generally ($1,030). 

Curry, S. G. : on account professional services 

Travel of Ottawa officials : L. E. Taylor, advance ch. 21305. 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



Toronto Post Office : Building for Branch Office in West End of City, Site, &c*« 

Land Security Co. of Toronto. : site 

Brown & Lowe : est . No. 1 on contract, $23,925 , 

King's Printer, $34.79 ; advertising, $181.06 

Legal expenses : Thos. Reid 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



Toronto Junction : Public Building. 



Real Estate Loan Co. : site 

Travel of Ottawa official : A.. L. Ogilvie. 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



172 64 


5 75 


72 09 


16 55 


125 00 


59 99 


16 40 


34 03 


3 50 



Windsor Brill Hall. 

Sullivan & Langdon ($36,853.50)— 

Contract, $49,633, complete ; less $13,730 paid in 1900-01 (See page V--79) 

Extra work : altering floor, $858 ; steel beams, $50 ; weeping tiles, $17.50 ; additional 30 

ft. drain, $25 

Piggott, J. & Sons: contract, $2,300, for fittings complete; cutting down 2 doors and 

frames, $5 

Martel & Langelier : contract, heating apparatus, complete 

Smith, Chas., clerk of works, 3 mos. to Sept. 30, 1901, 92 d. at $3 

Steen, H. H., clerk of works, 9 mos. to June 21, 1901, 231 d. at $3 

Smith, P., fireman, 4£ mos. to May 30, 1902, at $50 

Drake, J. W., Eurniture Co.: 4 tables. $4L50; 12chairs, $40; desk, $17; sundry, $26.50 

Gurney-Massey Co.: 2 h. w. boilers, $198 80 ; twin heaters, $50 : freight, $12.52 

McLean, A. N. &Co.: case, $45; double desk, $35; single desk, $10; 39 window screens, 

$54.60; fixing doors, $8.75 

Pennington and Brian : contract, tile drain, $115; changing coils, $33; enlarging trenches 

and excavating for h. w. pipe-;, $35 ... 

People's Electric Co. : contract, wiring and installing electric lights, $750; extra lights, •<> 1 

Sewell, G. W.: granolithic walks, 5,550 ft. at 20c 

Williamson, V.: picture moulding, <fcc, $13.50 ; labour, $21.38 

Door check, $6.50 ; photos, $7 ; window shades, $9 

King's Printer, $15.96; advertising, $413.46 

Travel of Ottawa officials : John Cowan 



Total, carried to page V — 4 . 



3 10 



1,000 00 
30 00 

7,499 71 



6,000 00 

6,660 00 

215 85 

150 10 

13,025 95 



4,500 00 
31 60 

4,531 60 



35,903 00 


950 50 


2,305 00 


1,490 00 


276 00 


693 00 


216 66 


125 00 


261 32 


153 35 


183 00 


804 00 


1,111 80 


34 88 


22 50 


429 42 


105 05 


45,064 48 



V-110 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1001-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Windsor Public Building : Additions: &c, to P. O , fittings and general 

repairs to building. 

Jacques, E. ($1,512) - 

Contract alterations, paid on account . 

Letter slide , 

Donaldson, W. C. ($1,168)— 

Contract painting and decorating. ... . . 

Kalsomining 2 rooms 

Lassaline Bros. : roll top desk .$25 ; sundry $7 . 75 

LePage Door Check Mfg. Co. : 2 door checks and springs 

McLane, J., Milford, N.H.: 714 No. 2 and 114 No. 4 keyless boxes $1,713, exchange $1.72. . 

Office Specialty Co. : bag rack 

People's Electric Co. : installing electric light 

Pennington & Brian : globe valves, &c 

Freight : Windsor Truck Co. $13.65 ; G. T. Ry. System $6.17. 

Total, carried to page V— 4 



Woodstock Public Buildings. 

Desrivieres, J. A. ($12,594.90)— 

Contract $31,790 complete, extra storey $2,700, extra work $182.40; less $9,600 paid m 
1899-1900 (See page V— 91) and $18,320 paid in 1900-01 (See page V— 79) 

Contract $2,750 heating apparatus complete ; less $1,800 paid in 1900-01 (See page V — 79) 

Contract $4,900 fittings complete, bell for dumb waiter $4.50; less $12 retained until 

broken panes replaced, and wire screen put in position 

White, Alex., clerk of works $($1,817.86)— 

Services, 11 m. to May 31 1902 at $100 

Outlay: duty on boxes and drawers from Milford, N.H., $366.30; lumber for shelvin 

&'c, $45.90 ; sundry, $181.86 ; carpenter, 619 h. at 20c. . . 

Adams, G.: tile drain, 84 ft. at 30c; sundry $39.19 

Gurney Foundry Co. : supplies for twin boilers 

Hamilton, J.; 200 ft. hose $30 ; sundry $21.15 . , 

Lee, John : contract electric fixtures $257 ; 7-2 It. fixtures with shades, &c, $50 ; 25 canopies 

$18.75 ; 18 ft. extra length for fixtures $7 . 20 ; 4£ doz. shades $10.62 

McLane, J. : 9 nests D. C. keyless lock boxes 

Office Specialty Co. : bag rack 

Rubenstein Bros. : 6 engraved plates $36 ; express, &c„ 50c 

Schofield, C: sundry repairs, &c 

Shedden, D. & Son : chairs, 10 at $2, 11 at $2.50, 3 revolving at $9.70 ; desks, 1 at $30, 2 at 

$46.65; sundry $71.45 ... 

Silica Barytic Stone Co. : cement walk, 3,057 ft. at 10|c ... 

White, John & Co.: Wilton carpet made and laid, $53.96; carpet, 65^ yds. Wilton at $1.35; 

linoleum, 106^ yds. at $1.25 ; matting, 45 yds. at 65c; 16 mats $42.10 ; rubber covers, 54 

at 82c; 1 rug $20 ; shades, 9 at 90c, 8 at $1.10, 23 at $1 .20, 8 at $1.25, 4 at $1.35, 13 at 

$1.50, 12 at $1.60; sundry $42.83 

Whitney Bros.: lavatory $27 ; gas contract to janitor's kitchen $15 ; sundry, $27.57 , 

Wilson, J. L., clock.. 

Brooms, brushes, soap dishes, &c 

King's Printer 

Travel of Ottawa officials : J. B. Lamb , 



$ cts. 



1,500 00 


12 00 


1,143 00 


25 00 


32 75 


16 00 


1,714 72 


375 00 


100 00 


15 00 


19 82 


4.953 29 



6,752 40 
950 00 

4,892 50 

1,100 00 



Total, carried to page V— 4. 



Renewals and Heavy Repairs: Buildings: Ontario Generally. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings maintenance (P<ige V— 183) 

H Ottawa tt repairs ( n V— ) 



Total, carried to page V— 3 . 



Brandon Public Buildin; 



Brown & Mitchell, contract fire protection 

Carruthers, J. J., plastering and repairs 

Forbes, J. : contract repairs, $460 ; enlarging P. M.'s office, $46 

Johnson & Co.: covering roof with carbon roofing, $247.70 ; sundry, $4.50 

Miller, F. M.: altering heating, $340 ; sundry, $22.43 

Schmidt & Co., making brass name plates 

Thomas & Co.: repairs to furnace, material, $21 ; labour, $24. 

Tomlin, J. H.: kalsomining and painting, $270; paint, &c, $12.40; labour, $17.68. 

Brass numbers, $5 .50 ; cleaning office, $5 

Cyr, J. E., clerk ol works, travel and outlay 

Total, carried to page V— 4 . . . , 



717 86 
64 39 
41 51 
51 15 


343 57 
1,221 00 

110 00 
36 50 
76 44 


271 35 
320 98 


552 26 
69 57 
35 00 
16 67 
15 57 
63 00 



17,701 72 



11,760 34 
53 25 

11,813 59 



145 00 


200 00 


506 00 


252 20 


362 43 


12 00 


45 00 


300 08 


10 50 


60 40 



1,893 61 



PJ'IUJC WORKS DEPARTMHXT : i:.\ I'I'X DTTURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-lll 



Winnipeg Dominion Public Buildings: Asphalt Pavement. 

City of Winnipeg : local improvements, macadam pavement, $116.39; boulevard, $27.70. 



Winnipeg Immigrant Building: Hospital. 

Anderson & Thomas : supplies, $7 ; labour, $6.40 

Baxter & Son : supplies, $15.50; labour, 4U h. at 60c 

Brydon, Wm. & Co.: contract stairs, $165; taking old lead off stairs and reloading same, 
795 lbs. lead at 10c; nails, 45c., labour, $11.20; new sidewalk, $10; putting in new- 
locks, overhauling old, &c., 123.11; lengthening 26 dormitory doors, $31.12; fixing 
sash, shelving, $13.50 ; repairs in office, $19.69 ; sundry, $12.81 

Cotter Bros.: repairing range, $40 ; grate bars, 20 at $1; sundry, $6.95 ; plumbing, &c, 50 
h. at 60c 

Leslie, John, table, 4 Yale locks. 

Macdonald, Wm,: contract wiring, $96 ; extra, wiring and installing 10 lights at $3 ; 52 new 
lamps at 25c. ; 4 lock switches at $2 . 50 

Talbot, W. R. & Co.: contract, plastering and kalsomining, $89.65; alabastine on walls and 
ceiling, $275 ; glass, $15.10 

Tuck & Senez : contract repairs to basement ceiling, $134 ; sundry, $39.43 

Vulcan Iron Co., smithwork, &c 

King's Printer, $20.31 ; advertising, $188.62 

Legal expenses, T. G. Mathers , 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



Winnipeg Post Office : New Plumbing, &c. 



Aitken, D. D. & Son : hoisting safe, $25 ; sundry, $6.60 

Anderson <fe Thomas, hardware, $60.55 ; Ashdown, J. H., hardware, $22.70 ... 

Brown & Rutherford : taking off storm sash and putting on and repairing blinds, 85 h. at 

35c; 2 primary sortation cases, $54 ; 2 letter sortation cases, $97 ; 6 double letter carriers 

desks, $261 ; forward registered letter department changes, $115 ; vault changes, $47 ; 

city newspaper sortation rack, $32; new floor in porch, $31; letter bill case, $29; 

boxes for newspaper publishers, $17 ; re-flooring toilet room and building partition, $35 

sundry, $8.90 

Brydon, Wm. & Co.: altering letter boxes, $15; building vault, shelving, &c, $44.60; glass 

partition, $164 ; 2 sets locks, $38 ; sundry, $53.21 ; labour, 242^ h. at 35c 

Cotter Bros.: repairs to boiler, $390 ; supplies, &c, $132 74 ; labour, 95 h. at 25c, 44^ at 50c 

388 at 60c, 8 at 70c, 70^ at 80c 

Dargie. R., splicing wire 

Davies, Owen & Son: painting outside of building, $94.50; taking out glass in skylight, 



$ cts. 
144 09 



13 40 
40 42 



366 38 



96 95 

22 00 


149 00 


379 75 
173 43 

15 12 
208 93 

30 45 



$14.50. 



Electric Supply Mfg. Co. & Macdonald Bros. : contract installing 3 telephones, $38 ; sup- 
plies, $15 . 85 ; labour, 39^ h. at 50c 

Halyburton, Wm. : timber, &c, $15. 15 ; labour. 40 h. at 35c 

Ives, H. R. & Co. : 80 sheets zinc, 1,280 lbs. at 6^c 

LePage Door Check Mfg. Co.: checks and springs, 3 at $8, 2 at $7 ; sundry, $3.60 

McDiarmid, J. & J., repairs, $20.80 ; Ross, H., belting, &c, $14.05 

Payne, Jas. A.: paint, &c, $26.80 ; labour, 116 h. at 35c. 

Schmidt & Co.: repairs, roofing, wire door, &c, $164; repairs to locks, &c, $14.55; sundry, 
114 125 

Tack & Senez, repair s to plaster, kalsomining 

Valcan Iron Co., smithwork 

Winnipeg Machinery & Supply Co.: 30 h.p. Laurie heater, $100; duplex pump, $65; time 
and material, $50 ; sundry, $13.71 

Supplies, $11.35 ; labour, $15.40 

King's Printer, $16.70 ; advertising, $93.92 

Total carried to page V— 4 , . 



Renewals and Heavy Repairs: Buildings: Manitoba Generally. 

Detailed with Dominion buildings maintenance , (Page V — 183) 

Battlcford Registry Office. 

Arcand, D.: carriage and wood shed, $194.50 ; water closet, $25 ; 300 ft. fencing, $90 ; paint- 
ing, 516 ft. fence, $35 ; levelling ground, $18 



1,495 83 



31 60 
83 25 



756 65 
399 69 



863 54 
10 00 


109 00 


73 60 

29 15 
83 20 
41 60 
34 85 
67 40 


192 80 
97 00 
36 65 


228 71 

26 75 

110 62 



3,276 06 



1,501 77 



362 50 



V-112 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Calgary Court House : Furniture, &c. 



Calgary Furniture Store, oak chairs, 36 at $1 . 90 

Glanville & Robertson : linoleum, felt paper and laying, 132 yds. at $1.25 ; stair carpet, pads 

and laying, $15 

Holbrook & Mollington : carving 1 Royal coat of arms, $85 ; express and packing, $12.80 

Kirkpatrick, T. E.: earth, 123 loads at $1 ; manure, 26 loads at 75c; gravel, 16 loads at 75c; 

labour grading, 28 d. at $2 ; man and team, 4 d. at $3 

McNeill, J. C, repairs, etc 



Total, carried to page V— 4. 



Carnduff Court House. 



Canadian Pacific Railway, site . . 

Harrington, T. M. & Co.: estimate No. 3 to July 1, 1902, on contract, $5,238.46. 

Taylor, J. H., clerk of works, services, Apl. and June 

King's Printer, $23.96 ; advertising, $312.82 , 

Legal expenses, Levi Thomson 

Total, carried to page V— 4 



N.W.T. Court House, Lock-up and Police Accommodation. 

Calgary ($283.79). 

Calgary Water Power Co.: 4 3 It. chandeliers, $32 ; sundry, $24 

Glanville & Robertson : red rep, 10 yds. at $1 . 50 ; making, $1 . 20 

Kirkpatrick, T. E.: earth, gravel and manure, 155 yds. at 75c; trees, 90 at 30c 

MacDonald, J. T.: grass and clover seed, 90| lbs. at 40c; flower seed, $2.40 

McBride, A. & Co.: repairing trough and roof, $17.50 ; paint, &c, $1.50 

Hardware, $8.74 ; sundry, $2. 

Maclcod. 

Grady, A. F., repairing window , 

Medicine Hat ($353.25). 

Painting fence, hrs. at 20c : P. Adams, 35 ; J. Fry, 14 ; J. Hare, 52J 

Mclnnis, W. E., 265 ft. picket fence 

Williamson & Rae, plumbing 

Paint, $7.20 ; hauling earth and filling in, $5.50 ; sundry, $3.50 

Moose Jaw. 
Sutherland, Jas., castings, &c 

Moosomin ($68.75). 

Millar & Co., hardware and repairs 

Sims, G. : pumping water out of basement, 139 h. at 20c. ; labour, $3 

Woods, Jas. W, Dominion flag 

Glass, putty, &c - 

Prince Albert. 

Bell Telephone Co., 6 m. service to June 1 , 1902 ; 

Regina ($58.35). 

Meyers, J. : 68 loads manure, $26 . 15 ; ploughing, &c, $15 

Young, J., labour, 68 h. at 15c 

Drawing mould, harrowing, &c : , 5 

Woheley (¥99.85). 

Barber, B., flag pole erected , 

Gillespie, J. : flooring, 450 ft. at $35 ; sundry, $8.75 

Luxton, A.-, preparing ground for trees 

Glass, &c, $3.50; ice, $5; trees, &c, $6.10; repairs, &c, $5.75 

Total carried to page V— 4 , 



$ cts. 

68 40 

180 00 
97 80 

222 50 
2 55 

571 25 



396 00 

2,750 00 

180 00 

336 78 

22 14 

3,684 92 



56 00 
16 20 
143 25 
38 60 
19 00 
10 74 



1 75 



20 30 

260 00 

56 75 

16 20 



13 12 



14 25 

30 80 

20 20 

3 50 



30 50 



41 15 

10 20 

7 00 


45 00 
24 50 
10 00 
20 35 



909 36 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-113 



Edmonton (Stratlacona) Immigrant Building. 



Manson, R. J., balance due on final estimate (see page V — 81, 1900-1 ) 

Blowey, J. T. : springs, 8 clipper at $8.50, 4 at $3.75, 4 Dominion at $5.25 

Cameron, A. & A., removing immigration building to new site, also building new kitchen 

and repairing building 

Cushing Bros. : benches, 12 at 90c, 12 at $1 ; tables, 2 at $10, 2 at $12 ; sundry, $9.02 

Dietz, Win. : large sign, $30 ; 10 bunk frames, $20 ; table, $8 

Edmonton Tent and Mattress Factory : 2 Pom. ensigns, $25 ; 2 sets halyards, $2.50 

Littlefair, Win., sinking well, $20.85 ; Little <fe Co., brick, $20 

McLean & Co., glass and putty 

Ross Bros. : 2 pumps witli 30-ft. pipe, $43; range, $47.50; 2 No. 23 Riverside Oaks, $38; 

sundry hardware, $33 .GO 

Stovel, Jas. A. : range, $52 ; heater, $20 

Strathcona Furniture Store, G tables at $3 . 25 

Making table 



Total, carried to page V— 4. 



Edmonton Court House and Jail. 

Purchase of site: D. McDougall, $1,450; K. McDonald, $9,309; less $4,809 charged to 



1902-3 



Macdor.ald, C. de W., legal services. 
Total, carried to page V — 4 



Letlibridge Immigration Building. 



Pipes, Brown, est. No. 3 to May 26, 1902 

Raley, C, clerk of works, services, 9m. to June 30, 1902, at $35 

Brodie & Stafford: 8 iron bed springs, $G1 ; roll-top desk, $28.50; force pump, $15.50; 2 

stoves, $45 ; sundry, $29 .70 

King's Printer, $2.92 ;' advertising, $88.52 

Total, carried to page V — 4 „ 



Red Deer Valley : Immigrant Building* 



Munson & Nanton, purchase of site 
Sifton & Short : legal services 



Total, carried to page V — 4. 



Regina Court House and Land Office : Renewals, «Vc. 

Morrison, J., clerk of works ($537.60)— 

Services, 5 m. to April 30, 1902, at $100. 

Travel 



McDougall, D. C. : contract for building fence between land office and court house, 8510 ; 
painting building and picket fence, 2 coats, 230 yds. at 16c ; less charged to Renewals 
(page V— 178), $386.80 

Reaburn, R., labour, $12.10 ; Williams, R., & Sons, towelling, &c, $4.75 . . . 

Regina Electric Light and Power Co., installing 70 electric lights 

Smith & Ferguson : 5 syphon jet closets, $166.70 ; 50 additional feet heating, $58 ; sundry, 
$30.90 ; labour, 153 h. at 40c, 90 at 30c, 117 at 25c 

King's Printer .. . ... 



Total, carried to page V— 4 . 



Regina, Lieutenant Governor's Residence : Improvements, &c. 

Morrison, J., clerk of works, 5 m. to Oct. 31, 1901, 2 m. to June 30, 1902, at $100 

Pay-lists, June 29, 1901-Jan. 21, 1902 ($2,540.95)— 

Foreman carpenter, A. Kaltenbrunner, 80 • 8 d. at $3.50.. 

Steamfitters: W. Bickles, 49i d. at $4.50; J. Olsen, 46i d. at $2.50 ; J. Mackie, 47i d. 
at 82 " ; "... 

Carpenter, days at $3 : D. Macdougall, 22 . . 

Carpenters, days at $2.75 : K. Bralnn 52, D. Macdonnell 86 

Carpenters, days at $2. 50 : J. Frecket 74rs, And. Kaltenbrunner 63f 

Masons : K. Hunter, 327 d. at $4.50 ; J~ Zinkham, 297 d. at $4 



1— 8v 



Carried forward. 



$ eta. 

350 00 
64 00 

612 50 
75 82 
58 00 
27 50 
40 85 
15 40 

162 10 

72 00 

19 50 

8 00 



1,505 67 



5,950 00 
2 00 


5,952 00 


3,470 00 
315 00 


179 70 
91 44 


4,056 14 


75 00 

7 14 


82 14 



500 00 
37 60 



160 00 

16 85 

210 00 

373 05 
1 00 

1,298 50 



$ cts. 


700 00 


282 75 


434 00 
66 00 
379 50 
345 25 
265 95 



2,473 45 



V-114 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Regina, Lieutenant Governor's Residence — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Pay-lists — Concluded. 

Masons, days at S3 : J. Lalabler 5 2, G. Viami 6 7, G. Weisgerber 38 "0, S. West 29 "2. . 

Painters : B. Molisky, 154 d. at $2.50 ; J. Cotton, 18 d. at $L25 

Plasterers, hrs. at 40c. : A. Martin 38, A. Ross 37 

Labourers, days at $1.75: Bessey, F., 921; Hoffman, G., 50 3 ; Kunst, G., 29 2 ; 

West, J. 48-1, M. 302. ..". 

Cotter Bros., on accou.nt steamfitting 

Covington, E. J. : 27 bolts, 16 bars, plates, &c, 1,491 lbs. at 8c.; window lifts, 6 at S3; 

sundry, $21.90 

Eddy, W. F., lime, 180 bush, at 50c; ; Ross, A. J., repairs, $4.07. 

Dom. Express Co., freight, $10.35 ; Mayer, T. M., sand, $32.66 

Fergusson, R. B. & Co. , contract window shades 

Ives, H. R. & Co. : Buffalo boiler, $221.20 ; special headers, .$10 ; freight, $76.68 

Ligget, Thos. : curtain material, 20 g yds. at $2.50; lining, 40 yds. at 25c. ; cord, 60 yds. at 

25c. ; making, $6 ; ex press, $4 . 10 

Smith & Fergusson Co. ($781.77)— 

Syphon jet closets (2) complete and 2 porcelain-lined baths 

Extra closet, plumbing and connecting same, and removing old 

Roofs, eavestrough and plumbing work, $225; less $97.25 for material previously sup- 
plied and charged 

Rubber strips, 116 lbs. at 75c. ; waterpans, 24 at 70c 

Labour, 20 h. at 25c , 50 at 40c, 30 at 05c 

Eavestroughing, 207 ft. at 14c. ; paint, &c, $51.29 ; hardware, $125.45 

Williams, R. H. : boards and dimension timber, 988 ft. at $24, 4,541 at $25 1,004 at $26, 348 

at $33, 438 at $34, 3,761 at $35, 2,356 at $37, 2,146 at $50, 2,395 a, $55 capping, 2.378 ft. 

at 3c, 406 at 3 2 c ; clear cedar, 3,102 ft. at $55 ; 32 corners, $64 ; doors, 2 at $7.50 ; 74 

jambs, $148 ; 13 lintels, $121.90 ; 15 sills, $123.02 ; brick, 1,600 at $14 ; sand, 14 yds. at 

$2 ; shoddy, 85 yds. at $5 ; sundry, $34.74 . 

Woods, J. W., silk Union J ack, 15 ft. long 

Total, carried to page V — 4 < 

Saskatoon Immigrant Building. 

Leslie, Jas. : contract, $3,300 complete ; less $1,900 charged to 1902-1903.. 

King's Printer, $4.25 ; advertising, $84.60 . . . ., 

Total, carried to page V — 4 

Yorkton Court House and Jail. 

King's Printer, $27.95; advertising, $81.06 

Renewals and Heavy Repairs : Buildings, N.W.T., Generally. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings maintenance (Page V — 183) 

f£amloops Public Building. 

Mackay, Robert ($7,895.15)— 

Contract, $10,820, for building complete ; less $6,770 paid in 1900-1 (Page V— 83) 

Fittings for post office, customs and inland revenue, complete 

Fittings for Dominion Lands Office, $796 ; Indian Office, $398 

Changes in vault fittings, $45 ; table, $3 . 50 , 

Cutting division wall, &c, platform at main entrance , 

Leek & Co., contract heating, complete 

Thompson, A., services, June 30-Oct. 1, 1901, 122 d. at $3, Oct. 1, 1901-June 30, 273 d. at $6. 
Gordon, M. P.: chairs, 1 at $10, 2 at $6 ; 2 stools, $6.75; 36 window shades, pulls and 

hanging, $48.90 

Gurney Foundry Co.: 2 hot water heaters, $196.80; 1 pr. twin headers and valves, $100; 

freight, $96.21 

Hinton Electric Co.: brackets, 1 at $2, 3 at $3.50, 4 at $4 ; electroliers, 2 at $8.50, 13-2 Its. at 

$9.50, 2-3 Its. at $12, 11-3 Its. at $12.50 ; fixture cutouts, 36 at 15c; shades, 7 at 60c, 5 

at 75c, 41 at 80c, 31 at 90c; shade holders, 84 at 10c; switches, 22 at 75c; freight and 

boxing, $24.55 

Interior Department, 1 safe , , 

Milton, J., teaming, $19.50 ; team, &c, 3 d. at $6.50 ; labour, 9 d. at $2.50 

Office Specialty Co.: bag rack, $65 ; freight. $14.31 

Rubenstein Bros.: P. O. box fronts, 376 at $1.43 ; 4 cases, $4 ; freight, $33.08 , 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 


2,473 45 


239 10 
61 25 
30 00 


437 15 
140 00 


159 18 
94 07 
43 01 

268 00 
307 88 


86 35 


225 00 
75 00 


127 75 

103 80 

44 50 

205 72 



1,885 66 
73 00 


7,079 87 


1,400 00 
88 85 

1,488 85 



109 01 



2,696 40 



4,050 00 

2,563 00 

1,194 00 

48 50 

39 65 

1,711 00 

2,004 00 

77 65 

393 01 



454 00 

275 00 

61 50 

79 31 

574 76 

13,525 38 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V--115 



Knuiloops Public Building— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Vair, Jas.: eavestroug h and conductor pipe, $ 15 j iron pipes, 84 ft. at 12?,c.; hardware and 

labour, $22.46 

Brooms, brushes. &c, $6.05; photos, $2 

King's Printer, $14.82; advertising, 818. GO 

Total, carried to page V— 4 



IVaiiaimo Public Building : New Lock Boxes, Renewals, Arc. 

Bailey, J. H.: galv. iron work, material, $270.50, labour, 423 h. atSOc., labour cutting holes, 
$5, cartage, $1 .50 ; less $188.58 charged to B.C. Renewals and Repairs. . . .(Page V" — ). 

B.C. Paving & Roofing Co.: roofing slate, 32 sq. y. at $15; tar paper, 8 rolls, at $1.50; 
removing old galv. iron dicks and putting on new, §50 

Cook, Ed., electro-plated counter grill ... 

Forrester, A.: 1*. ( ). boxes, 198 at 45c; nails, 250 lbs. at 5c; removing old flag pole and 
putting up new, $50; Lumber, 3,250 ft. 2x8 in., dressed and cut to lengths, §43.25, 
3,688 ft.. $52.75; cartage, $17.10; sundry, $4.30; labour, 257 h. at 50c, 29 d. at $2.50.. 

Nash, A., glass, 10 lights at $2.50 

Rubenstein Bros. : 200 P.O. box fronts, $286 ; 2 cases, $2 ; freight, $12.70 



Total, carried to page V — 4. 



Nelson Public Building* 



Viau & Lemoine : on account $49,000 contract for public building 

MacDonald, J. A., clerk of works, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, at $7 per day. 

Henderson, Wm., clerk of works, travel 

Legal expenses : F. W. Howay 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



$ cts. 
L3,525 38 



47 95 

8 05 

33 42 



13,014 80 



New Westminster Public Building: Addition to Examining Warehouse. 

Bourque & Desrivieres: contract, $2,529 for extension, complete; less $85 for fireproof door 

supplied by department, and $1,420 paid in 1900-1 (Page V— 83) . 

Lamarche, Jos., contract heating apparatus complete , . . 



Total, carried to page V — 4 . 



New Westminster Public Building : Reconstruction. 

Bourque & Desrivieres ($14,122)— 

Contract, $50,500 complete ; less $31,230 paid in 1900-1 (see page V— 83) and $11,790 
paid in 1899-1900 (see page V— 95) 

Excavating bank of earth, $1,450 : less $1,000 paid in 1900-1 (see page V— 83) 

Painting outside of brick walls 

Contract fittings, $5,000 ; cement sidewalk, $907 

Enam. iron sink placed, $30 ; painting attic floors, $80 

Lamarche, Jos., contract, heating apparatus complete 

Hamilton, A., clerk of works : services, 11 m. to May 31, 1902, at $120; travel and outlay, 

$11.00 

Fales. W. E.: 94 blinds, $132.50; bookcases, $29; cabinet, $40; carpet, 355£ yds. at $1.50; 

chairs, 4 at $2.25, 5 at $5.75, 5 at $0.50, 2 at $8.50, 1 at $10, 1 at $14 ; clock, $11 ; curtains. 

3t yds. at $1 ; desks, 2 at $05 ; door mats, G at $3.50 ; rugs, 2 at $8 ; 2 tables, $19.50 ; 

wardrobe, $18 ; umbrella stands, 3 at $5 ; sundry, $22.75 

Hargraves, G., frosting squares glass 

llinton Electric Co.: 5 bells from chief engine r's office to departments, $25 ; bracket fixtures, 

2 at $2.50, 4 at $3, 5 at $3.25, 30 at $3.50, 4 at $3.75, 2 at $4.50, 2 at $5.75 ; desk fixtures, 

9 at $10 ; 2 3 It. fixtures at $15 ; safety fuse blocks, 2 at $2.50, 3 at $1.50, G at $1, 50 at 

75c; lamps, 250 16-c.p. at 25c, 18 32-c.p. at 40c; pendants, 8 at $5, 3 at $3; pendant 

drop fittings, 84 at $1.75 ; shade holders, 131 at 15c; shades, 10 at 40c, 114 at 50c, 2 at 

60c, 13 at 65c, 14 at 75c, 5 at 80c, 5 at 90c, 2 at $1.25, 7 ball shades at $2 ; Bryant 

switches, 3 at $2.25, 3 at $1.75, 3 at $1.50 ; snap switches, 45 at 75c; feeder switch, $15 ; 

standard fixtures, 3 at $12 ; iron entrance lantern fixture, $25 ; letter box fixtures, $9 ; 

wiring outlets, 207 at $3 ; 1 4-pt. annunciator, $20 ; sundry, $30.20 

Ives, H. K. & Co.: 2 Buffalo boilers, $442.40 ; twin connections, $90 ; freight, $230.36 

Kirk, H. T.: 2 heaters, $25.80 ; sundry, $4.90 



1— 8iv 



Carried forward 



300 00 

542 00 
45 00 



470 00 

25 00 

300 70 

1,632 70 



24,160 00 

2,555 00 

62 35 

17 80 

26,795 15 



1,024 00 
450 00 



1,474 00 



7,480 00 
450 00 
175 00 

5,907 00 

no oo 

2,700 00 


1,331 CO 


1,133 00 
4 50 



1,569 70 

762 76 

30 70 

21,654 26 



V-116 



AUDITOR GENERAL' 8 REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



New Westminster Public Building: Reconstruction— Concluded. 

Brought forward , 

Martel, C. : chart rack, $15 ; counters, 1 at $160, 1 at $58, 1 at $68 ; cupboards, 1 at $22, 1 at 
$41, 1 at $45, 1 at $47.50, 1 at $48 ; desks, 1 at $16.50, 1 at $30, 1 at $32, 1 at $34.50, 1 at 
$36, 1 at $37, 1 at $54 ; floor in exam, warehouse, $53 ; hat and coat racks, 2 at $25, 1 at 
$30 ; picture moulding, $20.50 ; pigeon-hole cases, 1 at $15, 1 at $18, 1 at $20, 1 at $42 ; 
assorting table with iron rack, $48 ; tables, 1 at $9.75, 1 at $11, 1 at $13.50, 2 at $22, 1 at 
$27 ; varnishing and polishing furniture, $33 ; removing counter and adjusting new, 
$31.50 ; vault fittings, $28 ; 10 ventilators, $15 ; Yale locks, 10 at $3 ; sundry, $65.25 

McLennan, McFeely & Co. : portable baskets, 9 at $7 ; finders, 9 at $3 ; fire sets, 5 at $3, 4 at 
$2.50 ; spark guards, 9 at $2 ; freight, &c, $1.25 

Office Specialty Co.: 4 bases, $7 ; bookcase units, 4 at $2.75, 4 at $3, 4 at $3.50 ; 4 cornices, $8. 

"Robertson & Co., fireproof safe 

Rubenstein Bros.: P.O. box fronts, 552 at $1.43 ; 6 cases, $6 ; freight, $34.79 

Thompson, S. J. : 5 photos, $8 ; negative, $2 

Vanstone, W. F.: putting in sink, water pipe and gas pipe, $47.50 ; sundry, $7.55 

Wiegand, C. lounges, 1 at $22, 1 at $24 

King's Printer, $13.53 ; advertising, $229.09 

Total, carried to page V— 4 

Rossland Public Building. 



Bradbury, Thos., estimate No. 7 to April 1, 1902, on $44,650 contract , 

Vanstone, W. E. ($1,995.35)- 

Contract for heating apparatus, complete 

Steam fitting : supplies, $1 ; labour, 54f h. at 65c, 53£ at 35c 

McGregor, R. W., clerk of works : services, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, at $7 per day ; telegrams, 

$9.81 .' '. 

Henderson, Wm., clerk of works, travel and outlay. .' 

Gowman, T. H., photos, $10 ; Leckie, J. & Co., Dominion ensign, $22.50 ..... 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: 2 Buffalo boilers, $336 ; twin connections, $80 ; freight, $216.13 

Red Star Storage and Transfer Co. , drayage 

King's Printer, $12.93 ; advertising, $158.63 

Legal expenses, F. W. Howay 

Total, carried to page V— 4 



Vancouver Brill Hall. 

Viau & Lachance ($29,396.30)— 

Contract, $65,658 for building and $16,000 for additional length to building, complete ; 
less $46,390 paid in 1900-1 (see page V— 83), and $17,330 paid in 1899-1900 (see page 

V— 95) 

Extra work ($2,185)— _ 

Electric wiring main hall 

Whitewashing main hall, $200 ; plumbing, &c, $350 

Staining outside brick, $585 ; gasfitting, $400 

Contract fittings, complete, $4,400 ; heating, complete, $4,000 

Filling in and grading : earth, 729 yds. at 70c; cinders, 243 yds. at $1 ; gravel, 50 yds 

at $2 ; • • = 

Cartage of boilers and placing in position , 

McKinnon, Thos., clerk of works ($1,758.55)— 

Services, 11 m. to May 31, 1902, at $120 

Outlay and repairs : doors, 3 at $8 ; rabbited frames, 3 at $8 ; guards placed, 2 at $10 
keeping on fires to dry basement, $16.80 ; sundry, $110.05 ; plastering, 31 yds. at 50c. 
carpenters and labourers, 190 h. at 28c, 68 h. at 30c, 148 h. at 40c, 212 h. at 45c. . . 

Carnahan, J., labour, 9 d. at $3 ; Davidson Bros., clock, $14 

Desrosiers, M. : hardware, $15 ; labour, 12 h. at 50c 

Hach, O: chairs, 2 Morris at $15, 1 tiiting $10, 4 arm at $8.50, 2 at $5, 24 oak at $3, 24 at 
$1.25, 30 at $1, 24 at 90c; cuspidors, 4 doz. at $6 ; desk, $90 ; tables, 1 office $5, 1 exten- 
sion $22.50 ; oak sideboard, $35 _ _ 

Hinton Electric Co.: light and switch outlets in iron conduit work, 17 at $10 ; iron lanterns, 
2 at $30; 1 3-lt. fixture, $15; 7 1-lt. fixtures at $2.50; oak safety fuse cabinets, 27 at 
$2.50 ; 4 heavy reflector lights and ceiling reflector lights and 6 shades for bowling alley, 
$53 ; 2 reflector lights on ceiling protected by plate guard and 2 sets reflector lights on 

sides in shooting gallery, $45 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: 2 Buffalo boilers, $442.40 ; twin connections, $94 ; freight, $233.98 

Leckie, J., union jack, $23 ; Vancouver Gas Co., coke, 9 tons at $5 

Leek & Co.: handrails placed, $27.45 ; drain pipe, cement, &c, $66.60 ; labour, 78 h. at 30c, 

51 at 60c, 38 at 65c , .. 

MacPhail & Co.: hose, 200 ft. at 18c; fire hose nozzle and reducer, $9.50 ; rubber door mats, 
4 at $2 75 ; iron wheelbarrow, $7.50 ; sundry, $3.20 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
21,654 26 



1,349 00 



179 25 


52 00 


150 00 


830 15 


10 00 


55 05 


46 00 


242 62 


24,568 33 


24,340 00 


1,940 00 


55 35 


2,564 81 


89 50 


32 50 


632 13 


5 25 


171 56 


25 46 


29,856 56 



17,938 00 

650 00 

550 00 

985 00 

8,400 00 

853 30 
20 00 

1,320 00 



438 55 
41 00 
21 00 



414 10 



428 00 

770 38 

68 00 

174 55 

67 20 



33,139 08 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-117 



Vancouver Drill Hall — Concluded. 

Brovght forward 

McKay, R., staining and varnishing, 10 rooms at $8, 264 yds. at 23c 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: 2 ventilators, $100 ; fenders, 4 at $7.50; fire sets, 4 at $4.50; 

grate baskets, 4 at $7.50 ; spark guards, 4 at $2.50 ; 2 coal shovels, $4 ; 4 iron handles, $8. 
Vancouver City Water Works : tire service, 45 ft. pipe, $31.50; valve and cross, $12; 1 T 

and sleeve, $4.50 f 

Vancouver Sash and Doof Co.: laying maple floor, $650; fittings, $4(12.50; putting up hooks 

and pegs, $58 ; putting iron racers and rollers to doors, $38.80 ; curtains and hangers, 400 

lin. ft. at 00c; oak stairs, 22 steps at $5; making and fitting cupboard doors, 190 ft. 7 in. 

at 75c; fitting windows for ventilation, 2 at $11.50; sundry, $80.70 ; labour, 145 h. at 50e. 

White, J., 9 photos 

Coke, $!); photos, $9; hose cocks, $6 GO; making keys, $5.50; glass, $1.50; cartage, $1.90. 
King's Printer 

Total, car ried to page V — 5 



Vancouver Public Building. 

Bruce, A.: cedar, 417 sq. ft. at 4c; doors, 16 at $1 ; maple, 80 sq. ft. at 20c; sundry, $G4.71 ; 
labour, 12 d. superintending at $2.75, 81 d. carpenter at $3.50, 45£ h. at 50c, 42 h. at 
inc. 20 h. at 30c 

Hinton Electric Co., supplies and repairs 

Leek & Co., sack rack, $35 ; McDonald, A., inspection elec wiring, $10 

Nelson, Macpherson, Sutherland Drug Co., 8 galls, floor oil at $1.07 . 

Peach & Chester, plumbing, $43 . 40 ; White, J., photos, $17 . 80 

Vancouver Sash and Door Co., sorting case 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



Williams' Head Public Building, Quarantine Station, Arc. 

Telegraph Line (81,834.55). 

Bezanson, G.: work on telegraph lines between Colewood and Victoria, B.C., during the 
months of January, February, March and April, 1902 ($033.30)— 

Labour : self, 42| d. at $3, short paid, $2 ; labourers, 7, 133 d. at $2.50 ; team, 294; 

d. at $5 

Poles, 238 at 12|c 

Bray, R., pole team, 6 d. at $3 ; Demers, L. O., repairs, 28 d. at $2.50 . . . 

Fashion Livery Stables, pole team, Id 

Foster, J., services rendered getting out poles, digging holes, &c. ($714.50)— 

Labour : foreman, 54 d. at $3 ; labourers, 135 d. at $2.50 ; team, 35^ d. at $5 

Poles, 300 at 12±c 

Hinton Electric Co., telegraph wire, brackets, &c . . . 

Kelly, G. P.: superintending and reconstructing line and repairs, self and assistant, 73 d. at 

$3.50 ; labour, 8 d. at $3, 27 d. at $2.50 ; horse hire, $11 ; board, &c, $9.50 

Pacific Transfer Co., hauling supplies 



$ cts. 


33,139 08 


140 72 


200 00 


48 00 


1,873 40 
45 00 
33 50 
12 23 


35,491 93 



476 07 


26 80 


45 00 


13 35 


61 20 


40 00 


663 02 



Sir, 'Earl' (-34,569.60). 

British Columbia Marine Ry. Co.: taking out old and putting in new boiler bed, putting 
new Moat in fire room, &c, supplies, $18.15 ; shipwrights, 16 d. at $5 ; helpers, 3 d. at $3. 
Jardine, J.: contract for painting, $168 ; extra work, cementing hull, $15 ; painting new rail- 
ing 2 coats extra and new woodwork in galley and boiler rooms, $15 ; sundry, $28.95 .... 
Russell, J. J.; covering new boiler and main steam pipe with asbestos, $75 ; sundry, $7.30.. . 

Taylor Mill Co.: lumber, $71.80 ; joinor, 37| d. at $4 

Turpee, Wm. & Son : hauling steamer from Si>ratt's wharf to Turpee ways and 21 h. on ways, 
$40 ; 4 d. on marine ways, $40 ; caulking top, sides and tank, oakum and pitch, $6.50 ; 

■8£ d. labour. $36.75 

Victoria Machinery Depot; Co. — 

Marine boiler, $2,425 ; 3-bladed propellor, $105 .... 

Taking out old boiler and placing new one and making connections 

Fender, angle irons, &c. : labour, 117 h. at 50c. : supplies, $0.95 

Materials and labour for engine : supplies, $22.75 ; 119J h. at 50c 

Station launch : making new breeching top, supplies, $14.88 ; labour, 72 h. at 50c; new 
smoke stack, supplies, $91.06, labour, 129^ at 50c ; keel band, $5.82; stanchions, 
taking off condenser, pipes, &C, sundry, $12.64; labour, 90 h. at 50c, 4 h. at 55c; 

repairs, express, 50c ; labour, 45 h. at 60c 

Cartage, $3 ; repairs to lamps, $1.35 



Carried forward. 



603 55 
29 75 

88 00 
6 00 


677 00 
37 50 
12 25 


367 50 
13 00 



107 15 

226 95 

82 30 

222 80 



123 25 

2,530 00 

825 00 

05 45 

82 50 



299 85 
4 35 



6,404 15 



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2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Williams Head : Public Building— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Asst. Supt's. Residence ($3,496.10). 



Hunt, Ed. : erecting building, $2,470 ; drain, $199 ; painting roof, $51 

Colbert, J.: plumbing, $153.30 ; heating apparatus, $292.80 ; laundry, $10 

Jardine, J.: exterior of building, 3 coats, roof, 1 coat, $235; painting exterior barn, $( 
painting fence, $25 , 



Engineer's Residence ($1,722.65). 

Hunt, Ed.: erecting building, $1,380 ; drain, $112 ; painting roof, $38 

Colbert, J.: plumbing, $147 05; extra heavy pipe under house with vents for fixtures, $45. . 

Laboratory ($1,551.20). 
/ / * 

Hunt, Ed. : erecting building, $1,270; removing fittings from old laboratory, $28; drain, $49; 

painting roof, $12* 

Colbert, J., heating apparatus , 



Cottage Hospital ($2,581.15). 

Hunt, Ed. : erecting building, $1,750 ; drain, $220 ; painting roof, $34 

Colbert, J.: plumbing, $151.15; extra heavy drain under house and vents for fixtures, $50. 
Jardine, J., painting exterior 3 coats and roof 2 coats 



Disinfecting Chamber ($7,600). 

Victoria Machinery Depot Co. ($7,000)— 

Erecting and setting in place 1 disinfecting tank 

Cylindrical steam retort with special power-operated doors 



Boiler House. 

Moore & W hi ttington : contract building, $1,369; jobbing work in connection with boiler- 
house and disinfecting apparatus, $145 , 



Boathouse 



Hunt, Ed., erecting building 

Foster, J., cedar logs, 36-in., for boathouse, 12 at $15. 



Naphtha and Coal Oil House. 



Hunt, Ed., erecting building 



Covered Passageway on Wharf, Fence and Shed ($515.75). 

Moore & Whittington : covered way (woodwork) $320; painting, $79 ; fence (woodwork) $70; 

painting, $35 

Taylor Mill Co. : shingles for repair of roof of shed, 5 M. at $2.25 ; cartage, 50c 



Ice House. 

Hunt, Ed . : erecting building, $402 ; painting roof, $6 ...... 

Lock-up and Storehouse. 

Hunt, Ed . : erecting lock-up, $460 ; storehouse, $304 ; painting roof, $16 

Japanese Cookhouse ($994). 

Hunt, Ed . :, erecting building, $256 ; painting roof, $6 _ 

Jardine, J., painting exterior and interior of Japanese and Chinese buildings 3 coats and 
roof 2 coats 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
6,404 15 



2,720 00 
456 10 

320 00 



1,530 00 
192 65 



1.359 00 

192 20 



2,010 00 
201 15 
370 00 



3,700 00 
3,900 00 



1,514 00 



456 00 
180 00 



100 00 



504 00 
11 75 



403 00 

780. 00 

262 00 
732 00 



28,303 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



v-ng 



Williams Head Public Building— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Woodsheds. 
Hunt, Ed . : erecting G woodsheds, $295 ; painting roofs, .$10 



Generally ($2,798.13). 



erecting 



fence, and repairs to roof of shed and footbridge, 634; d. at S3. 50. 



Fairfull, And 

Helgesen, H.: erecting and repairing fences, 260£ h. at 277,0. per h.; team, 2!, d. at $ 

Jardine, J.: burning off old paint, 12 d. at $4; gasoline, $2.25 ; painting residences of Capt 
Gould, caretaker, and watchman, $216; hauling shingles and painting roof 8 of bunk 
house, large shed on wharf, power house, &c, and 1st class detention shed, $363 ; paint 
ing pumping station, $15 . ..'... 

Nicholls & Renouf : 4 kegs steel nails, $14.85 ; sundry, $13.90 

Sheret, A., repairs to pipes 

Taylor Mill Co.: timber for repairs of fences, $41.48; 70 cedar posts, $37.50; timber for new 
* work, 4,800 ft. at $9. 2,920 ft. at $10, 1,400 ft. at $13 ; sundry, $22.66 

Victoria Foundry Co.: bricks, 4,000 at $15, 1,500 fire at $50; cement, 7 brls. at $5 ; lime, 
7 brls. at $2 ; rivets, 800 lbs. at 9c; sand, 7 loads at $2 ; sundry, $142.81 ; bricklayer, 18 
d. at $5 ; helper, 25 d. at $3 ; machinist, 1,330 h. at 60c 

Witty, R., building and repairing fences, at $2.50 per d 

King's Printer, $2.86 ; advertising, $93.87 

Total, carried to page V — 5 , 



Renewals and Heavy Repairs : Buildings, Britisn Columbia, Generally. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings, maintenance (Page V — 183) 

Salaries of Clerks of Works, Assistants, &c. 

Ottawa — 

Adams, Samuel, clerk of works, 12 m. to June 30 

Canty, Pat., clerk of works, 365 d. at $3.50 

Cowan, John, engineer, Langevin Block, 365 d. at $3.50 

Montreal : C. Desjardins, clerk of works, 12 m. to June 30 

Quebec — 

Beland, P. H., clerk of works, balance for June, 1901, $1.87 ; 12 m. to June 30 at $106.87 
less 60c. short paid 

Vermette, Thoe., 365 d. at $2 

Winnipeg — 

Cyr, J. E., clerk of works, 12 m. to June 30 

Cm ran, Ada, clerk, 12 in. to June 30 

Victoria — 

Brown, J. G., 13 m. to June 30 

Henderson, Wm., clerk of works, 12 m. to June 30 

Detailed in 1900-1, page V— 84 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



Public Buildings Generally: Electric and otner Power for Elevators, Arc. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings, maintenance (Page V — 183) 

ii Ottawa Buildings, repairs ( n V — 135) 

Total, carried to page V— , 



Public Buildings Generally. 



Bailey^ Geo., smith work 

Bell telephone Co. ($19.25)— 

Rent of telephone in Mr. J. Archambault'a office, 411 Mer. Bk. Bldg., Montreal, 6 m. 
to July 1, 1902, at $75 a year ; one-half charged to this vote 

Messages 

Borbridge, S. & H.: leather photo plate case, $20 ; travelling bag, $6 

Bryson, Graham <fc Co.: valise, $6 ; brushes, whisks, &c, $26.05 ; vouchers out., $27.95 

Cosgrove, J as., engineer, Toronto : 4 trips to Newmarket and return 

Desjardins, C, clerk of works, Montreal, travel and outlay 

Dodwell, C. E. W., engineer, Halifax, travel and outlay 

Doody, T. \V., telegrams 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
28,303 00 

305 00 



221 35 

84 88 



644 25 

28 75 
20 75 

192 24 



1,379 44 

129 74 

96 73 



31,406 13 



5,987 53 



1,200 00 


1,277 50 


1,277 50 


1,080 00 


1,283 71 


730 00 


1,500 00 


540 00 


1,300 00 


2,100 00 


555 00 


12,843 71 


4,035 30 


959 80 



4,995 10 



108 00 



18 75 

50 

26 00 

60 00 

7 90 
11 15 

8 05 
80 

301 15 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Public Buildings Generally — Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Eclipse Office Furniture Co. : plate glass for box fronts, 72 at 25c, 50 at 30c 

Inland Type Foundry : Victor camera, $73 ; stand for same, $20. 

McNeill, Ed. R., repairs to typewriter 

Ottawa Engraving Co., Eastmann Kodak 

Ottawa Truss & Surgical Co., rubber belting, &c 

Pritchard- Andrews Co., stamp, $1 ; Ross, C. & Co., -cotton, $11 

Rubenstein Bros. : box fronts, &c . 

Smith, W. Z., architect and engineer, Toronto, travel 

Stephen Bros., 200 sheets photographic glass 

Thorburn, C. H. , 2 albums 

Topley Studio : ' Ruby ' camera, 3 lenses, 7 plate holders, &c, $350 ; camera, $50 ; telephoto, 
$30 ; 3 B. & L. shutters, $02.50 ; 2 cases, $11.40 ; 8 extra holders, $22.80 ; 12doz. plates, 
$80.40 ; 21 rolls film, $38.40 ; z^iss lenses, 1— 12-in., $170.50, 1-10-in., $114.50, 1— 7i-in., 
$27.50; sundry photographic supplies, $263.05; less $325, charged to Harbours and 
Rivers generally, page V— 

Street car tickets : F. Breton, $13 . 55 ; J. Br uchesi, $34 . 85 

Telegrams : Can. Pac. Ry. Co's Telegraph, $431.58 ; G. N. Tel. Co., $105.83 

Freight and express: Canada Atlantic Ry., $3.98; Canadian Pacific Ry., $22.02; Can- 
adian Express Co., $17.35 ; Dominion Express Co., $19.80 ; Star Baggage Transfer, 40c. 

Stationery Office, $2,482.80 ; King's Printer, $740.41 ; advertising, $79.17 

Salaries at Ottawa . x (Pftge V — ) 

Travel of Ottawa officials: J. Archambault, $224.15 ; C. Baudrv, $28 16 ; F. Breton, $25.26; 
Jules d'E. Clement, $42.89 ; John Cowan, $301.39 ; L. Dube, $10.35 ; D. Ewart, $21.70 ; 
D. A. Hewitt, $43.53; Jas. Johnston, $45.60; N. M. Mathe, $143.20; A. L. Ogilvie, 
$163.95, ch. 23574, $35; F. X. Paquet, $118.85, ch. 23919, $30, ch. 24837, $30; J. S. J. 
Routhier, $260.90 ; L. F. Taylor, ch. 1229, $50, ch. 22055, $25, ch. 24575, $30 



Total, carried to page V — 5 . 



Ottawa Buildings : General Ilepairs Pay-lists. 

Arial, Thos., carpenter, July-March, 170J d. at $2 , 

Aube, A., painter, Sept., 16 d. at $2. ... 7 , 

Aube, Jas., labour, Sept., 12^ d. at $1.50 ". 

Auborne, E., mason, July-June, 269| d. at $2.50,234 h. at 2Sc 

Aussang, A., stonecutter, Aug. -Oct., June, 779 h. at 3Gc 

Baril, A., carpenter, July- June, 286^ d. at $2 

Barnabe, N., stonecutter, Aug., 129 h. at 36c 

Barnabe, X., stonecutter, Aug., June, 282 h. at 36c . . . . . 

Barron, E., labour, Sept., 16l| h. at 16§c 

Barthelet, Jas., labour, July-June, 318 d. at $1.40, 48 h. at 16§c 

Battersby, Wm., labour, Aug. Oct., 455i h. at 16§c 

Batterton, Thos., labour, July- June, 255.^ d. at $1.25, 90 h. at 14c. 

Beatty, Wm., labour, July- June, 318§ d. at $1.40, 12 at $1.50 

Beaulieu, A., painter, June, 18 d. at $2 

Beaulieu, R., mason, June, 93 h. at 36c 

Beaulne, J., painter, July-Oct., 108 d. at $2 

Bedard, Chas., carpenter, July-Oct., May, 123£ d. at $2 

Belanger, A., labour, July-Oct., 146* d. at $1.75 

Belanger, O., painter, July- June, 275^ d. at $2 , 

Belanger, Z., labour, Feb. -Mar., 19^ d. at $1.75 

Bergeron, J., carpenter, July- June, 302^ d. at $2 

Biehler, J., sr., bricklayer, July-June, 256* d. at $2.50, 273 h. at 28c. ..... . 

Biehler, J., jr., bricklayer, June, 75 h. at 36c 

Boileau, J., labour, Sept. -Feb., 136A h. at 18£c., 5 h. at 19^c 

Boisvert, A., labour, Aug -Sept., 13g d. at $1.50 

Boivin, D., labour, July- June, 305 d. at $1.50 

Bonnell, R., carpenter, Feb. -Mar., 29^ d. at $2 

Boucher, E., painter, May- June, 31 d. at $2 

Boutin, J. B., carter, Sept., 11 ^ d. at $2 

Bowman, J., plasterer, Jan., 27 h. at 30c , 

Boyne, Jas., labour, July- June, 302| d. at $1.50, 81 h. at 14c 

Bray, A., jobber, Sept., 10 d. at $2. 

Brule, F., painter, Sept., 11 d. at $2 

Buck, J. B., carpenter, July-Feb., Apr., June, 228<t d. at $2 

Bureau, J., labour, Aug. -Sept., 56§ d. at $1.50 

Burk, Geo., labour, July- June, 281g d. at $1.50 . 

Burns, D., labour, Aug., 9 d. at $1.50 

Burrows, W., mason, June, 111 h. at 36c 

Caron, "A., carpenter, July- June, 2iJ2f§ d. at $2.25, 12 d. at $2 

Casey, J., labour, Aug.-Oct., 46£ d. at $1.50 

Castaigner, A., stonecutter, Sept. -Oct., 208 h. at 36c 



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Brought forward 



Castonguay, B., stonecutter, Aug. -Sept., 135 h. at 36c 

Champagne, I., labour, Sept., 12 d. at §1.50 

Champagne, S., carpenter. July-June, 278jJ d. at $2 , 

Chapman, S., Aug. -Sept., 20 d. at $1.50.. . .* 

Charbonneau, E., labour, Aug. -Sept., 13§ d. at SI. 50 

Charlebois, J. V., painter, July-feb., .June, 226 T \j d. at §2 

Chartrand, Chas., carpenter, July-June, 2U2j d. at $2 

Chartrand, Z., carpenter, Aug. -Oct, Jan. -Feb., Apr.-June, 213 d. at $2. 

Cherry, Sam, carpenter, July-Oet., 125,1 d. at $2 

Chevrier, U., labour, July- June, 290^ d. at SI. 50 

Clark R., mason, June, 111 h. at 30c. 

Cook, S., labour, June, 9,t d. at SI. 50 

Corbeil, A., painter, July- June, 32/4| d. at $2 

Cornot, H., labour, Sept., 72 h. at lie 

Cote, L., carpenter, July- June, 247J d. at $2.50, 583i h. at 28c. . . 

Cote, R., labour, Sept.-Feb., Apr.-June, 197 d. at $1.50 

Couture, J., stonecutter, Aug. -Oct., 487-2 h. at 3Gc 

Craig, A., bricklayer, June, 51 h. at 36c. 

Crevier, A., painter, July- June, 306§ d. at $2 

Curry, J. P., team, Aug., 7 d. at $4 

Dagenais, J., labour, Feb.-June, 37 d. at $1.50, 64* at $1.25 , 

Dagenais, M., labour, July-Feb., 118 d. at $1.25, 429 h. at 14c 

DeBeaumont, R., labour, July- June, 289 r V d. at $1.50 

Decour, H., labour, Aug. -Nov., 97£ d. at $1.50 

Delaney, J., labour, July-Oct., 108 d. at $1.25, 112| h. at 14c 

Delorme, A., mason, June, 75 h. at 36c 

Dery, N., painter, July-June, 287f d. at $2 

Desjardins, S., carpenter, July- June, 264 d. at $2 

Desrosiers, A., labour, Aug. -Nov., June, 518i h. at 14c, 446 at 16§c 

Devaney, Jas., labour, Aug. -June, 255{§ d. at $1.50 

Dodd, J. T., stonecutter, June, 157 h. ar, 36c 



Dube, 0„ labour, July-June, 316 d. at $1.50 

Duffield, Ed., labour, July- June, 310}£ d. at $1.50 

Dussault, O., labour, Aug. -Nov., 714 d. at $1.50 

Eastcott, J., stonecutter, Sept., 106 h. at 36c 

Ebbs, Thos., labour, July-Oct., Jan.-Feb., 115 d. at $1.75, 38 at $1.50 

English, Jas., mason, June, 111 h. at 36c 

Fahey, J., labour, Sept. -June, 184 d. at $1.50 

Fanbert, P., labour, Auar-Sept., 114 h. at 14c , 

Fauteux, A., labour, July-Nov., May-June, 16 d. at $1.50, 151& d. at $1.40. 

Foisy, F., paiinter, Sept., Feb.-June, 62§ d. at $2 ; overpaid, $1 

Fortier, A., labour, Dec. -June, 132 d. at 81.50 

Fortin, A., carpenter, July- June, 290^ d. at $2 

Frechette, N., painter, Apr., Hi d. at $2, June, 13 d. at $2 

French, T. W., labour, Oct., Feb.-June, 110£ d. at $1.50 

Gagne, C, carter, July-June. 311 d. at $2 , 

Gagnon, E., mason, June, 51 h. at 36c , 

Gariepy, E., roofer, Aug.-Oet., Feb.-June, 1797; d. at $2 

Gauthier, J. V., painter, July June, 3018 d. at $2 

Gavard, L., stonecutter, July-Oct., 171 h. at 36c 

Gendron, S. A., labour, July- June, 285i d. at $1.50 

Giasson, F., carpenter, July-June, 260| d. at $2 

Good, D., labour, Sept., 51 h. at lG.^c , 

Gosselin, A., mason, Aug. -Oct., 5534 h. at 36c 

Grant, A. T., painter, July-Oct., May- June, 174 £ d. at $2 

Gravelle, L., stonecutter, July-Sept., 493 h. at 36c 

Grenon, J., carpenter, Sept. -June, 204 -,V d. at $2 

Grieves, Bros., carters, July-Sept., 40^, d. at S2.25 

Guay, A., painter, July-Nov., 162^ d. at $2. 

Guindon, A., labour, July-Junp, 277^ d. at $1.50. 

Hack, H., labour, dune, 9£ d. at SI. 59. 

'Handerkin, J., labour, June, 10 d. at $1.50 

Hardcastle, E:, labour, July-June, 313 d. at $1.25 

Hebprt, Chs., carpenter, July-June, 275§ d. at $2 , 

Hillman, A., labour, Sept.-Feb., 155 h. at 18.\c, 10S at 19fc 

Hudon, A., labour, Sept., 7 d. at $1.50 

Huot, P., labour, July-June, 287.} d. at SI. 50 

Hurteau, L., labour, July-Mar., 228 d. at SI. 50 

Isabelle, O. , carpenter, July- June, 306 d. at $2 

Jean, L. J., labour, June, 13 d. at $1.50 

Jellis, I., stonecutter, Aug. -Sept., 255 h. at 36c 

Kavanagh, M., labour, Aug. -Sept., 123 h. at 14c 



Carried forward 27,647 73 



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2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Ottawa Buildings: General Repairs Pay-lists— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Killeen, D., labour, Nov. -June, 163 d. at $1.50 - 

Killeen, F., carter, -June, 63 h. at 39e 

Killeen, M., labour, Sept., 20 d. at $1.50 

Labelle, J. P., labour, July- June, 263| d. at $1.50 ■ 

Labonte, A., labour. June, 23 d. at $1.50 

Labonte, L., labour, Aug. -Nov., 95| d. at $1.50 

Lachan.ee, E., stonecutter, Aug. -Oct., 445 h. at 36c 

Lachance, J., stonecutter, Aug. -Sept., June, 443 h. at 36c 

Lachance, R., stonecutter, Aug. -Sept., 287 h. at 36c 

Lachance, W., stonecutter, Sept., 101 h. at 36c 

Laing, R. S., labour, July-Oct., 108 d. at $1.25 

Lalonde, F., labour, July-June, 237 d. at $1.25, 48 d. at $1.50 

Lalonde, E., labour, Sept., 17$ d. at $1.50 

Lalonde, W., laboiir, July-Oct., Jan.-Feb., 38 d. at $1.50, 112 d. at $1.75. 

Lamothe, Geo., painter, Feb., 1 d. at $2 

Landry, N., carpenter, July-Oct., 126$ d. at $2.25 

Landry, T. carter, July-Mar., 74£ d. at $3, 17$ d. at $4, 847 h. at 25c. ... . 

Lapensee, D., labour, July -June, 3114 d. at $1.50 

Lapensee, O., labour, Aug. -Sept., Jan., 2 d. at $1.50, 135 h. at 14c 

Laramee, G., labour, July- June, 314} f d. at $1.50. 

Latimer, J., carpenter, Feb. -Mar., 23 If- d. at $2 

Laurin, A., mason, June 1, 51 h. at 36c 

Lavictoire, T., stouecutter, Aug. -Sept., June, 372 h. at 36c 

Leblanc, A., mason, Julp-Sept., June, 333 h. at 36c 

Leblanc, O., carter, July-Nov., Apr. -June, 211 d. at $2.25 

Leblanc, Wm., mason, Aug. -Dec, June, 1,000| h. at 36c 

Lecavalier, F. X., painter, Sept., 19 d. at $2 

Legatt, H., carpenter, Aug. -Oct., 37 d. at $2 

Legault, A., plasterer, July- June, 231J d. at $2.50, 81 h. at 28c 

Legere, F., painter, Aug.-Sept., 10| d. at $2 , 

Lelievre, N., labour, Aug. -Nov., 8'Jj% d. at $1.50 

Lemay, J., labour, July- June, 291J d. at $1.50 

JLiemieux, J., painter, July- June, 320 & d. at $2 . . . 

Lepage, C., painter, July- June, 309£ d. at $2 '. . . 

Letournc-au, F., mason, Aug. -Oct., June, 692^ h. at 36c 

Leveque, E., labour, July-Oct., 108 d. at $1.25, 33 h. at 14c 

Lortie L., painter, July-Feb., June, 214^ d. at $2 

Lyons, P., carpenter, July- June, 264 d. at $2 

Maccra, A., labour, Sept.', 1 d. at $1.50 

Mahon, J., mason, June, 60 h. at 36c 

Major, L., labour, July-Feb., May-June, 248 d. at $1.50 

Malboeuf, T., labour, June, 10 d. at $1.50 

Marsolais, E., labour, July-June, 297& d. at $1.50 

Martei, G., painter, July-Jan., 171 1 d. at $2 . . 

Mat'oieu, G., mason, Feb., 29 h. at 36c 

Matte, J., painter, Aug.-Sept., 151f d. at $2 

Meilleur, M., labour, July-Oct., 108 d. it $1 

Mercier, H., labour, May-June, 52 d. at $1.50 

Miller, G., labour, Feb. -Mar., 22^ d. at $1.75 

Monette, A., roofer, July-June, 2804J d. at $2 

Monette, O., mason, July-June, 25lf d. at $2.50, 324 h. at 28c. . . .' 

Moran, J., labour, Mar. -June, 97 d. at $1.25 

Mullin, E., labour, Sept., 17 fg d. at $1.50. 



Mulrooney, T., labour, June, 11 d. at $1 .50 , 

Murdoch," J., labour, June, 8 d. at $1.50 

Murphy, J., labour, Sept. -June, 36± d. at $1.50 

Murray, J., florist, March-June, 92 d. at $1.50 

McCallum, A., bricklayer, June, 13 h. at 36c 

McCallum, D. carpenter, Mar. -June, 101 d. at $2 

MoCourt, T., labour, Sept. -June, 201 d. at $1.50 

McDonald, A., carter, June, 135 h. at 25c 

McDonald, A. R., bricklayer, Sept. -June, 214| d. at $2.50. . . . 

McGuire, J. E., ma,son, June, 144 h. at 36c 

McKain, T., carpenter, July-Oct., U4f d. at $2 

McKechnie, C, Sept., 19 d. at $1.50.. 

Newton, W., painter, Feb.-June, 34 d. at $2 

Normand, W., labour, July- June, S01| d. at $1.75 

O'Connor, J., labour, Nov. -June, 167 d. at $1.50 

O'Donnell., J., mason, March, 47^ h. at 36c 

O'Donnell, M., labour, July-Sept., 31$ d. at $1.50 

O'Grady, M., labour, July-June, 27ty d. at $1.25, 90 h. at 14c. 
Olivier, E., carpenter, July-June, 267| d. at $2 



Carried forward , 



$ cts. 


26,647 73 


244 50 


24 57 


30 00 


394 84 


34 50 


142 85 


160 20 


159 48 


103 32 


36 36 


135 00 


368 25 


26 17 


253 00 


2 00 


285 01 


504 06 


467 26 


21 90 


472 09 


47 89 


18 36 


133 92 


119 88 


474 76 


360 18 


38 00 


74 00 


600 60 


21 01 


133 94 


437 00 


640 81 


618 90 


249 30 


139 62 


428 18 


528 00 


1 50 


21 60 


372 00 


15 00 


445 75 


343 63 


10 44 


31 46 


10S 00 


78 CO 


39 38 


561 no 


720 f»9 


121 25 


25 92 


16 50 


12 00 


54 75 


138 00 


4 68 


202 00 


301 50 


33 75 


536 25 


51 84 


229 68 


28 50 


68 00 


528 22 


250 50 


17 01 


47 17 


354 18 


535 67 


42,884 65 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-123 



Ottawa Buildings: General Repairs Pay-lists— Continued. 
Brought forward 



O'Meara, J., A.ug, Oct., r>7^ d. at $1.50 

O'Neil, G., labour, July-Oct , 108 d. at $1.25 

( >'Neil, M., labour, July -Any., 53 d. at $1.50 

Ouiinette, X., painter, Sept., L3J <i. at $2 — 

Parize, T., labour, Aug.-Sept., 151 h. at L8£c., 99 h. at 14c 

Paten, A., carpenter, Feb., L8d. at $2 

Paten, W. J., carpenter, March, 101 <*• at $2 , 

Patenaude, A., labour, Jan.-Feb., 12 d. at $1.50 

Pelletier, 0., labour, June, 10 d. at §1.50 

JVnrr, L., labour, July-June, 275 d. at $1.25 

Philippe, A., mason, June, 00 h. at 36c 

Picard, L., carpenter and carter, J nly-June, oil 1 i d. at $2 

Picard, Win., mason, Aug. -Oct., June, 595i h. at 30c 

Poirier, C. N., labour, Sept., 2§ d. at $1.50 

Pollock, H.) labour, June, 6 d. at $1.50 

Pooley, H., labour, July-June, 252 d. at SI. 50 

Portugais, P., labour, July-Nov., Apr.-June, 8£ d. at 51.50, 181 at $1.40 

Proulx, < )., labour, June, 17 d. at $1.50 

Prudhomwe, Ik, labour, July-June, 320^ d. at SI. 50 . . . 

Raizenne, P., painter, June, 18 d. at $2 

Randall, J., painter, July-June, 298| d. at 62 

Reardon, Jas., mason, June, 111 h. at 30c 

Reardon, John, carter, June, 00 h. at 39c 

Regimbal, Chs., carpenter, July-Oct., March- June, 223<J d. at $2 

Reinhardt, G., painter, Aug.-Sept., 52£ d. at $2 . . . . 

Keinhardt, P. I)., asst. foreman of carpenters, July -Tune, 302J 5 d. at $2.50, 050?, h. at 28c. . . 
Richard, II. : florist and labourer, July-June, 305 d. at $1.75 ; overtime in Sept., bh d. at 

$1.75 

Richer, H. W., labour, Aug-Oct., 54A d. at $1.50 

Robillard, O., labour, July-June, 253 d. at $1.25, 3641 h. at lie 

Rocheford, G., plasterer, Jan., h. at 30c 

Rochon, Jas., labour, July- June, 277 d. at $1.25, SI h. at 14c 

Rodier, S., labour, July-Oct., Mar.-Apr., 159i d. at $1 

Rourke, M., painter, July-Nov., Feb., June, 101§ d. at $2 , 

Roy, D., labour, July- June, 310 d. at $1 . 25, 39 h. at 14c : 

R. »y, M., labour, July-Oct,, 108 d. at $1 . 25, 24 h. at lie 

Sau i iol, Alf., painter, Aug. -Sept., 30§ d. at $2 

Siuriol, TJ., painter, July-June, 332f 5 d. at $2.25 

Savageau, A., mason, June, 213 h. at 30c 

Seguin, J., carj)enter, July-June, 313& d. at $2 

Seguin, J. B., labour, July-June, 250A d. at $1 . 50 

Sevigny, N., carter, July-June, 300 d. at $2.25 



Shea, T., carpenter, July-June, 287^ d. at $2. 

Shipman, R., carpenter, Feb.-Mar., 28$ d. at $2 

Stanley, G. , labour, June, 12 d. at $1 .50 

Sutherland. R. S., mason, Aug -Oct., 433^ h. at 30c . 

St. I leorge, E., mason, Aug. -Oct., dune, 030^ h. at 36c 

St. George, H., bricklayer, Oct. -Nov., June,~106 h. at 3Gc 

St. ( Jeorge, W., mason, Aug., 4 h. at 30c 

St, Jean, J., labour, June, 15f d. at $1.50 

Sr. Jean, S. , carpenter, July- J une, 273^ d. at $2 

St. Laurent, J. B., carpenter, July- Juno, 294£ d. at $2 

St. M artin, D., carpenter, July- June, 289:-f d. at $2 

St. Pierre, W., carpenter, Sept. -June, 205& d. at $2 

TaBse\ U. D., labour, July- June, 295^ d. at $1 . 25 

Taylor, \V\, mason, Aug.-Oct., 0134 h. at 30c 

Theberge, 1 [., carpenter, July-June, 29 6 / 5 d. at $2 

Thomas, Fred., painter, Sept., 3 d. at $2 

Thomas, Frs., labour, July-June, 302$ d. at $1 .50 

Thoiupkinson, M., bricklayer, June, 60 h. at 30c 

Thompkiuson, Thos., labour, July-June, 317 d. at $1.40, 5.', at $1.50. . 

Tremblay, A., labour, Sept, 16A d. at $1.50 

Tressider, Chas., labour, July-June, 270;, d. at $1 .50 

Trudel, A., cabinetmaker, .July-June, 302 d. at $2 

Vailh.ncourt, F., labour, July-June, 240 d. at $1 .25, 4S h. at 14c 

Viau, H., labour, July-Feb., June, 19 d. at $L50, 108 d. at $1.25, 319$ h. at lie 

Villeneuve, O., labour, June, 12 d. at $1.50 

Yach, II. , labour, June, 17 d. at $1 . 50 , 

Young, A., florist and labourer, 310£ d. at $1 .75 



$ cts. 
42, SSI 05 



si; to 


135 CO 


7!* 50 


26 ii7 


41 55 


30 00 


20 50 


is 00 


L5 00 


343 75 


21 00 


G23 25 


211 38 


4 00 


9 00 


378 00 


265 90 


2:. 50 


4S0 75 


36 00 


597 51 


39 96 


.".5 10 


447 SO 


104 45 


937 30 


618 09 


81 00 


307 28 


2 70 


357 59 


159 50 


323 57 


392 96 


138 36 


01 34 


747 89 


76 68 


626 36 


384 75 


688 50 


574 30 


57 56 


18 00 


150 06 


229 14 


38 10 


1 44 


23 17 


540 35 


5S9 01 


579 34 


411 i>: 


369 38 


220 86 


592 SO 


6 00 


453 50 


21 60 


451 SO 


21 12 


414 84 


001 02 


317 '.'7 


283 25 


18 00 


25 50 


543 09 


60,530 14 



V-124 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, &c. 

Brought forward e 

Public Works Department. 
Salaries in department at Ottawa (Page V— 17) 

Clerk of Works Staff ($8,220 72). 

Foieman of carpenters, J. H. Ellis, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

rt painters, Alf. Cote, 114 m. to June 30, 1902 

i, roofers, A. Spenard, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 , 

,, labourers, L. David, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

masons, S. Robitaille, July- June, 123 d. at $2 . 50, 242 at $3 

General jobber, A. Dion, July-June, 365 d. at $1 .75 

„ J. Gillespie, Apr. and June, 1901, 2 m. at $50 

L. Quesnel, July-June, 259*f d. at $1.75 

„ J. Richard, July-June, 274 d. at $2 

„ A. Z. Trudel, July-June, 282 d. at $2 

Asst. storekeeper, W. Laurencelle, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Mechanical Staff ($20,410.04). 



Boyer, J., helper, July-Nov., 404 m. at $45. G2 

Butland, Wm., electric bell hanger, 11 m. to May 31, ]902, at $65 

Cattellier, wireman, July at $50, Aug. -June, 11 m. at $55 

Charbonneau, N., helper, July-May, 10§ m. at $45 . 02 . 

Clancy, M., asst. engineer, July-May, 11 m. at $75 

Cousineau, W., helper, July-March, 7*03 m. at $45.62, . , 

Croll, R., electric bell hanger, July-May, 11 m. at $55 

Desjardins, A., steamfitter, July-May, d'i m. at $60 

Devine, Jas., wireman, July-June, ll^m. at $55 

Dube, Jos., helper, July-May, 9 63 m. at $45.62 

Demarais, F., plumber and gasfitter, July-May, 10|f m. at $60. . . 

Ferguson, Jos., care of shop, &c, July-May, 11 m. at $60 

Ferauson, T., pattern maker, July-May, 9 - 63 in. at $60 

i, M., helper, July-May, 9 ■ 138 m. at $45 . 62 



Flanagan, _._ 

Giroux. A., machinist, July-May, 9 63 m. at $60. 

Giroux', M., machinist, June, 1901, 11 d. at $65 per m 

Gleason, J., wireman, July- June, 12 m. at $45 

Hudon, A., wireman, July-Oct., 3/ T m. at $45 

Jacques, F., plumber and gasfitter, Sept. -May, 7'3 m. at $60 . . . 

Jenkins, Wm., wireman, July-June, 12 m. at $55 

Johnson, Jas., foreman electric light, June-June, 13 m. at $70. . 
Kelly, Jas., plumber and steamfitter, July- June, 9 '63 m. at $75. 

Letourney, A., plumber and gasfitter, July-Nov. 4| m. at $60 

Mahon, J., engineer and fireman, July-Jan., 627 m. at $55 

Mahon, M., wireman, Jan.- June, 4'7 m. at $50 

McDonald, A., helper, Oct. -Dec, April, 4 m. at $45.62 

O'Connor, P., fireman, Mar., 1 m. at $48 

O'Keefe, Wm., care waterclosets, July-May, 288 d. at $1.25 

O'Neill, A., wireman, Aug. -June, 265 d. at $2 

Paradis, E., helper, July-May, 9 ' 63 m. at $45.62 

Perkins, S., plumber and steamfitter, Aug. -May, 8 '03 m. at $60 

Pilon, J., helper, July-May, 9 ' 62 m. at $45 . 62 

Rice, J., machinist, July-Nov., \\ m. at $60 

Riendeau, A., helper, July-Nov., 4? m. at $45.62 

Ross, G., mechanic, Aug. -May, 8' 2 m. at $55 

Saunderson, G. F., steamfitter, July-May, 9 '63 m. at $60 

Servant, L., helper, July-May, 9 • 63 m. at $45.62. 

Smith, John, plumber and gasfitter, July-Nov., 4? m. at $65 

Smith, Wm., foreman engineer, July-May, 11 m. at $90 

Sparks, Geo., pipefitter, Oct.-Dec, April, 4 m. at $60 

Starrs, Wm., steamfitter, July-Jan., Mar.-May, 8'4 m. at $55.. 
Thompson Wm., electric bell hanger, July-May, 10|f m. at $50. 

Whalan, M., smith, July-May, 9 '63 m. at $75 

Whalan, Michael, helper, July-Nov., 4?- m. at $45.62 



Sundry . 

June 1901, pay-lists detailed in 1900-01 (V-89) $27,279.07 ; less error, 84c 
I. Cote, Ch. 20813, $10 ; J. B. St. Laurent, Ch. 18605, $12 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
60,536 14 

1,103 65 



1,095 00 
1,049 75 
912 60 
912 60 
1,033 50 
638 75 
100 00 
453 92 
548 CO 
564 00 
912 60 



184 54 
715 00 
655 00 
470 58 
825 00 
320 81 
605 00 

576 00 
623 34 
439 33 
636 77 
660 00 

577 80 
410 91 
577 80 

23 82 
540 00 
145 16 

437 35 
660 00 
910 00 
722 26 
264 00 
344 90 
235 48 
182 48 

48 00 
360 00 
530 00 
439 33 
481 67 

438 99 
264 00 
200 73 
449 81 
577 80 

439 33 
286 00 
990 00 
240 00 
461 41 
530 65 
722 26 
200 73 



27,278 23 
22 00 



117,570 78 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-125 



Ottawa Buildings: llepalr*, &c— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Sundry — Concluded. 
Less not charged to this vote : 

Ottawa M iiitary Store (Page V— 19) 2,443 67 

Ottawa Public Buildings — 

Addition to building over engine-house ( .. V— 20) 1,368 15 

Langevin block, new boiler ( „ V— 103) 588 14 

Senate chamber, electric wiring and Luxfer prisims ( ., V— 105) 1,593 85 

Post office, stone porch ( „ V— 103) 897 01 

.. re-wiring for electric service ( M V-103) 344 90 

Renovating, &c ( „ V— 104) 5,820 08 

Surveyor General's branch, fittings, &c ( .. V— 105) 1,394 58 

Mayor Hill Park, Plant House ( „ V— 103) 5,191 52 

Major Hill Park, improvements ( „ V— 103) 75187 

Rideau Hall ( „ V— 144) 482 48 

Grounds ( „ V-141) 4,138 03 

Removal of snow ( ,, V— 142) 1,773 92 

Experimental Farm ( „ V— ) 2,424 28 

National Art Gallery ( „ V— ) 505 00 

Reception to Duke of York ( „ V— ) 8,110 97 

Department of Agriculture ($2,580.31). 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Oct., 1900, April, 1901 

Bryson, Graham & Co.: blinds, 4 at $4.75, 3, $6.22; chairs, 1, $6.50, 6 at $1.80; desk, $23.50. 

Harris, Campbell & Boyden Furniture Co., chair 

LaHaise Bros : chairs, 6 at $2 ; desks, 2 at $32.50 

LeBlanc, J. O. : chairs, 2 at $1.50, 4 at $3, 4 at $4, 4 at $5, 4 at $7.50, 5 at $9.50; filing 

cases, 2 at $25 ; stools, 1, $4.50, 6 at $6, 2 (with back) at $8 

Ligget, Thos. : carpet, 48J yds. at $1 .30 ; sundry, $12. 68. 

Pearson, estate of Chas. E, rent of first flat Imperial building, 3 m. to May 17, 1902 

Ross, C, Co. : duck, 30 yds. at 45c.; labour, $1 .60 

Slater & Sherwood^rent of 191 Sparks St., 11 in. and 11 d. to Mar. 11, 1902, at $1,700 per 

annum 

Stewart & Co., chairs, 6 at $3.25 .....! 

Trudel, A. , sewing , \ \' 



Auditor GeneraVs Office ($181.75). 



Graves Bros. : water cooler and filter, $15.50 ; stand, $5. 
LeBlanc, J. O.: chairs, 2 at $2, 4 at $9.50 ; table, $5. . . . 
Ligget, Thos. : linoleum, 35 yds. at $1.35 ; sundry, $21. . 

McMillan, A., clock 

Woods, Jas. W., awnings, 4 at $7 .50, 1, $10 



Census, Seybold Building ($15,205.15). 



Ahearn & Soper : flex, cord, 570 ft. at 3c; key sockets, 38 at 28c; portable stands, 4 at $2. 
1,900 ft. R. C. wire, $76.80 ; sundry, $58.44 



50; 



Amiot, Lecours & Lariviere, galv. elbows, tees, bushings, &c, 

d'Argencourt, L. O.: brooms, 4 doz. ac $3.25 ; lye, 4 cases at $3.90 ; matches, 2 cases at $3 . 90 ; 
soap, cases at $3 . 30 ; candles, $2 . 25 

Bate & Co., 1 brl. sal. soda 

Borbridge, S. & H. : bags, 2 at $10 ; chest handles, $1 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : chairs, 13 at $1.25, 12 at $1.45, 3, $6.50; mirrors, at $2.25 ; revol- 
ving stools, 18 at B1.35 ; tables, 7 at $1.50 ; 3 pails, 90c 

Butterworth & Co. : contract fitting 2 boilers, $450 ; sundry, $23 .27 

Capital Planing Mill Co.: 1,000 ft. maple flooring, $40; cartage, 25c 

Cavanagh, Ed.: 1,654 ft. 6-in. iron pipe, $157.88 ; soil pipe, 125 ft. at 30c; Y's, 14 at $1.60 ; 
bends, 12 at $1.10 ; sundry, $38.93 

Charleson, W. G.: coolers, 2 at $13.50 ; water filters, 1, $12, 4 at $15, 2 at $11 ; metal lath, 
2,429§ yds. at 27^c; boiled oil, 88| galls, at 88c; staples, 263 lbs. at 25c; white lead, 
1,300 lbs. at $7 ; sundry, $5 



Bupuis, D.: lumber, 9,034 ft. (2 x 0) at $20 ; 1,000 ft. bosawood at $30 ; 1,750 ft. sidings, &c. 
at $35, 3,000 ft. at $45, 3,000 ft. at $55, 2,127 ft. at $17, 3,566 ft, at$18; cartage, &c, *14.03. 

Edwards, W. C, Co., Ltd.: maple, 4,850 ft. at $35 ; sundry, $6.50 

Goyer, D. , clock 

Grant Bros. , sash fasteners 

Graves Bros.: water cooler and stand, $10.50 ; 19 couplings, $17.10 ; sundry, $42.20 

Harris, Campbell & Boyden Furniture Co.: desk, $55.50 ; bookcase, $15 ; sundry, $7.50 

Kirby, T. S. & Co., limestone 

Lafleur, J. L., Montreal, nails, 2 kegs at $2.95, 2 at $3.15, 1 at $4.10, 100 lbs. at 15c 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
117,r»70 78 



37,831 11 



79,739 67 

19 90 
66 02 
11 00 

77 00 

235 00 
75 73 

450 00 
15 10 

1,609 56 

19 50 

1 50 



20 50 
47 00 
68 25 
6 00 
40 00 



172 98 
147 93 


58 45 

7 50 

21 00 


89 35 

473 27 

40 25 



269 91 



1,028 55 



687 22 


176 25 


11 00 


60 


09 80 


78 00 


3 00 


31 30 


85,868 09 



V-126 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, &c. — Continued. 



Brought forwar d 



corner basin tops with backs, $58 



Census, Scyhold Building — Continued. 

Lawson, Thos. , smith work 

LeBlanc, J. O.: chairs, 12 at §1.50, 5 at $9.50 ; tables, 5 at $14. . 

Marchand, P. E & Co., Emerson exhaust fan 

Mills, A. K. & Son : 3 basin tops with backs, $( 

Mitchell, Robert Co., steam gauge 

Montgomery, R. S. & Son, hair 

Murphy, John & Co. : carpet, 48 yds. at .$1 ; sundry, $4 . 64 , 

McDougal & Cuzner, drawer pulls, 5 doz., at $3 

McNeill & Stewart : cabinet with stand at $87; chairs, 1 rotary, $13.50, 3 typewriter at 
$10.50, 8 at $4 ; cuspidor, $L; flat top desk, $55 ; table with drawers, $25; filing case 
with base, $103 ; card index cabinet, $78 ; cards for same, 45,000 at $2 per M 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co.: asbestie paint,, 200 lbs. at 15c; rough asbestic, 42* tons at $7; 
asbestic finish, H tons at $14, 5 bags, $3.85; cement, 5 brls. w.c. at $2.50, 7 brls. at 
$2.85, 14 brls. Burham at $2.90 ; fireclay, 15 bags at $1.40; plaster of Paris, 27 brls. at 
$2 12^ 5 i* 000 scoria blocks, $55 ; fibre, $4 , 

Piche, P., cleaning chimneys 

Racine, A. & Co., Montreal: union cloth, 101 g yds. at 70c; wool-faced cloth, 243 yds. at 
$1.35; packing, $1 

Robertson, J as. Co., Montreal : Acme water-closets, 9 at $32.50; traps, 18 at $4.75; marble 
floor slabs, 9 at $3.75 ; sundry, $6.68 

Robertson, Thos. & Co., Montreal : angle valves, 24 at $1.95 ; 6 Jenkins valves, $24.94; 2 
check valves, $9 ; pipe stays, 9 at $1.95, 3 at $1.70 ; iron pipe, 1,023^ ft. 1-in. at $4.25; 
sundry, $7 . 38 ... 

Robillard & Co., Montreal, linoleum, 100 yds. at 80c 

Ross, C. Co. , muslin 

Seybold, J. A.: rent of Seybold Building, 15 m. to June 1, 1902, at $6,500 per annum ; less 
$650 paid in 1900-1 (Page V— 90) 

Storey, D.: base boards, 75 ft. at 40c; lumber, 1,117 ft. at $30, 2,500 at $35 ; sundry, $£7.91 

St. Pierre, H. & Co.: bookcases, 2 at $14 ; chairs, 175 at $1.40 ; tables, 3 at $12 

Square, The, 2 doz. jars , 

Trudel, A., sewing curtains . . , 

Valiquette, N. G.: bookcases, 1 at $11, 1 at $22.50 ; chairs, 1 at $2.50, 4 at $4 50, 4 at $6.50 
2 ac $9.50, 1 at $10, 1 at $12 ; 2 medicine chests, $6 ; desks, 3 at $35, 1 at $30 ; tables, 
37 at $18 

Woods, Jas. W., awnings, 11 at $4, 13 at $5.50, 14 at $7.50, 8 at $S, 7 at $9.50 

Customs Department (§292.37). 

Bailey, Geo. , smith work, Oct. 1900 to April, 1901 

Bryson, Graham & Co., 2 tables 

Charleson, W. G., truck 

Graves Bros. : water coolers, 2 at $7 . 50 ; hardware, $S . 60 

LaHaise Bros.: 2 stools at $2.50 , 

LeBlanc, J. O., chairs, 1 at $2.50, 3 at $9.50. 

Ligget, 1'hos. : linoleum, 43 yds. at $1 . 25 ; laying, $2.15 

May, Geo. & Sons, 1 leather and 1 canvas case for cases 

McNeill & Stewart, typewriter chair 

Remington Standard Typewriter Co., Toronto, chair 

Ross, C. Co. : carpet, 40| yds. at $1 . 25 ; sundry, $19 .10 

Woods, Jas. W., awning , 



Customs: New Offices, Yiellington St. (§2,352.53). 

Ahearn & Soper : cleat rosettes, 75 at 20c; flex, cord, 1,000 ft. at 3c; key sockets, 115 at 33c 

shades, 70at50c, 15at 65c, 30at85c; electroliers, 1— 3-lt., $12.60, 1— 1-lt., $10.30, 2— 2-lt. 

$8.15, 1— 1-lt., $6.90; sundry, $32.58. 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, June- Aug., 1900 

Butterworth & Co.: Jenkins' globe valves, 15 at $1.60, 15 at $1.25, 8 at 95c; iron pipe, 203 

ft. at 4c, 97 at 6c; sundry, $17.82 

Canada Radiator Co., radiator , 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd., shelving to detail 

Harris & Campbell, 24 base blocks 

Ligget, T. : linoleum, 18g yds. at 85c ; laying, 90c 

Ottawa Building Co., rent of building Nos. 98 and 100 Wellington St., 15 m. to May 1, 1902, 

at $1,500 per annum 



Dominion Police (§116.66). 

Charlebois, D. N., coal oil, 47 '7 galls, at 28 '53c; barrel, 75c. 

McMillan, A., repairs to clock 

Reiffenstein, G. C. : Babcock charges, 24 boxes at $4.20 



Carried forward. 



$ cts 


85,868 09 


8 30 


135 50 


90 00 


121 00 


1 75 


2 40 


52 64 


15 00 



576 00 



563 51 


1 50 


400 10 


418 43 


154 25 


80 00 


3 50 


7,475 00 


208 91 


309 00 


1 00 


2 50 


928 00 


351 00 


48 45 


2 50 


11 00 


23 60 


5 00 


31 00 


55 90 


17 50 


10 50 


7 50 


69 42 


10 00 



223 73 


46 00 


82 11 


16 80 


90 00 


2 40 


16 49 



1,875 00 



14 36 

1 50 

100 80 



100,528 94 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-127 



Ottawa Buildings : Itcpaire, &c. — Continued. 

I '.] i night forward 

Drill Ball (967.96), 

Ottawa Electric Co. : 3-lt. chandeliers, 3 at $8.50 ; shades, 10 at COc, 12 at 70aj labour, &c. 
$24.45 



Finance Department (9446 -4 '')■ 



Bailev, Geo., smithwork, Oct. 1000- A pi. 1001 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : linoleum, 36 yds. at $1.10 ; laying, $1 ; 1 blind, So 

( i-raves Bros., water cooler and filter 

Harris, Campbell & Boyden Furniture Co.: 4 chairs, $15.50; desk, |40; lounge, §18 

table, $20 

LeBlanc, J. O., chair 

Liggett, T. : carpet, 30 yds. at $1.25- ; 4 mats and rugs, $23 ; sundry, $7.04 

MeM illan, A. : clock, $9 ; repairs, $5 , 

Pritchard- Andrews Co., bi ass rail 

Koss, C, Co. : carpet, 4 i|i yds. at §1.25 ; rug, $10.88 ; sundry, $5.58 

Trudel, A., sewing 



Fish Hatcher y (SI). 



LeBlanc, J. O., stove grate. 



Fisheries Museum ($50.40). 
LeBlanc, J. O. : coal stove, $45 ; sundry, $5.40 



French Translators ($420). 

Ranger, D. V. : rent of second floor premises, cor. Clarence and Sussex Sts., 12 m. to May 1 
1002 



Geological Museum (■$ 1,220 .10). 



Ahcarn & Soper : exhaust fan, $48 . 25 ; sundry, $11 .50 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Oct. 1000-Apl. 1001 

Baskerville, P. & Bros., rent of building Sussex St., 15 m. to June 1, 1002, at $000. 

Bryson, Graham & Co., fl ^ur 

Fireman's Benevolent Association, flushing drains. . 

Harris & Campbell, large case draw is 

LaHaise Bros. : chairs, 3 at $1 .50, 3 at $2, 1 at $8 

LeBlanc, J. O.: chairs, 4 at $2, 2 at $8.50, 1 at $0.50 ; tables, G at $2.50 

Ligget, T. : linoleum, 30 yds. at $1 . 35 ; laying, $1 . 50 

Ottawa Electric Co.: motor current, 1 h. p., V6\ m. to Feb. 1, 1002 at $50 

Piche, P. , cleaning chimneys 



Government Electric Light Station ($2. 25). 
Lepine, N. G., repairs to belt on dynamo , 



Governor GevcraVs Office (910). 
Ligget, Thos., linoleum, 8 yds. at $1.25 



Greenhouses (-926 75). 
Woods, Jas. W., galv. wire, rope, &c. and 50 hrs. labour. 



Grounds (979.65). 

Eileen, G. F., gravel, 4 loads at 50c, G at 62J&, 38 at $1.25. 

Lawson, Thos., brass collars for lamp posts, 08 at 30c 

McDougal & Cuzner, 2 doz. snow shov* k 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
100,528 94 

G7 05 



G8 00 
45 60 

15 50 

03 50 
'.i 50 
67 54 
14 00 
GO 00 
72 32 
50 



1 00 



50 40 



420 00 



59 75 

1 15 

750 00 

45 

20 00 

215 00 

18 50 

49 50 

42 00 

56 25 

7 50 



2 25 



10 00 



26 75 



53 25 

20 40 
6 00 



102,853 50 



V-128 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, &c. — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



House of Commons ($1,7 4S .31). 



Archambault, Jos., painting and papering 

Bailey, Geo., smith work, Oct. 1900- Apl. 1901 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co.: 8 drawer cabinet, .$16 ; locking attachment, $4. 50 

Edwards, W. C. Co. Ltd., set partitions for bathroom 

Harris, Campbell & Boyden Furniture Co.: 2 oak chairs, $30 ; leather couch, $25 ; roll top 

desk, $40 ; table, $30 ; sundry, $22.35 

Ligget, T. : linoleum, 36£ yds. at $1 . 35, 20 at $1 . 20 ; sundry, $15 . 10 

Marshall & Fudge, cleaning carpets 

Mills, A. K. & Son., tile floor for barber shop, 4GG£ ft. at GGc 

Ottawa Electric Co., 1 4-lt. cluster and reflector ... 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co.: covering, 184 ft. at 22c, 115| at 27c; sundry, $10.08 

Piche, P., cleaning chimneys 

Robertson, Jas., Co., Montreal, 4 porcelain roll rim baths at $85 , 

Robillard & Co., Montreal : carpet, 53A yds. at $1.40 ; making, $3.75 

Trudel, A. , sewing 

Department of Indian Affairs ($106.07). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Oct. 1900-Apl. 1901, 

Bryson, Graham & Co., mat 

Butterworth & Co., hardware 

Goyer, D., repairs 

Howe, E., plate glass 

LeBlanc, J. O., cushion 

McMillan, A., repairs to clock 

Boss, C, Co., 6 chairs 

Stewart & Co., 2 chairs at $G.50 

Trudel, A. , sewing 

Woods, Jas. W. , awning 



Inland Revenue Department ($1,011:32.) 

Ahearn, & Soper : annunciator, $9 ; 2 fan motors, $50 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Oct. 1900-Aprl. 1901 

Bryson, Graham & Co.: 8 blinds, $13.90 ; linoleum, 31 yds. at $1 ; sundry, $2.50 , 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co. : metal fittings for inside safe 

Leblanc, J. O., 3 chairs at $9.50 , 

Legget, Thos.: linoleum, 53 yds. at $1.35; 22 mats, $76.75; Wilton carpet, 10 yds. at j 

sundry, $7.25 

Mills, A. K. & Son : tiling walls and floor of lavatory, $180 ; sundry, $14 

Orr, Robt. , altering wire partition 

Robertson, Jas. Co., Montreal ; 2 Kenny combinations complete, ' Acme ' bowls 

Ross, C. Co.: carpet, 35^ yds. at $1.25; green cloth, 5 yds. at $2.50; linoleum, 80£ yds. a 

$1.15, 50^ at $1.25; sundry, $3G.25 

St. Jean, L. G. : clocks, 3 at 5.50 ; lounge, $12 ; sundry, $11.50 -. 

Trudel, A. , sewing curtains 

Woods, James W., awnings, 1, $5 ; 1, $5.50 ; 1, $7 ; 1, $9 ; 1, $10 



$ cts. 



Department of the Interior (5,5/^.72.) 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Oct. 1900-Apil., 1901 

Bryson, Graham & Co.: blinds, $G ; rollers, 8 at $4.50 ; tables, 1, $10.75, 1, $8.40 

Charlebois, J. O., ice, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 , 

Harris & Campbell ; rack for paper files, $11 ; chair, $1.25 

La Haise Bros. : chairs. 5 at $1.75, 6 at $2, 2 at $2.75, 1 at $8.50 

LeBlanc, J. O., chairs,' 4 at $9.50 ; roll top desk, $3S ; stool, $6.50 

Ligget, Thos. : linoleum, 15 yds. at $1.15 ; laying, 75c 

Miller & Richard : electrotype cabinet, $33 ; stationery cabinet, $29 

McMillan, A. , repairs to clock , 

Orr, Robert : office blind screens, 2 at $11.91 ; painting screens, $6.60 

Ottawa Building Co.: rent of building cor. Metcalfe and Slater Sts., 12 m. to June 1, 1902. 

Ross, C. Co. : carpet, 63f yds. at $1.60 ; 2S§ yds. at $1.38 ; sundry, $24.85 

Trudel, A., sewing 

Thistle, The Misses, rent of 3 flats in Thistle Chambers, 2 yrs. to April 30, 1902 



Department of Justice ($259.70.) 



Bailey, George, smithwork, Oct., 1900- April, 1901 

Bryson, Graham & Co., 5 blinds 

Desrivieres, J. A., lumber, &c 



Carried forward. 



102,853 50 


18 00 


504 10 


20 50 


70 00 


147 35 


88 04 


72 16 


307 72 


3 50 


81 74 


8 55 


340 00 


78 65 


8 00 


51 70 


2 75 


6 83 


6 75 


5 00 


2 00 


1 50 


9 54 


13 00 


2 00 


5 00 


59 00 


34 25 


47 40 


25 00 


28 50 


185 55 


194 00 


6 00 


102 60 


248 52 


40 00 


4 00 


36 50 


50 45 


61 15 


24 00 


12 25 


34 75 


82 50 


18 00 


62 00 


1 50 


30 42 


3,000 00 


166 70 


1 00 


2,000 00 


36 05 


10 36 


14 81 


111,325 14 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-129 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, &c— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Department of Justice— Concluded. 



Eclipse Office Furniture Co., keys, &c 

Groyer, D., repaiara 

LeBlanc, J. ()., chair 

Ligget, Thos.: carpet and linoleum, 75;] yds. at $1.35: 

May, Geo. & Sons, shelf binding 

McMillan, A.: clock, $6 ; repairs, §1.50 

Remington Standard Typewriter Co., Toronto, chair 
Woods, J anies \V., awning 



rugs, 1, §8.50, 1 at §20 ; sundry, §21.60 



Labour Department ($1,255.75). 



Molsons Bank : rent of two flats, 12 m. to Mar. 31,1002. 

Pritchard, Andrews Co., brass plate 

Trudel, A., sewing curtains 

Woods, Jas. W., awnings, 6 at §6 



Langevin Block ($623.21). 



Ahearn & Soper : rawhide pinion §60 ; repairs §2 . 88 

Bryson, Graham & Co., cotton " 

Butterworth & Co. : hose, 100 ft. at 17^c. ; sundry §110 ...................... 

Charlebois, J), N. : soap, brooms, &c ......... 

Charlebois, J. O. , brooms, soap, &c 

Cowan, John, car tickets, Apr. 7-May 28, 1902 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd. :' cherry door, frame and arch §32 ; cartage 50c ...... 

Graves Bros. , hardware ......*.". 

Howell, estate of Samuel, rent of casement, 12 m. to Apr. 25, 1902 

McCullough, G. W. : firebrick, 2, 500 at ,§29 . 75 ; cartage §3 . 75 ....'.'..'..', '. [ . '."..'.'.' 

Ottawa Electric Co.: running elevators, special service year 1900 filling water tank during 

repairs at pumping station 

Perley, G. H. : rent of casement, 2 yrs. to Oct. 1, 1901 

Piche, P., cleaning chimneys 

Stephen Bros., paint, oil, &c 

Walworth Mfg. Co., Boston, 4 thermometers 



Library of Parliament ($11/1.25). 



Bailey, Geo., smith work, Oct., 1900- Apr., 19ul 

Edwards, W. C. Co., Ltd.: lumber, 370 ft. at §35, 580 ft. at §55 ; cartage 25c" 
Wilson, Jas, & Co., framing portrait 



Department of Marine and Fisheries ($95.50). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Oct., 1900- Apr., 1901 

Bryson, Graham & Co.: linoleum, 11£ yds. at §1 ; laying same 60c. 

Butterworth & Co., 3 registers 

Harris, Campbell & Boyden Furniture Co., stool 

McNeill, E. R., typewriter cabinet 

Pritchard- Andrews Co., 16 copper pieces 

Woods, Jas. W., awning , 



Militia Department ($550.75). 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Oct., 1900-Apr., 1901 

Bryson, Graham & Co.: 4 blinds §5.60 ; 3 tables §5.2.") ; pail 70c. 

Harris & Campbell : desk §27 ; book-case, $9 .90 

Harris, Campbell & Boyden Furniture Co., desk 

Ligget, T., 2 rugs 

Slater & Sherwood : rent of 

rent 
Snider, 
Trudel, A., sewing. 



& Sherwo-xl : rent of rooms 19 and 30 Sparks Chamber-* m. to Dec. 1 §168 • 6 m 

nt of vault §30 ; 5 lights §2.50 ' * 

% J. B., Waterloo : standing desk §15 ; desk §72 



Mounted Police ($1,597.28). 



Desrivieres, J. A.: cedar, 175 ft. at 6c. ; 500 ft. flooring, §17.50; 1,025 ft. lumber $?5 63 

sundry, §8 . 37 

Dupuis, D., lumber, 4,025 ft. (2-in. x 12-in.) at §20 ; cedar, 410 ft. at 5c; sundry §13 98 



1— 9v 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 


111,325 14 


2 00 


2 00 


9 50 


152 48 


6 00 


7 50 


7 50 


11 50 



1,200 00 

12 00 

7 75 

36 00 



62 88 


5 81 


127 50 


38 20 


15 30 


7 50 


32 50 


11 20 


5 00 


78 12 


194 25 


10 00 


2 00 


18 55 


14 40 


6 15 


45 10 


90 00 


27 10 


11 85 


9 55 


5 00 


25 00 


7 50 


9 50 



55 30 
11 55 
36 90 

155 00 
8 50 

200 50 

87 00 

2 00 



62 00 
114 98 



114,373 06 



V-130 



AUDITOR GENERAL 1 8 REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, &c. — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Mounted Police- -Concluded. 

Slater and Sherwood ($1,420.30)— 

Kent of 172 Wellington street, 9 m. to Dec. 15, 1901 at $540, $405 ; 6 m. to June 15, 1902, 

at $1,140, $570 ; rent of new part, June 13-Dec. 15, 1901, $303.30 

Rent of rooms 19 and 30 Sparks Chambers, 2 m. to June 1, 1901, $56, 2 m. to Feb. 1, 

1902, $56 ; rent of vault, $20 ; lights, $10 



Ordnance Lands Office ($1.50). 



McMillan, A., repairs to clock. 



Parliament Building and Library ($327.11). 

Abeam & Soper : cherry bracket vases, 40 at 70c, flexible metallic conduit, nickel plated, 48 
ft. at 70c, 99 ft. at 40c; lengthening fixtures, 34 at 60c; spun canopies, 34 at 35c ; shade 
holders, 4 at 90c per doz., 112 at 13c, 40 at 30c ; shades, 120 at 55c ; 21 switch bases 
$6.75 ; labour, 188 h. at 50c .. . . . 



Post Office and Customs House ($1,896.69). 

Bartlett, J. H., care of clock, 12 m. to June 30, 1901. 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : mirror 

Dupuis, D.: sidings, 500 ft. at $25, 500 at $30, 500 at $40 ; cartage, 50c 

Egan Estate Co. : rent of building Sparks St., for examining warehouse, 2 years to May 1, 

1902 at $850 

Holland, A. & Son : oiling floor, $22 ; sundry, $2. . . 

May, Geo. & Sons, leather belt for machine, etc 

Orr, Robt. : wire screen, $6 . 13 ; bronzing, $1 . 50 _. 

Ottawa Electric Co., motor current. 1 h. p., 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1902 '. 



Post Office Department ($1,118.85). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Oct. 1900-April, 1901 

Bell Telephone Co.: warehouse portable set complete, $12 ; portable stand, $4.50 ; battery, 50c 

Bryson, Graham & Co., chairs, 1, $7.50, 7 at $4.35 

Butterworth & Co. , water cooler 

Goyer, D. : clock, $9 . 50 ; repairs, $5 

Harris & Campbell, stool 

Harris, Campbell & Boyden Furniture Co., desk 

Hemming, E , 2 trucks 

LeBlanc, J. O.: chairs, 2 at $9.50 ; castors, 50c; glass, $2.50 

Merrick, W. J., blind 

Slater & Sherwood : rent of part of upper flat of Sparks Chambers, 15 m. to May 1, 1902 at $540 
Trudel, A., sewing curtains < 



Printing Bureau ($603.96). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Oct., 1900-April, 1901 

Bruce, Geo., repairs to engine. . 

Desrivieres, J. A., lumber 

Dupuis, D. : flooring, 1,220 ft. at $25 ; pine, 6G4 ft., at $21 ; sundry, 95c 

Graves, Bros., 3 water coolers at $7.50 

Law, Bros & Co., 34 grate bars, 1,400 lbs. at 2^c 

LeBlanc, J. O. : Quebec heater, $17 : sundry, $2.50 

Leduc, J., stone, 2 toise at $6.50 „ 

Loftus, J. H., cementing roof, 291 sq. yds. at $1 

Ottawa Auer Light Co., mantle and chimney 

Robertson, Jas. C, Montreal : 1 urinal 



Privy Council ($167.45). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Oct. 1900-April, 1901. 

LaHaise, Bros., chair 

Pritchard, Andrews Co., brass rail 



Public Works Department ($3,780.08). 



Ash field, Miss M., decanter and tumblers 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Oct. 1900-April 1901 
Borbridge, S. & H., making leather case 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
114,373 06 



1,278 30 
142 00 



1 50 



327 11 



60 00 


1 00 


48 00 


,700 00 


24 00 


6 06 


7 63 


50 00 


66 40 


17 00 


37 95 


5 50 


14 50 


3 00 


165 00 


105 00 


22 00 


3 50 


675 00 


4 00 


49 35 


82 99 


4 65 


45 40 


22 50 


35 00 


19 50 


13 00 


291 00 


62 


39 95 


51 95 


9 50 


100 00 



1 20 

971 05 
1 25 



120,882 42 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-131 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Sec— Continued. 



Brought forward 

Public Works Department — Concluded. 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : Gladstone bag, $6 ; cabinet, $7.76 ; carpet, 20 yds. at $1 ; office 
chair, $12.05; chairs, 1, $1.25, 3 at $2, 4 at $3.75; couches, 1, $14, 1, $0; damask, 60£ 
yds. at $1.10 ; desk. $34.50 ; revolving bookcase, $6.25 ; grey hair, 30 lbs. at 05c. ; linoleum, 
10 | yds. at $1, 52 yds. at $1.25; satchel, $8.95; trunk, $11 ; ticking, 111 yds. at 2Cc. ; 
sundry, $130.52 



Butterworth & Co., carpet sweeper 

Cassidy, John L., Co., lamp 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co. : window lifts, Locks, etc , 

Edwards, W. C, Co., Ltd. : black walnut back for book-case, $50; 500 ft. flooring and 
cartage, $17.75 

Eureka File Co. , aluminum newspaper files, 7 at $2 , 

Garrioch, Godard & Co., 8 dry cells battery 

Goldie & McCulloch : safe with marble top, $175 ; freight, etc., $10.57 , 

Goyer, D. : 3 clocks, $40 ; repairs, $4.50 , 

Graves, Bros., water cooler and filter, 2 at $13.50 ; stand, $4.50 , 

Guindon, J. B. E. A., electric clock 

Hamilton, Grant, Oil Co. : ' Sterling Cylinder ' oil, lll£ galls, at GOc 

Harris, Campbell & Boyden, Furniture Co. : mirror, stool, etc 

Herbert, H. P., 3 pictures at $5 ... . . 

Ives, H. R. & Co. : circular iron staircase, $154 ; extra railing, $G ; freight, $3.75 

Kirby, T. S. & Co., limestone 

LaHaise, Bros. : desks, 2 roll top at $32.50, 1 flat top at $38 ; table, etc., $4.75 

LeBlanc, J. O. : cabinet, $10 ; chairs, 1, $4.50, 1, $5.25, 1, $5, 1, $7, 2 at $7.50, 2 at $8.50, Sat 
$9.50, 4 at 80c, 2 at $2; glass, $2.50; stool, $6; typewriters' desks, 1, $49, 1, $47.50; 1 
desk, $35 ; table, $11.50 

Liggett, Thos. : carpet, 511 yds. at $1.30, 22^ yds. at $1.35 ; 2 rugs, $16 ; sundry, $10.64 

M ay, Geo., & Sons, trunk handles, etc 

McDonald, W. B., absorbent cotton 

McNeil & Stewart, double desk , 

McNeil, Ed. R., table 

Olmstead & Hurdman : repairs to clock, $1 ; paid twice 

Orr, R., bed spring 

Robertson, Thos., & Co., Montreal, hardware , 

Robillard & Co., Montreal : carpet. 80f yds. at $1.40 ; sundry, $20.88 

Ross, C, Co.: carpet, 48 r 3 ff yds. at $2; table cover, $6.50; Axminster mat, $12; sundry, 



$ cts. 
120,882 42 



$22. 61 



Slater & Sherwood : rent of office, 15, 41 and 42 Sparks Chambers, 3 m. to Dec. 23, 1901 

Stephen, Bros., pane 1-in. plate glass 

Stewart & Co. : leather, 172 ft. at 33c, 105£ at 25c ; typewriter desk, $33 

Trudel, A., sewing curtains, etc 

Toronto Carpet Mfg. Co., 3 rugs at $3.50 (Mr. Tartc) 

Valiquette, 1ST. G., desk 

Wilson, Jas., & Co., framing 59 pictures 

Woods, Jas. W. : awnings, 1 at $9, 1 at $10, 1 at $11, 2 at $11.50, 2 at $20, 1 at $36 ; cushions, 



3 at $1.50 ; flag, $25 ; linen shades put up, 27 at 50c 



Department of Railways and Canals ($240.81). 



Bailey, Geo., smith work. October, 1900- April, 1901 

Bryson, Graham & Co.: 2 blinds, $9 ; mouldings, 132 ft. at 5c. 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co. : 4 sectional book cases., 

Goyer, D., repairs 

LeBlanc J. O., chair 

Ligget, Thos.: carpet, 52 y. at $1.25 ; sundry, $11.96 

Trudel, A., sewing. . . 

Woods, Jas. W., awning 



Ranger's Cottage, Carticr Square. 



Ahearn & Soper, electrical supplies 

Department of the Secretary of State (-$278.01). 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, October, 1900-April, 1901 

Edwards, W. C, Co., Ltd., lumbar, &c 

LeBlanc, J. O., chairs, 3 at $1.50 

Bhilbert, Geo., painting, &c, two rooms and passage between 

Ross, C., Co., Brussels rug 

Trudel, A., sewing 

Woods, Jas. W., awnings, 3 at $11.50 



l-9Jv 



Carried forward. 



463 79 


3 75 


5 00 


15 95 


67 75 


14 00 


3 20 


185 57 


44 50 


31 50 


37 50 


66 90 


22 45 


15 00 


163 75 


4 37 


107 75 


298 45 


129 65 


11 70 


3 00 


55 00 


6 00 


2 00 


3 50 


1 69 


133 93 


137 53 


126 00 


90 00 


116 15 


19 25 


10 50 


75 00 


162 50 



172 00 



42 75 
15 60 

75 00 
3 50 
9 50 

76 96 
5 00 

12 50 



9 45 



7 55 


12 25 


4 50 


172 56 


46 30 


35 


34 50 


124,217 27 



V-132 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, &c— Continued. 



Brought forward 

Senate ($361.07). 



Bailey, Geo., snrithwork, October, 1900-April, 1901 

Desrivieres, J. A.: lumber, 574 ft. at §25, 325 ft. at $30, 325 ft. at $50 ; cartage, 75c 

Edwards, W. C, & Co., Ltd. : 1,000 ft. boards, $35 ; cartage, 25c 

Jarman, F. : repairs to frames . 

LeBlanc, J. O. : bookcases, $9; chairs, 1 at $9.50, 1 at $10, 1 at $13.50; desk, $40 ; lounge, 

$11 ; table, $1.25 

Marshall & Fudge, cleaning carpets, 2,588 y. at 4c 

Piche, P. , cleaning chimneys , 



Supreme Court ($109.35). 



Bailey, Geo., smith work, October, 1900-April, 1901. 

Ligget, Thos., linoleum, 17 y. at $1.75, laid for 

Loftus, J. H., cementing roof, 53 sq. at $1 

Ottawa Gas Co., heater 



Timber and Land Office. 



Woods, Jas. W., awning. 



Department Trade and Commerce (-$33.60). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, October, 1900-April, 1901. 

Graves Bros., water cooler and filter , 

Ligget, Thos., rug - , , 

Orr, Robt., fender 



Government Workshops ($3,730.90). 

Baldwin Iron and Steel Works, foundry work 

Bell Telephone Co. : wire, 2,000 ft at 3c; cleats, $1.44 

Cavanagh, Ed. : metal lath, 5 ' 04 y. at 33c 

Driscoll, D. J. : flooring, 500 ft. at $30 ; angle bend, 30c 

Dupius, D.: lumber, 4,028 ft. at $23, 4,061 ft. at $24, 2,000 ft. at $26 ; sundry, $23.62 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd,: lumber, 3,450 ft. ash, basswood, &c, at $30 ; 2,000 ft. flooring 

at $35, 3,025 ft. boards at $42 ; cartage, &c, $3.77 

Foster, T. K. & Co.: oak tanned belt, 74 ft. at 70c, 110£ ft. at 32£c., 111 ft., $31.51 

Harris, Campbell & Boyden, Furniture Co., bandsawing, &c 

Ives, H. R. & Co. : Buffalo boiler, $203 ; freight, $8. 16 ; over paid, 5c. . 

Ottawa Electric Co.: lightning arrester, $15 ; electric power supplied to Mar. 6, 1902, 1,220,500 

Watt hours, at 10c. per M. ; rent of meter, $7 . 25 , 

Ottawa Water Works, 3-in. connection 

Slater and Sherwood ($1,450) — 

Rent of 186 Wellington St., 15 m. to June 30, 1902 at $800 

Rent of lot, 15 m. to June 30, 1902 at $360 

Wright, Mrs. Mary : rent of 180-184 Wellington St., 15 m. to May 1, 1902 at $600 



Public Works Department : Stores ($102,857.78). 

Ahearn feSoper: Edison lamps, 300 at 20c; 774 fuse links, $18.06; repairing and recali- 
brating type ' K ' illuminated dial ammeter No. 291, $32.40; shades, 12 at $1.35, 62 at 50c, 
20 at 65c; 2,100 ft. transformers, 200 lights at $1.10; wire moulding with capping, 200 
ft. at 2|c, 458 ft. at 3.3c; rewinding motor dynamo armature, $54 "5S ; sundry, $163.28. . 

Archambault & Oakes : blue cloth, 49| y. at $1 ; linen, 231| y. at 15c; Hessian, 106 y. at 25c 

Bate & Co. : 2 do/., brooms, $9 . 60 ; box soap, $4 . 50 

Beauchamp, A. A. , repairs to clock 

Belanger, Mrs. V. A., cotton wipers, 34 lbs. at 10c 

Bell Telephone Co.: cable reels, 3 at $10 ; cleats, $11.64 ; wire, 4,000 ft. at 2c, 7,193 ft. at 3c 

Bellingham, W. & Co. , 1 2 grate bars -. 

Boyden. Son & Co.: 24 shades, $18 ; 24 shade holders, $12 ; 12 globes, $1.20 

Bryson Graham & Co.: batting, 160 bundles at 10c; duck cover, $26; damask, 119i yds. at 
$1.10; enamel cloth, 25 yds. at 48c, 62 at 60c; leather, 359 ft. at 22c; moulding, 15 
lengths at 60c, 252 ft. at 5c: repp, 25 y. at $1.25, S2. l T at $1.85; rollers, 7 at $1.85; 6 
hides, $62.48 ; sundry, $77.72. ... '. 

Butterworth & Co.: basins, 13 at $1; basin cooks, 17 at $1.75; block tin, 28 lbs. at 36c; 
check valves, 5 at $2.90 ; galv. valves, 4 at $3.50, 4 at $4.75 ; drawer pulls, 1 gross, $36, 
3 doz. at $5. 50; 1 doz. cylinder locks, $10 ; galv. iron, 792 lbs. at 6c; galv. iron pipe, 
609 ft. at ll^c; hemp packing, 58 lbs. at 20c; ingot tin, 56 lbs. at 45c; linen hose coupled, 
600 fit. (2|-in.)at 35c; 600 ft. (1^-in.) at 25c; Yale locks, 2 at $1.75, 48 at $1.95 ; soil pipe, 
70 ft. at 4~5c; sundry, $499.78 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



124,217 27 



12 05 
41 10 
35 25 
60 50 


91 25 
.03 52 
14 40 


20 60 

29 75 

58 00 

75 



10 00 



10 10 

15 50 

4 00 

4 00 


174 25 
61 44 

166 32 
15 30 

265 74 


304 32 

119 22 

12 25 

211 11 


144 30 
56 65 


,000 00 
450 00 
750 00 



629 55 

110 69 

14 10 

3 50 

3 40 

337 43 

18 85 

31 20 



660 26 



1,305 56 



131,576 73 



PI BLIO W0BK8 DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-133 



Ottawa Uiiildiiigs : Repairs, Ace— Continued. 



Brought forward 

Publie Works Department, Stores — Continued. 



Campbell, W. J., steel ash boxes, 10 at $14 , 

Canadian General Electric Co., 3 carbon holders and postage , 

Cassidy, John L., tumblers, &c , 

Cavanagh, Ed.: brooms, 4 doz. at $3.50; 384 bushings, $23.40 ; 322 couplings, $17.87; 709 
elbdws,$48.12;glue,277 lbs. at 10£c.; globe valves,24 at $1,24 at $1.25,36,$2L24;tube, polished 
and lacquered, 96 ft. at 52r,c. ; 346 tees, $30.16 ; soap, boxes at $3.25 ; hat and coat hooks, 
12 doz. at $1.25 ; galv. iron pipe, 505J ft, at $5.75, 5334; ft. at $7.15 ; iron pipe, 5084 ft. 
(2-in.) at $10.80, paid twice, 507^ ft. at $8.10, 253J ft. at $1.95, 236$ ft, at $3.20, 50lJ ft. 
ai $2.75 ; 054 gross screws, $1,091.80 ; sundry, $72.79 ; voucher out, $07.37 

Charlebois, D. N.: soap, &c, $28.10 ; coal oil, 48^ galls, at 30c 

Charlebois, J. O. : matches, 5 cases at $4.90 ; salt, $3. GO 

Charleson, W. G.: boiler, $14.75 ; iron pipe, 228 ft. j-in. at $5, 2,177 ft. l.in. at $5.80 ; nails, 
1 keg at $3.20, at $3.35, 4 at $3.40, 1 at $3.50, 1 at $3.90, 1 at $4, 3 at $8.50, 102 lbs. at 
9c; lire irons, 10 sets at $4.75; sheet lead, 788 lbs. at 7c; 1 doz. Yale latches, $27 
manilla, 132 lbs. at 15c; 1,850 sq. ft. glass, $404.75; 1 brl. benzine, $11.10; banana oil 
10 galls, at $2.25; paint oil, 370 galls, at 85c; 10 brls. turpentine, $322.42; methylated 
spirits, 383 galls, at $1.70 ; paint, 341 lbs. at 3c, 300 lbs. at 3Jo., 340 at 4c, 1,524 at 5c, 
100 at 6c, 100 at 8c, 100 at 12c, 100 at 17c, 100 lbs. shutter green at 18c, 25 lbs. blue at 
40c, 25 lbs. vermilion at $1. 15, 100 lbs. white enamel at 25c, 500 lbs. ochre at $5, 500 
lbs. ochre at $6, 5 pekg. gold leaf at $9, 7,05G lbs. whiting at 70c per 100 lbs.; putty, 
4,820 lbs. at 3c; orange shellac, 94^ galls, at $1.90, 30 at $2.50 ; white shellac, 47i galls, 
at $2.25; 10 galls, gold size japan at $1.75; white lead, 2^ tons at $140; painter's 
sponges, 39 lbs. at $1 ; painter's dusters, 2£ doz. at $15 ; 14 doz. brushes, $190.90 ; 1 doz. 
kalsomine brushes, $52.50 ; 2 doz. camel's hair brushes, $24.65 ; 4 doz. fitches, $22 ; 9 doz. 
sash tools, $83.10 ; knife diamonds, 6 at $5.50 ; japanned tins, 3 doz. at $6, 3 doz. at $10 ; 
sundry, $477.10 

Chitty & Co., sand 

Chisnall, T. W., 10 galls, comax fluid. . . . .' 

Cole's National Mfg. Co., shades, 6 at $5.25, 4 at $1.60, 2 at $1.50, 4 at $1.40, 9, $13.05 

Coursolles, C. H.: 6 annunciators, $13.50 ; 515| ft. silk cable, $53.58 ; 3,100 ft. flex, cord, 
$69 ; 72 microphone batteries, $108 ; 200 contact springs and washers, $28 ; 205 contact 
parts, $30.75; 200 ft. circular loom, $18.50; insulating joints, 95 at 50c; 212 fuse plugs 
$25.44 ; key sockets, 174 at 25c; 72 ceiling rosettes, $18 ; switches, 36 at 40c, 20 at 37t>c 
16 at 30c; bell wire, 79 lbs. at 45c; 5,262 ft. R.C. wire, $136.33 ; telephone wire, 4,100"ft 
at 3c; sundry, $234.91 ; overpaid, $0.88 

Desrivieres, J. A., lumber . 

Dupuis, D.: lumber, 15,311 ft. boards at $18, 2,615 ft., 3x4, 1-in., 1 x 12, at $20, 6,030 ft. 
(lj-in., H-in.) at $50 ; sundry, $17.94 

Eclipse Office" Furniture Co.: contact points and springs, 248 at 25c; lamp, &c, $1.25 

Edwards, \V. C, Co., Ltd. : flooring, 1,000 ft. at $35 ; cartage, 25c 

Foster, T. K. & Co., lard oil, 48 galls, at 55c 

Garrioch, Godard & Co. : 24 ceiling rosettes 

Gratton, J.B.: ash, 1,015 ft. at 4c; cherry, 1,004 ft. at 14c, 503 at 14k.; oak, 1,500 ft. at 7.',c. 
sycamore, 524 ft. at 9c; walnut, 1,020 ft. at 6£a, 2,018 at 15c, 1,017 at 15£c 

Graves Bros : basin plugs and washers, 2 doz. at $7 ; blind cord, 2,000 ft. at $5, 1G£ lbs. at 
50c, 73^ lbs. at 40c; couplings, 24 at 90c, 24 at $1.25; 100 valve discs. $12 fl gross 
bolts, $35; pin hinges, 2 doz. at $5.40, 3 at $3.50, 2 at $2 ; mortise locks, 3 doz. at $11.95; 
chest locks, 2 doz. at $6.30 ; 12 Yale padlocks, $11.60 ; Yale locks, 6 at $2, 6 at $1 ; coat 
and hat hooks, H gross at $12, 3 doz., $3.20; door pulls, 4 at $3, 6 doz., $17; window 
pulls, 3 doz. at $3.00 ; sundry, $301.42 ; voucher out, 65c 

Gurney Foundry Co., Toronto, 4 radiator tops and bases 

Harris, Campbell & Boyden Furniture Co.: 54 perforated seats, $13.50; 36 switch bases. $5. i' 1 

Hay, N.: cylinder locks, 6 doz. at $6.80; till and chest locks, 3 doz. at $4.45, 3 at $5, 2 at 
$3.45 ; sundry, $19.85 

Inland Revenue Dept., 1 gall, methylated spirits 

Lafleur, J. L., Montreal: sash cord, 289 lbs. at 28c, 6 doz. at $1.50, 6 doz. at $3, 5 doz. at $4; 
999 lbs. galv. iron, $43.59; sheet lead, 525 lbs. at 5jc; zinc, 164 lbs. at 0.}e. ; nails, 8 kegs 
at $2.85, 4 at $2.90, 8 at $2.95, 6 at $3, 4 at $3.15, 4 at $3.25, 2 at $3.50, 4 at $3.85; 
; sundry, $261.70 

Lamontagne, H. & Co., Montreal, hose leather, 32£ lbs 

Lapointe, H. & Co. : cherry, 1,000 ft. at $37.50 ; pine, 2,000 ft. (2 in. x 4 in.) at $25 ; 2,000 ft. 
(1£ in.) at $35, 1,000 ft. at $50, 4,027 ft. 1-in. at $47.50 ; freight, &c, $8.35 



Lawson, Thos., smithwork, &c 

Leduc, J., cut stone, 120 ft. at 30c. 

Lewis Bros. & Co., Montreal, electrical supplies 

Ligget, T., linoleum, 24.^ yds. at $1.20 

Lloyd, W. A.: alcohol, 7 galls, at $5.50 ; sundry, $16.23 

Marehand, J. T. & Co.: basswood and pine, 1,000 ft. at $25, 13,006 ft. at $27.50, 3,079 at 

$28.50, 6,351 at $30, 2,000 at $45 ; whitewood and pine, 4,016 ft. at 'She; siding, 4,012 ft. 

at 5c; 7 sets desk and table legs, $23.00 



Carried forward 143,297 84 



$ cts. 
131,570 73 



140 00 
14 
4 95 



1,807 43 
42 65 
28 10 



3,735 52 

2 00 
20 00 
59 55 



1,019 14 
10 10 


647 94 

63 25 

35 25 

26 40 

4 80 



940 40 



620 77 
46 20 
18 90 


95 90 
1 10 


595 03 
13 00 


407 13 
02 63 
36 00 
31 00 
29 40 
54 73 


115 70 



V-1S4 



AUDITOR GENERAL 1 8 REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Sec*— Continued. 

Brought forward _., 

Public Works Department, Stores — C&ntinued. 

Marchand, P. E. & Co.: flex, cord., 1,500 ft. at 2c; lamps, 50 10-c. p. at 25c, 10 32-c p. at 
35c; shades, 98 at 50c, 5 at 00c, 16 at 65c; sundry, $40. 77 

May, Geo. & Sons : moss, 175 lbs. at 7c ; sundry, $9.45 

Mills, A. K. & Son : roller basket, $7.50 ; basin tops with back, 12 at $7.25, 2 at $7; slate 
table top, $25; marble pipe covers and shelving, 22jV ft. at 65c, 39| ft. at 70c; gas grate 
and tiles, $18 ; gas log and rest, $7.50 ;<sundry, $15 

Munderlich & Co., dials, 10 boxes at 85c 

McAvity, T. & Sons : steamcocks, 6 at $1.17 ; syphon jet closet complete, $27.25; Jenkins 
globe valves, 36 at $1.40, 12 at $2.75, 6 at $4.37 

McCullough, G. W. : 700 firebrick, $20.82 ; cartage, $1.25 

McDougal & Cuzner : brass butts, 2 doz. pairs at $10.75 ; brass screws, 12 gross at $3.82, 12 
gross at $4.02, 12 gross at $5.27, 12 gross at $6.05; locks, 3 sets at $3.50, 6 doz. at $3, 9J 
doz. at $6, 3 doz. at $7.20, -If doz. at $9 ; nails, 3 kegs at $3.25, 1 at $3.50 ; vise screws, 
6 at $2 ; sundry, $154.23 , 

Ottawa Auer Light Co., 1 complete light 

Ottawa Electric Co.: brackets, 5 3-lt. at $35 ; chandeliers, 5 3-lt. at $5.75 ; shades, 18 at 55c, 
2 at 60c, 3 at 65c, 54 at 70c, 1 at $1.25, 7 at $1.40 ; sundry, $26.45. 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co.: asbestic, 5 tons at $6.50, 5 ba.gs at 75c; cement, 25 brls. Gib- 
raltar at $2.25,5 brls. W. C. at $2.50; charcoal, 50 bush, at 30c; fireclay, 75 bags at $1.40; 
Jenkins packing, 46 lbs. at $1 ; sundry, $29.82 

Ottawa Gas Co.: Jewel range, $24 ; oven burners, $3. 

Prowse, Geo. R., grate frames, &c , 

Racine, A. & Co.: cotton, 273 yds. at 5c; damask, 188 yds. at 80c; drill, 216 yds. at 40c; 
repp, 256£ yds. at $1.10 ; sundry, $9.78 

Robertson, Jas., Co., Montreal: 1 pr. brass brackets, $3.75; traps, 3 at $4.75; short paid 
50c 

Robertson, Thos., & Co., Montreal, sanitary closet 

Robillard, H., & Son : lime, 555 bus. at 22c; 6 pes. cut stone, $7'. 50; stone, 6 loads at $2.50 ; 
cartage, 25c 

Robillard & Co., Montreal: linoleum, 60 yds. at $1.20, 21 at 80c; cocoa mats, 4 at $2.50, 9 
at $3, 6 at $3.50 ; cork, 64 sq. yds. at $1.25 

Ross, C, Co., cloth, 90 yds. at $2.25 

Stephen Bros.: glass, $140.40; paint and varnish, $36: orange shellac, 20 galls, at $2.50; 
white lead, 1,000 lbs. at $7 ; sundry, $26 

Stewart & Co., hair, haircloth, &c 

Storey, D.: 12 blinds, $47.40; doors, 9 at $3, Oat $3.10, 4 at $3.15, 2 at $3.50, 3, $5.75; 
flooring, 500 ft. at $28, 500 at $35. 2,300 at $40 ; architrave, 62 ft. at 30c; baseboards, 27* 
ft. at 40c, 19 at 50c; legs for desks, &c, $63.25 ; lumber, 5,798 ft. at $26, 3,212 at $28^ 
1,000 at $30, 1,800 at $50 ; moulding, $75.58 ; poles, 100 at 15c; sundry, $211.50 

Tasse, J., chemical supplies 

Vaive, P., sand, 130 yds. at 75c 

Valiquette, N. G.: 6 drawers with locks, $12; 10 drawer locks, $5; stools, 18 at $2.25; 
tables. 4 at $15, 1, $14 

Victoria Foundry Co.: grate bars, &c, 13,875 lbs. at 4c; labour, 51 d. at $4, 7 at $2.50 

Woods, Jas. W., repairs to flags and emblem 

Wright & Co., lime , 

Coal Shed, Public Works Department ($1.8S). 
Dupuis, D., lumber 

Centre Block ($185.25). 

Goyer, D., care of tower clock, 18 m. to Apr. 1, 1902 

Woods, Jas. W.: flag for main tower, $33.50 ; repairs, $1 .75. . 

East Block ($544.26). 

Marshall & Fudge, cleaning carpets , . 

Ottawa Electric Co.: lightning arrester, $15; motor current, 12 h.p., 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1902, 

at $480, ; • 

Piche, P., cleaning chimneys . . 

West Block ($78.93). 

Gingras, J., smithwork ..,,..... 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co., packing.-. 

Piche, P., cleaning chimneys, Mackenzie tower included 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
143,297 84 



149 17 
21 70 



216 17 
8 50 

143 89 

22 07 



552 75 
3 00 

292 10 



300 82 

27 00 

8 10 


542 11 


17 50 

47 50 


144 S5 


226 80 
202 50 


322 40 
21 27 


1,006 95 

6 55 

97 50 


131 50 

776 50 

22 10 

4 00 



1 88 



150 00 

35 25 



20 21 

495 00 
29 05 



4 55 

2 93 

71 45 



149,423 46 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-135 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, tec— Continued. 
Brought forward 



. L . : team, Zo d. at $b ; labour, 72 d. at §l.2o ; cartage of lumber, $5.50 

T. : team, 38 d. at $6 ; labour, 30 d. at §1. 50, 50. 1 , d. at $1 25 ; removing safe from 
post office to Public Works Dept., 845 ; sundry #33.04 

>ital Ice Co. : ice delivered to Public Buildings, May i-Nov. 1, 1900, and May i- 



Fire Protection, Government Buildings ($50 J. 

Ottawa Electric Co. : motor current, G mos. to Nov. 1, 1001, at $100 per a 

Generally ($2,114 33). 

Breton, F. : trip to Montreal and return, Jan. 30- Feb. 1, 1002 . 

County of Carleton General Protestant Hospital, 15 d. at 40c 

Curry, J. P. : team, 25 d. at §0; labour, 72 d. at $1.25; cartage of lumber, §5 50 
Landry, T. 

Hull r 
New Capital 

Nov. 1, 1901, 520,180 lbs. at 10c. per cwt. . . 
O'Keefe, W. : services attending water-closets in East and West blocks, May 3- June 30 1901 

50 d. at $1 . 25 ; ' ' 

Ottawa Truss and Surgical Mfg. Co., 1 pair of crutches and tips W W W W W W W W 

Proulx, A., trip to Hull with injured carpenter 

Quebec Insurance Co. : insurance on tools, premium on policy to Mar.' i6, 1902. ........ 

Robinson, Dr., attendance on injured workman ' * 

Rogers, G-. 1 1 , ambulance service " ] 

Freight and express: American Express Co., §4.30 ; Can.' A.' RyW 8137.19;' Can! 'Express' 

§38.0o; Can. P. Ry., $128.00; Horn. Express, §02.41 ; Ottawa Forwarding Co., §2.04'; 

Ottawa River Nav. Co. , 90c 

Car tickets and sundry small fares : S. Belanger, §7 .25 ': ' P.* Breton,' $6\36V J. Bruchesi 

f? 1 ^ * W - Kin S> §15-29; C. S. A. Mackay, §1 ; A. L. Ogilvy, §12 ; S. Robitalile; 

§3 . 2o . 



§ cts. 
149,423 46 

50 00 



12 85 

00 
245 50 

430 62 

529 18 

62 50 

1 75 

1 50 

112 50 
45 00 

2 00 



Stationery Department m 

King's Printer, §30.25 ; advertising, §8.90 '. . . . ....*/."/..../.."."..* '.'.'.'.'. 

Detailed under Dominion Buildings, Maintenance— 

Aylmer Post Office , (Page V— 183) 

Refund of labour and materials furnished to Printing Bureau in foundation for press 



Charged as follows— 

Ottawa Buildings : Repairs (Carried to Page V— 5) §124, 949 61 

Rents: Ottawa. (Page V-142) 25,116 36 

Jxenewals, &c, Ontario (Page V 110)l 53 25 

Power for elevators (P age V— 119) 959 80 



372 95 



66 19 

186 64 

39 15 

15 60 



151,603 39 
524 37 

151,079 02 



Ottawa Buildings : Heating, including Running of Elevators. 



Auger, C, blocks, 4 loads at §1.75 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co. of Canada: inspection ©f boilers in Parliament and 

Departmental Buildings, 21 at §10 

Citizens' Gas Control Co. use of gas controllers, 9 m. to Jan 4, 1902.. 

Heney, J. J.: hardwood, 29k cords at §0.50, 2 at §5.75, 5 at §5.50, A cord','§3.'50 ; millwood 

41 cords at §3.75, 1 at §2.75, 14 at §2.50 

Heney, John & Son, coal delivered under contract, 1900-01 : 4,579 11 tons at §5. GO, $26 646 37 '• 

less paid in 1900-1, page V— 94, §22,280 

Heney, John & Son, coal delivered under contract of April 26, 19oi : 76338 tons of cannol 

at §7.70, 5,679 365 of stove and furnace at §6.20, 12"02 of blacksmith's at §6, §41,102 21 • 

less §75,202.21, paid in 1902-3 ' 

Ottawa Gas Co.: gas applied for heating, 12 m. to Jan. 1, i902, at §L25 per M ft.',' from Jan' 
1-Apr. 1, 1900, and at §1 per M. ft. from Apr. 1901-Jan. 1, 1902 (§1,733.67)— 

East Block, 11,400 c. ft. at §1.25, 17,900 at §1 ; meter rent, §0 ... 

West Block, 5,100 c. ft. at §1.25, 14,900 at §1 

(extension), 31,200 c. ft. at §1.25, 20,600 at §i.. .. 

Langevin Block, 11,500 c. ft. at §1.25, 15,100 at §1 ; meter rent, §3.60 ' . 

House of Commons, 87,500 c. ft. at §1.25, 72,000 at §1 

Library of Parliament, 55,100 c. ft. at §1.25, 52.500 at §1. . . 

The Senate, 273,400 c. ft. at §1.25, 108,200 at §1 

Geological Museum, 12,800 c. ft. at §1.25, 39,500 at §1 ; meter rent, §3.66! ', 

Supreme Court, 1,700 ft. at §1.25, 3,700 at §1 ; meter rent, §6 \ 

Government Printing Bureau, 180,700 c. ft. at §1.25, 438,000 at $1. .. 

Inland Revenue Dept., 82,800 c. ft. at §1 ; meter rent, §2.10. . ... 

Interior Dept., 1,000 c. ft. at §1 ; meter rent, 70c ... 

Pritchard- Andrews Co., rug tags, §1.80; Renaud, L., hay, &c, §9.12.'.".'.' .'..'.'.'.".'."'.WW ' 

Carried forward , 



151,079 02 



7 00 



210 00 


49 51 


425 79 


3, SCO 37 


35,900 00 


3S 15 


21 27 


59 60 


33 07 


181 37 


121 37 


449 95 


59 10 


11 82 


671 37 


84 90 


1 70 


10 92 



V-136 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Ottawa Buildings : Heating — Continued. 
Brought forward 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel 

ing and selecting coal, " 

back, §312.15 

Taillefer, A., charcoal, 225 bush, at 20c 

Windsor, J. A., inspector of weights and measures, fee 

Stationery Office, $34.65 ; advertising, §132.93 

King's Printer 



Reynolds ville selected lump coal, 294*34 tons at $4.40 ; unload 
48 ; expense of tug John Pratt, towing barge to Ottawa and 



Parliament Buildings : Attending Heating Apparatus ($8,183). 

Engineer, Thos. Wensley, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 at §85 , 

Asst.-engrs. at §62 : T. Daly, 12 m. to June 30, less 7 d. each in Apr. and June, §715.06 ; E. 

Gariepy. 12 m. to June 30, §744 ; G. Macdonald, 12 m. to June 30, §744 

Firemen at §48 : E. Benoit, 12 m. to June 30, §576 ; P. Farrell, 12 m. to June 30, §576 ; A. 

Hudon, 12 m. to June 30, §576 ; T. Mulrooney, Feb. -Apr., 3 m., §144; J. Reeves, 12 m. 

to June 30, §576 ; J. Roy, 12 m. to June 30, §576 , 

Firemen at §37.50 : T. Binks, Dec. -Jan., §75; A. Dunn, Dec. -Jan., §75; 4. Legault, Feb.- 

Apr. , §112.50 

Weighing coal : R. Marineau, 12 m. to June 30, at §37.50 

Wood and coal man, A. Bourgeois, 12 m. at §45.62 

Man with horse and cart, J. Gorman, 213 d. at §2 

Departmental Buildings : Attending Heating Apparatus ($14,696.05). 

Engineers at §55 : Wm. Hill, 12 m. to June 30, §660 ; A. Migneault, 12 m. to June 30, §660. 
Firemen at §48 : J. B. Belanger, 12 m., §576 ; O. Belanger, 5 d., §8 ; S. Chapman, Nov. 12- 

Apr. 30, §270.40; M. Costello, 12 m., §576; J. Dallaire, Nov. 14- Apr. 30, §267.20; T. 

Dugal, 12 m., §576 ; J. Ethier, 12 m., §576 ; A. Fauteux, Nov. 17-Apr. 30, §262.40 ; A. 

T. Grant, Nov. 14- Apr. 30, §267.20; J. Hennessey, 12 m., §576; J. Hyland, Nov. 12- 

Apr. 30, §270.40 ; A. Letoumey, Nov. 16- Apr. 30, §264 ; P. Marchand, Nov. 20- June 30, 

§353.60 ; N. Martin, 12 m., §576 ; A. Mason, 12 m., §576 ; H. Mercier, Oct. 6-Apr. 30, 

§328.26 ; T. Mulrooney, Nov. 15-Feb. 28, §121.60 ; P. O'Connor, Dec. 9-Feb. 28, §131.61; 

P. Raizene, Nov. 14- Apr. 30, §267 20; T. Renaud, 12 m., §576; J. Rice, Nov. 14- Apr. 

30, §267.20; A. Ross, 12 m., §576; T. Whelan, 12 m., §576; M. Whelan, Nov. 14- Apr. 

30, §267.20 . 

Fireman at §37.50, P. Marchand, July 1-Nov. 19 

Screening coal, J. Boyer, Nov. 16-Apr. 30 at §37.50 

Weighing coal, M. F. Smith, 365 d. at §2 

Wood and coal man, G. Turner, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Wood and coal men at §37.50 : O. Belanger, Nov. 20-Dec. 12, §28.27 ; T. Binks, Nov. 15-30, 

Feb. -Apr., §132.50 ; M. Creegan, 12 m., §450 ; A. Dunn, Nov. 16-30, Feb. -Apr., §131.25 ; 

A. Legault, Dec. 9-Jan. 31, §65.32; V. Lurette, Nov. 1 5- Apr. 30, §138.75 ; A. Riendean. 

Nov. 15-Feb. 28, Apr., §170 

Wood and coal man, days at §1.40, P. Portugais, Nov. 17-Mar. 31 

Wood and coal men, days at §1.25: F. Gorman, Oct. -June, 234 d., §292.50; E. Lacombe, 

Sept., 25 d., §31 .25 ; E. McAllister, July- Aug., 54 d., §67.50 

Men with horse and cart, days at §2 : A. Beaucage, Nov. 15- Apr. 30, 143 d., §286 ; J. B 

Boutin, Nov. 15-Jan. 31, 67 d., §134; M. Boutin, Feb. -May, 103 d., §206; M. Louzon, 

Nov. 12-Feb. 23, 68 d., §136 ; M. E. Marion, Mar. -Apr., 52 d., §104 

Langevin Block : Attending Heating Apparatus ($3,622.96). 

Pipe-fitters: Geo. Sparks, July-Sept., Jan. -Mar., May-June, 8 m. at §60; Wm. Mansfield, 
12 m. to June 30 at §55 

Firemen at §45 : C. Bedard, Nov. 15- Apr. 30, §249 ; O. Clairmont, Nov. 15- Apr. 30, §219 ; J. 
Daigneault, 12 m., §540 ; J. B. Delorme, 12 m., §540 

Cleaning globes, steam valves, &c, at §45: Martin Carroll, July- Aug., Oct. -June, 11 m., 
§495 ; M. Farrell, Sept., §45 , 

Helper, A. McDonald, July-Sept., Jan. -Mar., May -June, 8 m. at §45.62 

Printing Bureau: Engineers and Firemen ($4,321.85). 

Engineer, J. H. Thompson, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, at §100 

Asst. engineer, W. H. Graham, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, at §75; overtime, 91 h. at 37c; 
overpaid, 5c , . 

Firemen : R. Fallis, Dec. 10-31, 1901, §32.25, 6 m. to June 30 at §45; A. Gaul, Jan. 18- June 
30 at §45 ; M. Loyer, 12 m. to June 30 at §45.63 ; J. Montgomery, 12 m. to June 30 at 
§45.63, overtime, 96 h. at 22c; N. Riendeau, 12 m. to June 30 at §45.63, overtime, 72^ 
h. at 22c 

Carried forward 



§ cts« 



1,787 73 

45 00 

2 00 

167 58 

57 60 



1,020 00 
2,203 06 

3,024 00 

262 50 
450 00 
547 44 
626 00 



1,320 00 



9,106 27 
173 75 
206 25 
730 00 
547 44 



1,166 09 
189 00 

391 25 



866 00 



1,140 00 

1,578 00 

540 00 
364 96 

1,200 00 
933 72 

2,183 13 



/'/ BLIO WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-137 



Ottawa Buildings: Heating— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Elevator Service (87,403.40) . 

Langevin Block, engineer <>f pumps, A. Dugal, 12 m. to Juno 30 at $G0 

1, ui ■■> \ in Block, fireman, 1 >. Blancnet, 12 in. to June 30 

Lan revin Block, elevator attendants, 12 m. each at $45 : T. Caron, 1540 ; P. Kilduff, $540 ; N. 

Proulx, 1540 ; L. Elemiller, 1640 : W. Sterling, |540 ; J. A. St. George, $540 

W( 8< Block, D. Goode. elevator attendant, 12 m. to June 30 at §45.02 

West Block, elevator attendant, A. Kiendeau, Apr 

East Block, elevator attendant, J. B. Ivioux, 12 in. to June 30 at $50 

East and West Blocks, elevator attendant relief, 12 m. to June 30 at $45.62 

Parliament Buildings, elevator attendants : P. Labelle, Feb. 21-Mar. 31 at $45, $83.99, Apr., 

860; K. Lalonde, 4 d., $6.43; E. Marsolais, Apr. 24-May 17, &35.18; E. Nagle, 5 d., 

$7.50 ; M. J. O'Neil, Feb. 11- June 30 at $45, $208.93; C. N. Poirier, Feb. to June, 5 m. 

at $ 15 ; H. Viau, Feb. 11-June 8 at |45, $175.93 

Seybold Building, J. Beaulne, Nov. -June, 8 m. at $15 



Sundry Watchmen (84,581.58). 

East and West Blocks, watchman, Jas. Litle, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, at $48 

East and ^^\'rst Blocks, caretaker, J. A. Dumoulin, 12^ m. to June 30, 1902, at $50 

Rideau Hall, watchman, (Jeo. Sleeman, 365 d. to June 30, 1902, at $1.50 .., 

( \o\ ernment workshop, watchman, Jas. Dunlop, 12 m. to June 30, at $48 

Supreme Court, watchman, R. Nash, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 at $48 

Seybold Block, caretaker, H. Merrier, 41 d. to July 31, 1901, at $1.50, 11 m. to June 30, 1902, 

at $45 

Seybold Block, caretaker, A. Roy, June- July, 1901, Gl d. at $1.50, 11 m. to June 30, 1902, 

at $45 

Parliament tower, caretaker, Geo. Vincent, July, 1901, 31 d. at $1.25, Aug, 1901 -June, 1902.. 

331 d. at $1.50 



Electric Pumps. 
Services in connection with electric pumps, J. M. Lemay, 5 m. to Nov. 30, 1901, at $65. 



Sundry Services ($1,397.50). 

Grosbois, V. G., services, Apl.-Aug., 1901, 153 d. at $1.50 

Guilmont, A., services, Apl. , 1901- June, 1902, 456 d. at $1 . 50 

Laframboise, A., messenger, West Block, Nov. -Dec, 52 d. at $1.75, Jan. -June, 6 m. at $52.50 
Tressider, C., services, Nov. -Dec, 1901, 52 d. at $1 .50 

Experimental Farm ($1,156 .60). 

Heney, John & Son : hard maple, 30 cords at $6.50 ; millwood, 2 cords at $3 

McCullough & Co. : furnace coal, 118 " 98 tons at $6 . 50 ; nut coal, 27 tons at $6 . 75 

Detailed in 1900-1, charged to 1901-2 (Page V— 96) 

Less— Charged to 'Dom. Buildings, Maintenance' : Exp. Farm (Page V— 183). . . $1,156 GQ 
Charged to 1902-3 3,229 27 

Total, carried to page V— 5 

Ottawa Buildings : Lighting (including roads and bridges). 

Ahearn & Soper : 100-v. Edison lamps, 1,500 10 c p. at 20c, 750 16 c p. at 20c, 200 (frosted) 

at 30c, 100 32 c p. at 38c ; sundry, $9. 88 

Bacon, Thos. : lighting and extinguishing electric lamps on Laurier bridge, 10 m. to May 5 

1902, at $5 

Canadian General Electric Co. : Edison base lamps, 6 100 C. p., 50 v. at $1.50 

Citizen's Gas Control Co.: use of gas controllers, Apl. 6, 1901- Jan. 4, 1902 \ 

Coursolles, C. H.: lamps, 3 75 c p. at $2.25; flex, cord, 1,523 ft. at 3c; detailed in 1901-2 

(pagp V— 96) $382.50 

Marchand, P. E. & Co.: globes, 18 at 45c, 6 at $1.15, 6 holophane at $1.40 ; lamps, 1,275 io 

c. p. at 22c, 100 32 c p. at 32c, 100 56 c p. at 65c, 25 50 c p. (frosted) at 80c 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



720 00 
540 00 

3,240 00 

547 44 

45 62 

600 00 
517 44 



802 96 
360 00 



576 00 
623 33 

547 50 
576 00 
576 00 

556 50 

586 50 

539 75 



325 00 



229 50 

684 00 

406 00 

7S 00 



201 00 

955 oe 

89,401 23 

5,977 34 



95,378 57 

4,385 93 
90,992 G4 



557 88 

50 00 

9 00 

151 73 

434 94 

420 90 



1,624 45 



V-138 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Ottawa Buildings : Ligh ting— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Ottawa Electric Co., contract for lighting Government Buildings, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, at 
the rate of 3,000 lights for $2.25 each a year, lights in excess of 3,000 at $2 each ; average 
number of lights 7,097'25, divided as follows: House of Commons, 1,849*5; Senate, 
1,060 5; Library, 572-25; East Block, 74775; West Block, 1,156 ; Langevin Block, 825; 
Post Office, 297 ; Supreme Court, 165 ; Tower and Grounds, 106 ; Dominion Astronomer's 
Office, 25; Fish Hatchery, 19; Customs, Statistical Branch, 103*25; Labour Depart- 
ment, 46 ; North-west Mounted Police, 33 5 ; Census, 83 - 5 : Observatory, Cliff St., 8 

Ottawa Electric Co., lighting at §2 a year for each light : Model Room, Sparks St., 8 lights, 
9 m. to March 31, 1902, $12; Mr. White's office (geographer), 25 lights, 10 d., $1.33; 
Surveyor General's office, 9 m. to June 30, 1902, average number of lights 112, $168, 44 
lights for 7 d., $1.68 ; offices, Slater Building, 25 lights, 3 m. to June 30, 1902, $12.50, 
extra lighting $17 . 92 

Ottawa Electric Co. ($1,809.60)— 

16 street lamps, 12 m. to Apl. 30, 1902, at $85 a year : Wellington St., 9 ; Metcalfe St., 1 ; 

Elgin St. , 1 ; Printing Bureau, 5 

Suspension Bridge, 4 street lights, 12 m. to Apl. 30, 1902, at $85 a year 

Laurier Bridge, 56 lamps, 11£ in. to June 30, 1902, at $2 

Ottawa Gas Co., gas at $1.50 per 1,000 ft. ($5,359.70)— 

Dominion Govt. Buildings, 15 m. to July 1, 1902, 953,000 ft 

City Post Office, 15 m. to July 1, 1902, 618,200 ft. ; meter rent, $10 

Customs, Sparks St., 15 m. to July 1, 1902, 2,800 ft.; meter rent, $3.50 

Interior Dept., Apl. 1-Oct. 1, 1901, 5,400 ft.; meter rent, $1.80 

Government workshops, 15 in. to July 1, 1902, 742,400 ft.; meter rent, $7.50. 

French translators, Clarence St., 15 m. to July 1, 1902, 145,600 ft.; meter rent, $4.50. . 

Gas Inspection office, 15 m. to July 1, 1002, 6,600 ft.; meter rent, $3 

Government Printing Bureau, 15 m. to July 1, 1902, 879,000 ft 

Geological Museum, large meter, 15 m. to July 1, 1902, 187,000 ft.; meter rent, $12.50. 
Geological Museum, Baskervilie building, 15 m. to July 1, 1902, 1,600 ft.; meter rent, 
$4 50. 

Freight and express : Can. Express, 35c. ; Can. Pac. Ry. Co., $1 .31 , 

Johnston, Jas., car fare in connection with lighting public buildings , 



Rideau Hall. 

Ahearn & Soper : fuse blocks for 100-lt. transformers, 2 at $7.50; boxing, 25c. 
Ottawa Electric Co., 4 street lamps, 12 m. to April 30, 1902, at $85. .' 



Central Experimental Farm. 



Canada Atlantic Ry., freight on gasoline 

Ottawa Electric Co., 2 street lamps, 12 m. to April 30, 1902, at $85 a year. 
Star Oil Works, Buffalo, N. Y. f gasoline, 521 '5 galls, at 17c " 



Sundry. 



Detailed in 1900-1 (page V— 97). 



Less — Charged to Dominion Buildings Maintenance (page V — 183) $ 94 76 

Charged to 1902-3 2,926 50 



Total, carried to page V— 5 



Telephone Service: 12 in. to Jane 30, 1902, 

Agriculture Department, offices — 

Minister, $35 ; deputy, $40 ; messenger, $35 

Dominion Statistician, 13|? m. to June 30, 1902, at $35 

Director General Public Health 

Agriculture Department, houses — 

Minister, 9p m. to June 30, 1902 

Deputy, $35 ; secretary, $35 

Agriculture Department, Census, offices — 

Commissioner, 8J--J m. to Dec. 31, 1901, at $50, $35.70 ; 6 m. to June 30, 1902, at $65, $32.50 

Asst. Commissioner, ext. set, 24 r f m. to Jan. 1, 1902, at 15 , 

Agriculture Department, Census, houses — 

Commissioner, 13$$ m. to June 30, 1902, at $35 , 

Asst. Commissioners, 15Af m. to June 30, 1902, at $35 

Agriculture Department, Census — 

Bell and push button placed 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
1,624 45 



14,944 50 



213 43 



1,360 00 


340 00 


109 66 


1,429 50 


937 30 


7 70 


9 90 


1,121 10 


222 90 


12 90 


1,318 50 


293 00 


6 90 


1 66 


6 75 


15 25 


340 00 


6 10 


170 00 


88 66 



4,242 04 



28,822 20 
3,021 26 



25,800 94 



110 00 
40 80 
40 00 

28 78 
70 00 

68 20 
3 02 

40 85 
46 47 

3 82 



451 94 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-139 



Telephone Service— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Auditor General's Dept. : office, §50; Auditor's house, §40; ext. set in office, 2\l m, to June 

30, 190L at 115, S3. 21 

Customs Department, offices — 

Asst. Commissioners, 6 m. to Dec 31, 1901, at $45 

Private secretary, 6 m. to June 30, 1902, at $45 

Statistical branch, 3§§ m. to Deo. 31, 1901, at $35, $10.99; 12 m. to June 30, 1902, $35. . . 

Messengers 

Customs Department, house 

Private secretary, ljg in. to Dec. 31, 1900, at §35, §4.18; 12 m. to June 30, 1902, $35.. . . 
Exchequer Court— 

Offices of Registrar Audette .' 

Houses: Judge Burbidge, §35; Registrar, §35 

Finance Department, offices— 

M inister, extension Bet, $15 ; deputy, §35 . 

Finance Department, houses — 
' Minister, 17J| m. to June 30, 1902, at §35 

Deputy 

Private secretary, Kl.l' m. to June 30, 1902, at §35 

Finance Department, moving telephone 

Geological Survey : director, $ 10 ; messengers, §35. 

I :.', i nor General's Office and Rideau Hall — 

rnment House exchange and private lines 

1 U >sii dence of secretary 

Residence of military secretary, 12^ m. to June 30, 1902, at §35 

Messenger's room in Governor General's Dept 

Dominion Police Department, §15 ; superintendent, §05 . , 

House of Commons, offices — 

Speaker, 635 ; clei k, $35 ; sergeant-at-arms, §35 . . 

Journals office, §35 ; Printing Bureau, $47.50 ; messengers, §35 

Chief messenger, 6 m. to June 30, 1902, at §40. 

Distributing Office, §42 . 50 ; French translators, §35 

Mr. Dube's office, 20 d. to Jan. 1, 1902, at §40 

House of Commons, houses — 

Clerk, §35 ; law clerk, §35 ; secretary, §35. 

House of Commons, 2 complete telephone sets for Distributing Office 

Indian Affairs Department, offices — 

Deputy Supt. GenL, §35 ; secretary, §40 ; private seeretarj', §40 

Indian Affairs Dept., house of private secretary 

Inland Revenue Department, offices — 

Minister, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, §27.50, 6 m. to June 30, 1902, §20 

ii and secretary : L. D. desk set and ext. set, 5 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, at §85 

Messengers . 

Extension sets: 2, 4 'if m. to Jan. 1, 1902, at §15, §12.26 ; 3, Cm. to June 30, 1902, at 
$15, $22.50 



Inland Revenue, houses — 

Commissioner, §35 ; secretary, §30 ; accountant, §35 

Private secretary, 9U m. to June 30, 1902, at §35 

Interior Department, offices — 

Minister, $40 ; deputy, §40 ; private secretary, $40 

Secretary, 10J? m. to June 30, 1902, at §40 

Astronomer, §35 ; Surveyor General, §35 

Geographer, 2Jf m. to Dec. 31, 1900, at §35, §7.02 ; 12 m. to June 30, 1902, §35. 

Superintendent of Immigration, 17Jf m. to June 30, 1902, at §40 

Messengers, §35 ; Timber and Mines Branch, §45 

Patents Branch, 5A m. to June 30, 1U02, at $40 

Immigration Branch, 8A m. to June 30, 1902, at §35. . 

International Boundary Commission, 3 yrs. to June 1, 1902, at §10 

Interior Department, houses- 
Minister, §35 ; deputy, $35 ; private secretary, §35 

Commissioner, Dominion Lands, 17gJ m. to June 30, 1902, at §35 

Superintendent of Immigration 

Interior Department, moving telephones , 



Justice Department, offices — 

Minister, $35 ; deputy, $10 ; secretary, §40 . . 

Solicitor General, §40 ; messengers, §35 

Justice Department, houses — 

Deputy 

French secretary, 1|{ m. to Dec. 31, 1900, at §35, §4.67, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, §35. 

Mr. Leslie, 1& m. to Dec. 31, 1900, at §35, §3.70, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, §35 

Labour Department, offices — 

Minister, 3i* m. to Dec, 31, 1900, at §35, §9.32, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, $35 



Carried forward , 



§ cts. 
451 94 

93 21 



22 50 
22 50 
45 99 
35 00 


39 18 


35 00 
70 00 


50 00 


50 SO 
38 00 
48 43 
4 00 
75 00 


155 00 
35 00 
37 53 
35 00 

110 00 


105 00 

117 50 

20 00 

77 50 

2 80 


105 00 
50 00 


115 00 
35 00 


47 50 
35 40 
40 00 


34 76 


100 00 
27 52 


120 00 
34 41 
70 00 
42 62 
58 28 
80 00 
17 64 
24 01- 
30 00 


105 00 
50 71 
35 00 
21 30 


115 00 
75 00 


35 00 
39 67 
38 70 


44 82 



3,404 30 



V-HO 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Telephone Service— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Marine and Fisheries Department, offices — 

Minister, $35 ; deputy, $40 

Clerk of supplies, 7f$ m. to June 30, 1902, at $40 

Marine and Fisheries Department, houses — 

Minister, $35 ; deputy, $35 , 

Chief engineer, 14f$ m. to June 30, 1902, at $35 

Private secretary, 8 m. to June 30, 1902, at $35 

Militia and Defence Department, offices- 
General o tlicer com'g., $35; private office, lOJf m. to June 30, 1902, at 
Minister. $55 ; extension desk set, 2 m. to June 30, 1901, at $15, $3.75. . 

Deputy, G|t- m. to June 30, 1902, at $40 

Secretary, 14^ m. to June 30, 1902, at $40 

Clothing Inspector, $35 ; messengers, ¥38. 

Superintendent Militia Stores, 14£§ m. to June 30, 1902, at $40 

Drill Hall, $35 ; Militia stores, $39 . 



), $35.90.. 



Medal Claims Bldg., 6 m. to June 30, 1902. 



Militia and Defence Department, houses — 

General officer com'g., $35 ; minister, $53 ; deputy, $30 , 

Secretary, $30 ; Adjutant General, $35 ; E. F. Jarvis, $35 

Col. Cotton, D.O.C., 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1901 

Private Secretary, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, at $35 , 

Quarter-Master General, 6 m. to June 30, 1902 

Superintendent Militia Stores, 6 m. to June 30, 1902 

Militia and Defence Department, moving telephones 

North-west Mounted Police, offices — 

Comptroller, $50 ; stores, $35 

North-west Mounted Police, house controller 

North-west Mounted Police, moving telephone , , 

Parliament Library — 

Office, library 

Houses, Pari. Librarian, M. J. Griffin, $35 ; Librarian de Celles, $35. , 

Post Office Department, offices — 

Comptroller, $40 ; City P.O., $35 ; messengers, $35 , 

Secretary, $35 ; Accountant, $40 .' 

Post Office Department, houses — 

Postmaster General, 5 fa m. to June 30, 1902, at $35 

Comptroller, 7 m. to June 30, 1902, at $35 

Deputy 

Post Office Department, moving telephones 

Printing Bureau, house, Mr. J. Foran, 10 m. to June 30, 1902, at $35 

Privy Council, offices — 

Clerk of Council, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, $17.50 ; 6 m. to June 30, 1902, $20 

Secretary to Premier, $40 ; messengers, $35 

Ante-room, 20 d. to Jan. 1, 1902, at $35, $2.26 ; 6 m. to June 30, 1902, at $40, $20 

Special service, 2/ r in. to June 30, 1902 , 

Privy Council, houses — 

Clerk of Council, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, at $30, $15; G m. to June 30, 1902, at $40, $20. . 

Premier, $35 ; secretary to Premier, $35 

Ass't. secretary, 3§ m. to Dec. 31, 1900, at $35, $10.69 ; 12 m. to June 30, 1902, $35 

Clerk of the Crown in Chancery , 

Public Works Department, offices — 

Minister's room in House of Commons, 16|| to June 30, 1902, at $40 

Deputy, $35 ; inspector, $40 . 

Secretary of Dept., 11^-f- m. to June 30, 1902 

Mr. Clement, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, $17.50; 5£f m. to Dec. 31, 1901, at $5 additional 
$2.27 ; 6 m. to June 30, 1902, $25 

Accountant, 7fg m. to June 30, 1902, at $40 , 

Chief Architect, 2f T m. to Dec. 31, 1900, $7.21 ; 12 m. to June 30, 1902, $40 

Engineer, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, $20 ; 6 m. to June 30, 1902, $27.50 

Clerk of Works, $35 ; Mech. "Supt., $35 

Mr. Colman, 12J-JJ - m. to June 30, 1902, $40 

Supervisor of Works, 5?^ in. to June 30, 1902 

Mr. Taclie, 6 m. to June 30, 1902 

Mr. O'Brien, ext. set, 2& m. to Dec. 31, 1902, at $15 

Secretarv, ext. wall set, 2 m. at $10 

Storekeeper, 9J-§ m. to June, 30, 1902, at $40 

Messengers, $35 ; switch room, $35 

Machine room, A\\ m. to Dec. 31, 1900, $15.58 ; 12 m. to June 30, 1902, $35 

Workshops, 4tf m. to Dec, 31, 1900, $15.95 ; 12 m. to June 30, 1902, $35 

Boiler room 

Public Works Department, Ottawa River Works — 

Supt., $35 ; upper camp, $60 ; lower camp, $60 



Carried forward. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-141 



Telephone Service— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Public Works D( partment, Houses — 

M inister, 150, ext desk set, 4SJ- in. to June 30, 1901, at $15, $5.94 

Deputy, 3J$ in. to Dec. 31, 1900, at $35, $10.60, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, $20, 6 m. to June 

30, L902, S17.50 ; change wall for desk set, 4£ in. at $5, $1.77 

Engineer, $35 : supervisor of works, $35 

Supt. of dredging, $35 ; Mr. Clement, $35 ; Mr. Roy, $35 

( Jhief architect, 12.U m. to June 30, 1902, at $55 

Asst. engineer, 16 m. to June 30, 1902, at $35 

Asst. superintendent 

Mr. Desrochers, m m. to Dec. 31, 1900, $8.28, 12-m. to June 30, 1902, $35. . . . 

Mdme. Turcotte, 10J in. to Dec. 31, 1900, $29.90, 6 n-,. to Sept. 1, 1901, at $30, $15, 12 m. to 

June 30, 1902, $35 

Mr. Hains, 1 H m. to Doc. 31, 1900, $4.67, 6 m. to June 30, 1902, $17.50 



Mr. A. St. Laurent, 9/, in. to June 30, 1902, at $35. 



Public Works Department, moving telephones. 
Railways and Canals Department, Offices — 

Deputy, $40 ; secretary, $35 ; messengers, $35 

Railways and Canals Department, Houses — 

Deputy, $35 ; secretary of Dept., $35 ; secretary, $35 

Secretary of State Department, Offices — 

Secretary of State, $35 ; under secretary, $40 ; messengers, $35 

Secretary of State Depaitment, Houses — 

Secretary of State, $35 ; under secretary, $35 

Senate offices : clerk, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, $17.50 ; reporters, 6 m. to June 30, 1902, $17.50 : 
messengers, $35 ; Speaker during session, $25 ; house keeper, 2m. to June 30, 1900, at $35, 
$5.83, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, $35 



Stationery and Printing Department, Offices — 

King's Printer, $35 ; Supt. of Printing, $35 ; Accountant, $35 

Stationery and Printing Department, Houses- 
King's Printer, $35 ; Supt. of Printing, $35 

Trade and Commerce, Offices — 

Secretary to Minister, 1& m. to Dec. 31, 1900, at $40, $4.22, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, $40. . 

Messengers 

Trade and Commerce, Houses — 

Minister, 7U m. to June 30, 1902, at $35 

Secretary, $35 ; deputy, 6 m. to June 30, 1902, $17.50 

Ministers without portfolio — 

Langevin Block, Hon. R. R. Dobell 

Eastern Block, Hon. Jas. Sutherland , 

Dominion Police Department, Offices — 

East Block, $43 ; West Block, $40 ; Langevin Block, $40 ; Printing Bureau, $40 ; Com- 
missioners, $55 

Dominion Police Department, House— inspector 



Detailed in 1900-1901 Page V— 98. 



Less— Charged to 1902-1903 1,071 41 

Short paid on Voucher 28952 50 



Total carried to Page V — 5 

Ottawa Public Buildings: Grounds. 

Pay-lists, detailed with Ottawa buildings— Repairs (Page V — 125) 

Grieves, J. N., foreman on grounds ($545.05) — 

Services, July-Aug., 1901, 62 d. at $3 

Plants, 1,000 at 15c. ; 9,793 new pots, $116.45; rent of tools, $20 ; manure, 159 loads at 

40c. ; sundry, $9 

Davis, T., foreman and gardener, May, 1902, 31 d. at $4 

Blais, X., man and team, 3 d. at $3.50 ; Can. Pac Ry. Co., freight, $28.48 

Borbridge, S. & H. : 4 horse boots, $10 ; boots repaired, $1 

Butterworth & Co. : lawn mower, $20 ; sundry, $11 .60 

Egleson, B. F. : 3 lawn sprinkling machines, $60 ; cartage, 75c 

Killeen, 6. F., gravel, 52i yds. at 50c., 701 v yds. at 70c 

Lafleur, 1. L., Montreal, wood shovels, 3 doz at $6. 25 

Lamontagne, Hector & Co., Montreal : set harness, $25 ; box, 50c 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
6,110 62 

55 94 



49 87 


7o no 


in:, oo 


5i i 7<» 


4!) 58 


35 no 


43 28 


79 90 


22 17 


26 93 


17 10 



110 00 
105 00 
110 00 
70 00 
135 83 



105*00 


70 00 


44 22 

35 00 


22 46 
52 50 


40 00 
35 00 


218 00 
35 00 


7,910 10 
161 50 


8,071 60 


1,071 91 


6,999 69 


4,138 63 


186 00 


359 05 
124 00 
38 98 
14 00 
31 60 
(io 75 
517 47 
18 75 
25 50 



5,514 73 



V-142 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Ottawa Public Buildings : Grounds — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Leblanc, J. O., labour, 11 d. at $1.50 ; Renaud, L., hay, &c, $28.92. 

Marien, R. M., Montreal, chestnut mare 

Trudel, Theop., Montreal, iron dump cart 

Detailed in 1900-1, page V— 99 



Less— Charged to 1902-3. 
Total carried to page V — 5 



Ottawa Public Buildings : Major's Hill Park. 

Davis, Thos. E., foreman ($1,810.10)— 

Services, Sept., 1901-Apr., 1902, June, 1902, 272 d. at $4 

Balance of $2,200 contract to Aug. 31, 1901, July-Aug 

Compasses, 2 at $5 ; 2 hot-bed frames with sash, $16 ; cotton rubber lined hose, 100 it. at 
30c, 50 ft. at 15c. ; rubber hose, 1-in. 4-ply, 200 ft. at 15c. : sprinklers, 3 at $15; 

wheelbarrows, 3 at $4 ; 3,125 flower pots, $36.50 ; sundry, $35. 10 

Carter, B. Sauve, Sept. -Nov., 1901, Mar. -June, 1902, 7 m. at $40 

Gardeners : E. Gagne, 10 m. to June 30, 1902, at $40 : A. Young, Apr., June, 1902, 60 d. at 



$1.75 



Labourers : J. Bureau, 3 m. to June 30, 1902, at $35 ; J. Chartrand, 10 m. to June 30, 1902, 
at $35 ; J. Devaney, 99 h. at lO^c. ; J. Hay den, Apr. and June, 2 m. at $35, May, 1 m. 



at $40 . 



Borbridge, S. & H., 4 horse boots, $8 ; Desrivieres, J. A., on acct. lumber, $100. . . .. 

Egleson, B. F., 3 sprinkling machines 

King, R. W., & Co. : hand machines, 2 at $15 ; levers, 13 sets at 90c. ; sundry, $4.28 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., sundry seed3 and bulbs . , 

Stone & Wellington, 235 shrubs 

Detailed in 1900-1 , (Page V— 99) 



Less— Charged to 1902-03. 
Total carried to page V— 5 



Ottawa Public Buildings — Besnoval of Snow. 

Pay-lists, detailed with ' Ottawa Buildings, repairs ' , (Page V— 125) 

„ „ 'RideauHall' ( „ V— 144) 



Total carried to page V— 5. 



$ cts. 
5,514 73 



45 42 

200 00 

100 00 

1,572 80 


7,432 95 
397 45 



7,035 50 



1,08S 00 
500 00 



222 10 
280 00 

505 00 



581 50 

108 00 

60 00 

45 93 

34 10 

232 50 

290 00 



3,947 18 
357 50 



3,539 68' 



Bents : Ottawa and otlier Buildings. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings, Maintenance (Page V— 183) 

11 Ottawa Buildings, Repairs ....( 11 V — 125) 



Total carried to page V — 5. 



Bideau Hall. 

General Repairs Pay-list, 12 m. to June 30, 1902. 

Clerk of Works, W. M. Hutcheson : 12 m. at $90 ; extra time, 160^ h. at 30c 
Carpenters : G. Reid, 320| d. at $2.50 ; T. Ambridge, 341 d. at $2.25 



Carpenters, days at $2 : G. Brunet, 62 ; A. Cloutier, 39 ; A. Colter, 3124. ; P. Couioux, 654 : 
G. Esdale, 328f ; J. Grenon, 75 ; F. Leger, 63f ; H. Liggett, 75 ; H. L. Heureux, 39f i 
J. S. Oaklev, 314 ; W. Palen, 39 ; L. Rocque, 67| ; A. Tessier, 43J 

Bricklayers : A. J. Gond, 36 d. at $3 ; A. R. McDonald, 65^ d. at $2.50 ; J. McGuire, 95 d. 
at $3. 



Tinsmith, E. Loyer, 76 d. at $2 ; asst. tinsmith, T. French, 77^ d. at $1.50. 

Carters, days at $2 : A. Danis, 13^ ; M. Green, 305£ 

Painter, J. Handy, 315 d. at $2.25 

Painters, d. at $2 : A. Beaulieu, 45^; T. Brule, 80f ; G. Facto, 37*; C. Hornsby, 38*; J, 



Painters 



Hughes, 40 ; W. Newton, 82 ; A. Savageau, 39A ; H. Shea, 316 ; A. St. Amour, 39£ 

iters, days at $1.75 : E. Boucher, 20; B. Bouiais, 68£ ; P. Raizenne, 75| ; J. Savary, 24^. 



Carried forward. 



1,773 92 

825 00 


2,598 92 


5,974 63 
25,116 36 



31,090 99 



1,128 15 
1,569 10 



3,049 50 

556 75 
268 24 
637 50 
708 74 

1,438 50 
329 89 



9,686 37 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V- 143 



Kiilciu Hall — Continued. 



Brought forward 



General Repairs Pay-list— Concluded. 

Labourers, days at Si. 50 : E. Barron, 36 ; E. Boucher, 41 ; W. Boyle, 92} ; E. Dagenais, 72g ; 
P. Lafontaine, 1114; ; O. Lapensee, 36 ; E. Liberge, 155g ; T. McCourt, 66.^ ; T. Mulroney, 
524 ; J. Savary, 24 ; J. Sharp, 229.1 ; J. Simard, 3334, ; M. Quinn, 20l£ 

Labourer, W. Sterling, 261 d. at |1.25, 67 at 91.40 

Fireman, J. West, 2931 d. at $1.35, 79 at $1.50 

Repairer, S. Maxwell, 327| d. at 61 ; Plasterer, A. Legault, If d. at $2.50 

Pay-lists — Care of Gardens, Grounds, Paths, Einks, etc., 12 m. to June 30, 1002. 

Muhlig, G., gardener, 383f d. at $2 

Sorley, J., forester, 365 d. at SI. 50 ($3 doubtful) 

Sims, 1 [.. kitchen gardener, &c, 367^ d. at $1.50 ($3 doubtful) 

Banning, C, labourer and night-fireman, 252£ d. at $1.35, 66 d. at $1.50 

Carters, days at $2 : J. Einlay, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 207 ; M. Green, Dec. -Mar., 29^ 

Labourers, d. at $1.50: E.Barron, Feb. -June, 105£; 1). Bell, Apl.-June, 67; J. Bonnier, 
Apl.-.lun- , 64; R. Cote, July-Sept., 78; F. Dagenais, Apl.-June, 66; J. Fahey, July- 
Scut., 78; D. Killeen, July-Nov., 125; O. Lapensee, Feb. -June, 1045; E. Liberge, Dec- 
June, 1674; J- O'Connor, July-Nov., 125; J. Sharp, Dec-Mar., 100^; M. Quinn, Feb.- 
Mar., 30±. 

Labourers, d. at $1.25 : D. Bell, July-Apl., 2 ; 3 ; J. Bonnier, July-Apl., 249; J. Cherry, July- 
Nov., Apl.-June, 204 ; F. Dajrenais, Julv-Apl., 2Wh 

Labourers : M. O'Neill, Feb., 17J d. at $1.75; F. Hart, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 193 d. at $1. . 

Accounts. 

Ahearn & Soper : exhaust fan, $48.25 ; sundry, $27.48 

Archambault &: Oakes : aprons, 2 doz. at $10 ; china cloths, 12 doz. at $4, 8 doz. at $5, 8 doz. 

at $6; kitchen rubbers, 12 doz. at $4; coverlets, 12 at $3.50; napkins, 24 doz. at $3.50, 

6 ^oz. at $15, 6 doz. at $17 : tablecloths, 12 at $3 ; pillow cases, 24 at 40c; stable rubbers, 

8 doz. at $2.75 ; sheeting, $48 

Barker, Holroyd & Co., London, Eng., 30 prs. curtains, 10 curtains, 22 bed spreads, 'case and 

packing . , 

Bate & Co., 3 wool mats 

Boyden, Son & Co. : filter, $14 ; glassware, &c, $97.19; use of cups, saucers, &c, $61.97; 

shortage of goods returned, $29.88 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : bath sheets, 12 prs. at $6.50; linen dusters, 6 doz. at $2.75; toilet 

covers, 1 doz., $7.50, 1 doz. $9, 2 doz. at $5 ; linnen pillow cases, 2 doz. at $9 ; sheeting 

20| yds. at 40c, 26f yds. at 45c; table cloths, 6 at $5, 12 at $7.50; kitchen rubbers, 6 doz 

at $4 ; sundry, $54.23 

Butterworth & Co. : brass fenders, 7 at $7, 6 at $10 ; coal hods, at $7 ; hose, 300 ft. 1-in. at 

21c ; water carriers, 12 at 90c, 3 at $1.50 ; sundry, $228.62 t 

Caverhil!, Learmont & Co.: 138 lights glass, $30.24; 17 kegs nails, $45.21; 250 lbs. cut 

finishing nails, $11.38 

Charlebois, J. O., filling ice house 

Chaileson, W. G. : 7 extension ladders, $51 .30 ; sundry, $14.09 

Coursolles, C. H., electrical supplies 

Cuddy, Brodeur Co., Montreal : 12 carafes and tumblers, $23 ; basins and ewers, 14 at $1.35, 

24 at 60c. ; sponge trays, 8 at $2, 12 at $1.25 ; sundry, $35.05 

Drake & Gorham, London, Eng., 15 Standards complete with 9-in. silk swivel shades, ca 

and packing . 

Dupais, D., lumber, $113.97 ; Egleson, B. F., 2 lawn sprinklers, $30 

Edwards, W. C. & Co.; Ltd.: birch floor, 300 ft. at $35,: cedar, 300 ft. at 4£c., 310 ft. at 6*c. f 

72 ft. at 8c; 14 doors, $21.25; oak moulding, 150 lengths at 20c.'; 51 screens, $50; 

shingles, 8 M. at $2.75, 12 at $3 ; lumber, 2,983 ft. at $16, 4,255 ft. at $18, 1,835 ft. at 

$20, 5,088 at $22, 1,570 at $24, 1,257 at $26, 1,332 at $30, 1,000 at $32, 300 at $40, 656 at 

$45, 525 ft. at 4c ; sundry, $105.52 

Goyer, D., cleaning and regulating clock 

Graham Bros. : flower and vegatable seeds, bulbs, plants, &o., $266.57; 2 lawn mowers, 

$24.50 ; mowing machine, $47 ; lawn roller, $50 ; sundry, $97.15 

Graves Bros., kitchen supplies and other hardware 

Harris & Campbell, detailed in 1900-1901 (Page V— 102) 

Harris, Campbell & Boyden Furniture Co. : hair mattress, $35.70 ; recovering 8 chair and 4 

sofas, ^5 ; 4 green linen blinds, $16 ; sundry, $9.05 

Harvey, Nichols & Co., London, Eng., cushions, sateen, &c 

Haynes, W. H., London, Eng., wall paper, cretonne, &o 

Holland, G. A. & Son, Montreal, 114 pes. wall paper 

Howe, J. G. : red paint, 97 galls, at $1 .25 ; sundry, $14.70 

Lawson, Thos. : hydrant, $45; 2 valves, $39; hydrant caps, 8 at $1.50; smithwork, 3,037 

lbs. at 4c ; sundry, $9.20 

Lond, W. T. & Co., London, Eng, red twill 



Carried forward , 21 221 15 



$ cts. 
9,686 37 



2,178 32 
420 03 
515 06 
331 87 


767 50 
547 50 
551 25 
439 53 
473 00 



1,067 26 

1,158 19 
223 62 



75 73 



637 60 

212 52 
1 95 

203 04 



357 58 


457 92 


86 83 
58 23 
65 39 
27 30 



122 35 

58 40 
143 97 



792 46 
2 00 


485 22 
573 49 
124 20 


125 75 
22 17 

206 82 
28 60 

135 95 


226 68 
29 50 



V-144 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Rideau Hall— Continued. 



Brought forward .... 

Accounts — Continued. 



Marcouiller, M., manure, 100 loads at 50c 

Marshall & Fudge : cleaning carpets, 5,452 yds. at 4c. ; cleaning rugs, &c, $77.25 

Morgan, Henry & Co., Montreal, 7 baskets 

Murphy, J. J. : retinning copper kitchen utensils, iVJh in. at 10c. ; sundry, $5.61 

Ogilvy, Jas. A. & Sons, Montreal, 1 doz. bath sheets 

Robertson, Thos. & Co., Montreal, furnace elbows, headers, &c 

Robillard, H. & Son, lime, 70 bush, at 22c 

Robillard & Co. : 2 cocoa mats wool border at $3.50 ; paid twice, $7 

Ross, C. Co. : carpet, 424^ yds. at $1.25, 102^ yds. at $1.75; making and laying, $33.96; 

lining, 600 yds. at 4c. ; curtains, 7 prs. at $5.25; muslin, 82 yds. at 25c, 60 at 33c. ; 

sundry, $36 .29 

Sherwood, S., 4 days ploughing , , 

Short, Thos. , manure, 100 double loads 

Stephen Bros. : boiled oil, 48? f galls, at 85c, 10 at 90c ; 142 Its. glass, $59.26 ; green paint, 

125 lbs. at 20c ; turpentine, 30 galls, at 75c, 20 at 80c ; white lead, 1,900 lbs. at 7c ; 

sundry, $168.39 '. 

Teasdale, J. A., 12 pillows at $3, paid twice 

Tink, Jas., manure, 39 loads at 50c , 

Vaive, P., sand, 16 loads at 75c 

Cab hire : for I. Cote, $5 . 25 ; sundry, $2 r 

Street car tickets for plumbers, wiremen, &c 

Freight and express : Can. At. Ry., $28.19 ; Can. Pac Ry., $2.10 ; Can. Exp. Co., $10.16 ; 

E>om. Exp. Co., $8.90 



Sundry. 

Detailed in 1900-1901, charged to 1901-1902 (Page V— 103) 3,306 80 

Detailed with O. B. Repairs, Mech. Staff ( „ V— 125) 482 48 



$ cts. 


24,221 15 


50 00 
295 33 
26 00 
47 36 
34 50 
19 93 
15 40 
14 00 


881 31 

14 00 

100 00 


470 17 
72 00 
19 50 
12 00 
7 25 
43 95 


49 35 


26,393 20 



3,789 28 



Less— Charged to Reception of Duke of York (Page V— ) 1,901 41 

„ Removal of Snow ( ,. V— 112) 825 00 

,, Improvements to Outbuildings ( n V— 106) 2,696 73 

„ 1902-1903 408 55 



Total, carried to page V— 5 . 



Rideau Hall : Fuel and liignt Allowance. 

Earl of Minto, allowance in place of fuel and light, 12 m. to June 30, 1902. . 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance. 

Amherst, N.S., Public Building ($1,459.53)— 

Caretaker, J. H. Chapman, 12 m. to June 30 

Amherst Town, water rates, 1 y. to Oct. 1, 1902 

Bowles, Jno., carting night soil, 8 tons at $2.50 ; cleaning, &c, $6 

Canada Coal & Ry. Co., round coal, 55 tons at $4 . 20 

Canada Electric Co.: 17 m. to June 30. 1902, 18 lights, 442 nights at 4c each ; 4 lights 

368 nights at 5^c each, 28 nights at 5c each ; Feb.-May, 1 arc light, $26.68 

Davis, Henry, work on drain of P. O. building, 75 h. at 20c; lumber, $2.50 

Douglas & Co., hardware, $15.18 ; Gates, F. A., coal oil, 43-18 galls, at 22c 

Lusby, C. A. & Co., tinware, $15.86 ; Mitchell, A. T., hardwood, 3 cords at $4 ; 1 cord 

soft wood, $2 . 75 

Moffatt, A. W. & Co., coal oil, 43^ galls, at 22c; McCleave, Hy., paper hanging and 

glazing, $43 59 

Robb Engineering Co.: retubing boilers at Post Office, $98; 1 set grates for boiler, 

$23.49 ; sundry repairs, $30. 70 

Silliker, C. J.: 15 window sashes, assorted sizes, &c, $39 ; sundry, $17.38 

Silliker, W. Chappell, furnishing material and putting up flag staff 

Annapolis Public Building ($820.74)— 

Caretaker, John McKay, 12 m. to June 30 

Annapolis. Town, water rates, 12 m. to June 1, 1902 

Annapolis Town, lighting, 12 m. to April 1. 1902 

Canada Coal & Ry. Co., round coal, 4111 tons at $4.75 

Crowe Bros., sundry plumbing , 

Carried forward 



30,182 48 



5,831 69 



24,350 79 



8,000 00 



400 00 
20 00 
26 00 

231 00 

431 48 
17 50 
24 68 

30 61 

53*16 



152 19 
56 38 
16 53 

400 00 

40 00 

147 75 

195 27 

37 72 



2,280 27 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPEND IT (HE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-145 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Antigonish Public Building ($616.17)— 

( Saretaker, Angus McDonald, 12 in. to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co., Albion lump coal, 1392 tons at $5 .. . . '. ' '. '. .......[...... 

Antigonish Electric Co., electric lighting, 15 m. to May 3i,' 1902,' $77*75 ;' lamps, &c., 

$1.70.. 

Antigonish Town, water rates, 12 m. to May 31, 1902. ............... ......]...... 

Gillis, Allan, repairs to doors and windows, $11.75 ; Hellyer, J. R., 1 8-day clock, $li! '. 
Removing windows, &c, $5.45; cleaning and sweeping, $4.60; kindling wood, $6; 

lumber, $9. 2S; hardware, $9.04 

Arichat Public Building ($230.16)— 

Francis, T. H. & W. T.: 1 roll top office desk, $14 ; 3 office chairs, $4.50 

Kenna, Jas., anthracite coal, 20 tons at $10 '/ 

Lattiiner, Jno., 1 cord firewood, $4; Spry, Geo., hardware, $2.00. .......'.....'.'..'....', . 

Terrio, C. P. & Son, 1 cord haid wood and delivering same 

Baddeck Public Building ($062.71)— 

Caretaker, D. F. McKenzfe, 10 m. at $200 per an., Ma}* and June at $20.83 per m. ... 

Cape Breton Coal Mining Co., screened coal, 33 tons at $3.75 

L< ingard Bros.: 1 lamp post, $20 ; sundry lamps, burners, &c, $is.41 ' ............ 

McTver, Donald, mason work on foundation for lamp post, &c 

McKay & Co.: oil, 177 galls, at 25c; 1 street lamp, $8 ; sundry hardware, &'c ' $27 05 ; 

freight, $5 . 20 

McKenzie, Angus, hardwood, 2 cords at $3 ; soft wood, 2 cords at $2.50 '. 

McKenzie, Jno. A , sundry plumbing on drain pipes, &c 

Thompson, A. C. & Co.: work of plumber, 110 hrs. at 35c; helper, 25 hrs. at 15c;" car- 
penter, 40 hrs. at 25c; 4 in. gutter pipe, 146£ ft. at 35c; sundry plumbing and 

material, $43 .00 

Changing wooden boxes, $2 ; fixing hooks for mail bags' $1 
Dartmouth Public Building ($874.74)— 

Caretaker, I. C. Henley, 12 m. to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co., Albion lump coal, 21 02 tons at $5*. ........ 

Bowes, E. M. & Co., painting, kalsomining, &c, in post office, contract," $271 ; repairing- 
plaster, $6 ° 

Dartmouth Gas and Electric Light Co., 21 lights for P. Q '.'. 18 in. to June '30, 1902. at 

$127 per annum ^ ' 

Dartmouth Town, water rates, 12 m. to May i , 1902 

Removing ashes, $2.50; electric lamps, $9.60; fcord soft wood," $2.25 ; taking down 

and putting up stoimsnshes, $6.30; plumbing, $2; sundry repairs, &c, $8.10. 
Digby Public Building ($494.61)— 

Caretaker, F. Dennison, 3 m. to June 30 at $400 per annum . 

Digby Electric Light : 40 lights, 150 nights at 2c each ; 3 lights, 66 nights 1 at '2c each ; 

installing 3 additional lights, $5 

Digby Town, water rates for year ending Sept. 30, 1902. .'..". 

Dunham, C. F., hardware, $6.40 ; Hayden, W. W., Springh'i'ri coal," 3% tons a't'$6.5o! 

Rubenstem Bros., 2 brass plates engraved 

Halifax A. R. G. Office ($1,354.14) - 

Cunard, S. & Co., reserve coal, 8 96 tons at $4 ; Hillis, Jas. & Son, foundry work, $5 75 
Maritime Electric Co., keeping burglar alarm system in order, 15 m. to June 30 1901 
People's Heat and Light Co.: 15 in. to June 1, 1902, 27 "4 c ft. at $2, 13 8 c ft. at $1 50 
Y. M. C. A., Halifax : water rates, 12 m. to July 31, 1901, $17.40 ; rent of offices, 12 m 

to April 30, 1902, $1,200 

Halifax Dominion Building ($9,283.08)— ' 

Engineer, Richard Power, 12 m. to June 30 

Firemen, John Powell, Sept. 28- Jan. 31, 14 d. in Feb.", 'March' and April 'at"$5o' perm"- 

Simon Mackey, 10 d. in Feb. at $50 per m 

Watchman, W. H. Gray, 12 m. to June 30 !...'...'..!..'.. 

Caretaker, Jas. Frs. Sullivan, 12 m. to June 30 

Scrubbing, cleaning &c, July-May: Mrs. Mary Bowen" $44;' 'Martin Butler ' 

Mrs. Pauline Harris, $89 ; Mrs. Mary Keating, $26 ; Thos. Mausley, $153. . .' . 

Anderson, A. & Co., sundry carpentry repairs 

Brander, Morris & Co.: 1 large document cabinet, $84 ; 1 oak typewriter desk, roll top' 



$11; 



painting walls and ceiling of tide-waiter's room on contract", $25 ; 



Buskins, LeMonte, sweeping chimneys, cleaning furnace, &c, $15 50 ; sundry white 

washing, $36 

Cullen, T. M. & Co.: 

cleaning windows, 46 at 25c; glazing, &c, $23.15 

Cunard S. & Co. , reserve coal, 237 ' 53 tons at $4 

Davies, Chas. W.: making wire screen, $13.50 ; repairing vaults,' &c.','locksmith work "4 

d. at $0, 2 at $3.50; helper, 4 d. at $1.50; sundry repairs to locks of P O boxes 

drawers, &c, $64.80 

Dunn J. A : 200-16 c p. lamps, $46; installing bracket'lighti $6 ;' sundry electrical 

plies, $1.66 

Fraser. W, & Son, sundry repairs to office furniture 



sup- 



1— lOv 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
2,280 27 



400 00 
69 60 

79 45 
10 00 
22 75 

34 37 

18 50 

200 00 

6 66 

5 00 

208 36 
123 75 

35 41 

25 80 

8i 50 
11 00 
24 30 



146 59 
3 09 

250 00 
105 09 

277 00 

190 50 
21 40 

30 75 

100 00 

128 96 
30 00 

224 15 
11 50 

41 59 
19 65 
75 50 

1,217 40 

750 00 

346 60 
468 00 
400 00 

323 00 

50 37 

119 00 

51 50 

59 05 
950 15 



111 30 

53 66 
179 50 



10,375 53 



V-146 



AUDITOR GEXERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward . 



24, 



Halifax Dominion Building — Concluded. 
Halifax City, $ L,500 . 34— 

Water rates, 2 years to Nov. 1, 1902 

Use of water, Apl. 6-Oct. 24, 1900, 4,312,350 galls, at 9ie. per 1,000 galls., Oct, 

1900- Apl. 28, 1901, 563,250 galls, at 14£c. per 1,000": meter rent, $15 '. 

Halifax Elec. Tramway Co., lighting post office, 15 m. to May 26, 1902, 32,224 kilo watt 

h. at 10c 

Longard Bros. : repairing elevator, $19.50 ; fitting new rope on elevator, $18.50 ; machin- 
ists work, 5 67 d. at $4 ; plumbers, 33 "28 d. at $4 ; sundry machine work and mater- 
ial, $76.66 

Malcom & -Johnstone : mason work, 327 h. at 47c; carpenters work, 87 h. at 30c; 

labourer, 275 h. at 20c; staging lumber, $20 ; 12 in. x 24 in roofing slate, 178 at 9c; 

sundry repairs and material, $25 .03 

Mackenzie, Hugh D., stove coal, 6 ' 98 tons at $5 50 

People's Heat & Light Co.: gas, 600 c ft. at $2, 23,000 c ft. at $1 ; meter rent, $12 

Silver, W- & C: linoleum, 8 yds. at $1.10 ; cocoa mats, 5 at $1.75 ; sundry, $1.40 

Inspecting boiler, $10 ; shovelling snow, $3.75; repairing clocks, $7.50; locksmith 

work, $3 . 75 ; repairs, $3 . 75 .... 

Halifax Drill Hall ($888.98)— 

In charge of furnaces : R. Harmon, July-May 27 at $50 ; John Crovvell, Dec. 12-June 

30 at $50 

Davies, Chas. W., repairing locks, $4; Robertson, Wm. & Son, hardware, $10.79 
Halifax, Engineer Dod well's Office ($461.50)— 

Roy, James E.: rent of offices, 15 m. to May 1, 1902, $437.50 ; 2 y. light, $24 

Halifax Examining Warehouse ($1,979.37) — 

Caretaker : Martin O'Neil, 12 m. to June 30 at $400 ; cleaning offices, 11 m. to May 31 

at $6 ; extra, $1.50 , 

Charwoman, Mrs. Ellen Kennedy, 11 m. to May 31 at $10 

Cunard, S. & Co., reserve coal, 48 " 997 tons at $4 

Halifax City : water power for elevators, 12 m. to Oct. 14, 1901, 418,150 galls, at lAhc, 

per 1,000 ; meter rent, $10 

Longard Bros., repairing elevators, &c 

Malcolm & Johnstone : rebuilding chimney stacks, &c, mason work, 68 h. at 47c; labour, 

68 h. at 20c: material, $11.95 ' 

People's Heat & Light Co., gas, 20,500 ft. at $2, 11,200 ft. at $1 . 50 

Walker, James, rent of appraisers building, 12 m. to April 1, 1902 

Sweeping chimney and cleaning furnace, $2 ; carting ashes, 50 brls. at 6c; lumber, $2. . . 
Halifax Immigrant Building ($1,615.14) — 

Fireman, John Oxley, 12 m. to June 30 , 

Brander, Morris & Co., 35 yds . linoleum for dining room 

Buskins, LeMonte, sweeping chimneys, $3 ; Dunn, J. A., electrical supplies, $2.12 

Canadian General Elec. Co., 16 c p. lamps, 100 at 23c each .... 

Halifax Electric Tramway Co., electric light, 15 m. to May 26, 1902, 5,5S3,000 watt h. at 

10c per 1,000 

MacKenzie, Hugh D. & Co., round coal, 97 '93 tons at $4 

Halifax Marine and Eisheries Department ($17)— 

Brander, Morris & Co., 1 roll top desk 

Kentviile Public Building ($1,524.15)— 

Caretaker, W. Hiltz, 12 m. to June 30 , 

Canada Coals & Ry. Co., round coal, 35036 tons at $4.75 

Dodge, E. H. & Co.: linoleum, $15; 1 couch, $15 ; easy chair, $12; library table, $15 

chairs, $18 50 ; sundry. $18.50 

Dodge, B. H. : 1 door check, $10 ; sundry hardware, $5 

Dunn, J. A.: installing electric fixtures in P. O., $162 ; 2 portable lamps, $10 

Kentviile Electric Lt. & Power Co., lighting post office, 9 in. to Sept. 30, 1901 at $5 per 

light per annum, $93.76, 9 m. to June 30, 1902 at $50 per | year 

Kentviile town, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

McFatridge, Wm.. laying granite curbing and asphalt sidewalk contract 

Parker, Wallace, making and setting up extension to bag rack 

1 extension ladder, $2 . 72 ; plumbing, &c, $10; sign for Inland Revenue office, $7.50; 

i cord wood, $1 . 25 ; repairing roof, $1 

Liverpool Public Building ($1,401.93)— 

Caretaker, James Clements, 12 m. to June 30 

Dexter, I. V.: 1 ton Acadian lump coal, $6.90 ; coal oil, 37 "95 galls, at 22c 

Kenna, James, coal delivered at buildings, 30 '05 tons at $6 , 

Liverpool Town, $107.89— 

Water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1902. 

39-16 c p. lamps, 15 m. to July 1, 1902 at $119.50 per year, $149.40; installations, 

,&c, $2.99.. 

McQuinn, H. S.: 1 in. galv. pipe, 410 ft. at 83c; galv. crosses, T's., &c, $37.20; fitting 

pipe, $16 ; sundry drilling, &c, $29.50 

Snodden, Geo. A.: 1 roll top desk, $25 ; 2 office chairs, $10.43 ; 3 lamps, $13.50 



Carried forward. 



$ ets. 


10,375 53 


1,000 00 


506 34 


3,222 40 



270 47 



295 84 
38 40 
36 20 
21 95 

28 75 



574 19 
14 79 



461 50 



467 50 
110 00 

195 99 

70 63 
12 94 

57 51 

57 80 

1,000 00 

7 00 

600 00 

37 00 

5 12 

23 00 

558 30 
391 72 

17 00 

400 00 
166 42 

94 00 

15 00 
172 00 

243 76 
50 00 

350 00 
10 50 

22 47 

400 00 

15 25 

180 30 

15 50 

152 39 

117 55 
48 90 



23,211 91 



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V-147 



Dominion ISuildings : ITIaintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Liverpool Public Building— Concluded, 

Van Home, Jos.: hath room plumbing and alteration contract, $453 ; sundry, $14.64. . 

Truckage, $1 .90 ; 1 cord wood, §2.50 

Lunenburg Public Building ($863.23)— 

Caretaker, J. E. Hebb, 12 m. to June 30 

Anderson, Bcnj., stove coal, 30 tons at $5 . 05 

Lunenburg Gas Co.: electric light, 1^ years to Juno 30, 1902, at §140 per year ; lamps, 

$6.55 

Lunenburg Water, Elec. Light, Heating & Bower Co.: water rates, 15 m. to Sept. 80, 

1902 

Powers, Frank, wash basin and fittings and setting up 

Ross, P. II. : brussela carpet, 25 yds. at $1.10 ; steel wire mats, 2 at §0 ; sundry furnish- 
ings, $35.93 

Young, Jno. B . : 2 cords kindling wood, sawed and split 

New Glasgow Public Building ($1,485) — 

Caretakers : D. McDonald, 3 m. to Sept. 30, at $25 ; Jas. A. Neutch, Oct. 3-June 30, at 

$25 

Bent & Cohoon, hardware, $10.28 ; Kenna, Jas., coal, 50"4 tons at $5 

MacGregor & Co., hardware, $11.02; Mcintosh, Wm. & Co., 10 yds. Canadian' en sign j 

$16. 2o , 

New Glasgow Elec. Co.: lighting, 15 m. to June 30, 1902, $298 . 30 ; 272 arcs "at 45c . ; i 

incandescent light, 456 nights at 3c 

New Glasgow Town : water rates, 12 m . to Dec . 1 , 1902 .... 

Olding, R. L. : putting new covering on roof of public building, contract, $294 ; repairs 

$1.20 

Ross, Wm.: linoleum and laid, $43 ; mats, $2 

Electric lamps, 27 at 30c; 50 ft. f in. rubber hose, $6 ; 1 cord kindling wood, $1;' toilet 

paper, $2 . 20 ; sundries, $3 . 35 

North Sydney Bublic Building ($2,288.30)— 

Caretaker, Alex . Green, 12 m . to June 30 

Buchanan, W . H . : connecting sewer of public building to main sewer ........... 

Cape Breton Coal Mining Co . , screened coal, 45 tons at $3 . 45 .".... 

Musgrove, Wm. B., services as clerk of works, July-Dec, 166 d. at $3 

North Sydney Elec. Light Co., light, 15 m. to March 31, 1902 .......... 

ii Town, water rates, 9 m . to March 31, 1902 ' ' .....,' 

Robertson, J. C: brackets, &c, $11 ; Richards, Thos.: cleaning ciosets, &c, $ibl ! '. 
Rubenstein Bros . : 49N.B. numbers for B . O . boxes, $7.35; 117 brass figures for B.O 

drawers, 88 . 19 

Shean, R. & Co.: 12 in. galv. iron smoke pipe, contract, $32.50; plumbing and fitting 
&c, contract, $1,478; extra closet and fittings for janitor's apartmemt, $165; sun 

sundry plumbing, $16.70 ; less paid in 1900-1901, page V— 64, $1,000 

Woods, James W . , 1 15 ft. Dominion flag 



$ cts. 



Hardware, $15.33 ; 1 cord hard wood, $4.50 

Pictou Public Building ($1,293.19)— 

Caretaker, James Arbuckle, 12 m . to June 30 

Acadie Coal Co., Albion lump coal, 80'64 tons at $4.75 . 

Arbuckle, Ers., removing storm windows, $12; Barry Bros., 51 dressed and bored posts 

$25.50 

Bonner, Wm.: painting 116 posts, 20 braces, chain, &c, 2 coats, $32 •sundry, 'painting 

and repairs, $31 .64 

Campbell, Simon W. : partition off coal bins in basement of B.O., $13 ; labour, $i. .... 

Curson, Adam, hardware, $18.16 ; Eraser, Neil, hardware, $27 ....... 

McDonald, Angus, furnishing ladders and removing storm sashes 

McDonald, Jesse A., 1 clock, $14 ; Baulin, Jas. T., split and cut wood, 2 A cords' at $4.20 
Pictou Gas Light Co.: gas for year, P.O., 102,200 c ft. at $2.50; custoimhouse. 1 000 

ft. at $4.10; 1 outside lamp at B.O. , $15 

Bainting, cleaning, &c, $7 ; supplying water, $4.33; sweeping chimneys, $4;' plumbinjr! 

$6 . 87 ; hardware, $4 . 55 

Springhill Bublic Building ($00.06)— 

Caretaker. Samuel McDowell, May and Jane at $400 per ann. . . 

Sydney Bublic Building ($1,269.33)— 

Caretaker, L. Keefe, 12 m . to June 30 

Cape Breton Coal Mining Co., screened coal, 40 "1 tons at $3.50 

Cape Breton Elec. Co.: lighting, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, 2,894 : 8 kilo watts at lOlc • 

meter rent, $5 . 55 

Gillis, R., 1 large desk, $30 ; Ingraham, A. D., sundry groceries, $33.87. 

Sydney Gas and Elec. Co. : gas, 6 m. to June 20, 1901, 106,437 ft. at 16-£c. ; meter rent $& R 
Repairing letter boxes, $8.50 ; toilet paper, $2 ; glass and glazing, $3 40 

Truro Bublic Building ($1,607.38)— 

Caretaker, Alex. B. Smith, 12 m . to June 30 

Canada Coal and Ry . Co., round coal, 49 '59 tons at $5.10 .* " 



l-10£v 



Carried forward. 



23,211 91 


467 64 

4 40 


300 00 

109 50 


216 55 


73 75 
17 00 


75 43 
11 00 


297 22 

202 28 


27 27 


434 38 

100 00 


295 20 
45 00 


23 65 


400 00 

16 50 

155 25 

498 00 

436 98 

16 50 

21 00 



15 54 



692 20 
16 50 
19 83 


400 00 
383 04 


37 50 


63 64 
14 00 
45 16 
24 00 
24 50 



274 60 

26 75 

66 GG 

400 00 
140 35 

475 !>:» 
0.". 87 

175 31 
13 90 

350 00 
252 91 



31,552 02 



V-148 



AUDITOR GENERAL' 8 REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Truro Public Building — Concluded. 

Chambers Elec. Light and Power Co., electric light, 15 m. to March 31, 1902 : Custom- 
house, $17.81; ex- warehouse, $11.90; post office, $193.19; janitor's room, $32.50; 

1 arc light, $125 

Dexter, P.: sewer and trenching and cutting wall, 70 ft. at 50c; sundry plumbing, 

$23.09 

Hanson, C. S.: 2 pieces (50 ft.) wire bound hose, $17; oil, 42 '9 galls, at 22c; sundry 

hardware, &c, $17.74 

Jewell, Stewart, cleaning closets, $15 ; Smith, A. P., paper and hanging, $21.58 

Spencer, L., cleaning painting and tinting in Post Office and Customs rooms, contract. . 
Spencer, Turner & Logan : 100 ft. fence, 3 ft. high, $55; 3 gates and 4 gate posts, $22.50 ; 

hanging gates, $12 ; 1 roll top office desk, $21 ; sundries, $18.60 

Truro Town : frontage for sewerage, 195£ ft . at 50c , 

Repairing clock, $1 .50 ; li cords wood, $4.87 ; sweeping chimneys, $2 

Windsor Public Building ($1,298.87)— 

Caretaker, J . A . Mosher, 12 m . to June 30 

Blanvelt, Aaron G., carpenter work, $9-1.78 ; Cosman, M., furnace pipes, $7.50 

Dinnock & Armstrong : 1 force pump, $8.50 ; sundry hardware, $11.09 

Goudge, M. H. & Son : coal, furnace, 30 "32 tons at $4.75; reserve, 30 tons at $4.50; 

Acadia, 1 ' 12 tons at $5 . 50 ; lumber, $8 . 25 

Graham, James E . , sundry hardware 

Murphy, Fred. F. : bath and 2 street washers, contract, $43.35 ; sundrv plumbing, $10.68. 
Windsor Elec Light Co.: light, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, $285 ; lamps, 45 at 35c, 24 at 

30c, 24 at 25c 

Windsor Town, water rates, 12 m . to July 1, 1 902 

M work cleaning drain, to entrance of main sewer 

Yarmouth Public Building ($1,774.46)— 

Caretaker, W. H. Whalen, 12 m. to June 30 

Baker, Amos, painting, 12 h. at $2 ; Brown & Smith, hardware, $13.95 

Butler. W. H., labour on roof, 7 d. at $2 ; Crowell, S. A. & Co., hardware, $17.72 .... 
Eldridge, Benj., painting post office, 11^ d. at $2 ; Graves Bros., spring hinges, 2 prs. at 

$5.25 



Improved Light Co. : mantels, 89 at 40c; chimnej's, 6 at 20c, 16 at 15c 

Killam Bros., egg coal, 60 tons at $5.40 ; Kinney-Haley Mfg. Co., lumber, $18.88 

Morton, G. J. : 4 rubber mats, $11 ; sundry hardware, $13.21 

Pettet & Sellars, mason work, &c, $11.78 ; Spinney, E. K., hardware, $22.23 

Wallace, James A : refitting radiators, $66.39 ; repairing locks and keys, &c, $24.93. . 

Yarmouth Gas Light Co., gas, 18 m. to July 1, 1902, 318,500 ft. at $2 

Yarmouth Water Co., water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Office furniture, $7.80 ; 2^ cords wood, $7 ; repairing flags, &c, $7.50 ; carpenter work, 

$6.42 ; hardware, $1.95 

Charlottetown Dominion Building ($5,044.61) — 

Engineer, Wm. J. Fraser, 12 m. to June 30 

Messengers, M. A. Allen and Geo. Walker, at $500 each per annum 

Watchman, Angus McKenzie, July, $33.33, 11 m. to June 30 at $540 per annum 

Charlottetown Light & Power Co. : gas, 16m. to July 1, 1902, 487,500 ft. at $2. 20, 305,000 
ft. at $2 ; meter rent, $6.40 ; discount taken in Nov. and Dec. 1900-1901, $14.13. . 

Charlottetown Water Commissioners, water rates, 15 m. to Sept. 30, 1902 

Down, Augustus, w T ood, 8 cords at $4 , 

Fennell & Chandler: 120 ft. lj-in. hose and couplings, $49; sundry hardware, $28.96. . . 

Finlayson, Kenneth : laying platform for coal, $9.18 ; repairing boxes, 252 at 25c each ; 
new locks and keys, screws, &c, $8.25 

Kennedy, A. & Co. : 1-4.^ yds. Dominion ensign, $14 ; flag pole, &c, $6.25 

Myrick, J. H. & Co. : soap, 14 boxes at $6 ; brooms, assorted, $12.41 ; sundry, $33.70.. 

McKenna, Bernard, shovelling snow, 150 h. at 15c ; Pickard, A. & Co., round coal, 164*23 
tons at $3 . 65 

Prouse Bros. : 1 cork carpet for savings bank, $20 ; dusting and scrubbing cloths, $9 

Stewart, B. & Co. : 1 set grate bars, 1,120 lbs. at 3^c; sundry repairs to furnaces, &c, 
$40.72 

Stewart, J. A., 1 ash desk, $15 ; platform and rest, $2 

Wright, Mark : 1 desk, $22 . 50, chair, $4 . 75 ; chair cushion, $1 

Clock dials, &c, $7.50 ; sundry smithwork, $7.65 

Charlottetown Resident Engineer's Office — 

Merchants Bank of P.E. Island, rent of offices, 15 m. to June 30, 1902 

Kensington, P.E.I., Post Office- 
Sutherland W., painting letter box .... 

Montague Public Building ($303.76) — 

Caretaker, Wm. G illis, 12 m. to June 30 .... 

Dewar, George, general repairs to post office 

Montague Electric Co., lighting, 15 m. to May 31, 1902 

Wightman, Geo., screened coal, 1623 tons at $4.90 ; kindling wood, $2.50; hardware, 
$14.26 



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Brought forward 



Stanley Bridge Post Office ($0.75)— 

MrLeod, Jno., painting post office box 

Summerside Public Building ($996.83)— 

Caretaker, Angus MacSween, 12 in. to June 30, $400 ; outlay, $1 .86 

Clow, Win. : pumping water, $2.40; removing ashes, &c, $12; assisting in removing 
double windows, $1 ... 

Ilobnan, R. T., coal: anthracite, 40'54 tons, at $6.35, bituniinous,£l0"03 tons at $4.50; 
sundry hardware, $30.66 

Johnston, Thos. : lining tank. $22 ; sundry plumbing, &c, $14.39 

McDonald, John A., repairing coil in appraiser's room 

Summerside Electric Light Co. : lighting, 16 m. to June 30, 1902, at $11 per m. ; 4 32 
c.p. lamps at 50c, 18 16 c.p. lamps at 25c. ; fixing lights, 60c 

Altering and setting up bag rack, $4; pumping water, &e., $6 ; adjusting combination 

lock of vault, $2 ; cleaning drain, $2.05 : glass and glazing, $1.80 

Bathnrst Public Building ($1,770.58)— 

Caretaker, Jas. A. Melanson, 12 m. to June 30 

Hache, Pierre J., hardwood, 7 cords at $3 ; Fitzgerald, R. E., door springs, $5.50 

Ives, H. R. & Co. : grate bars, $10.35 ; freight on same, $1.87 

Melanson, Sam. : coal oil, 100 galls, at 24c ; carpet, 50 yds. at 52^c. ; 1 roll felt, $2.25 ; 
chairs, 2 office, tilting, $26, 2 easy at $15 each, wickers, 2 at $9.75, 1 rattan, $8, 1 
rocker, $5, 5 at $2.50 ; sundry furniture, $7.30 ; repairs to chairs, $4.45 ; hardware, 
$10.69 

Sutton, R. A. : painting woodwork of private offices in Customs, varnishing desks in long 
room, oiling floors, tinting walls and repairing plaster on same, contract 

Wh fce, Henry : coal contr., 42'39 tons, at $8.75 ; covering of fiat with galv. iron, $100 ; new 
flashings to slate roof and gutters $75 ; metallic ceilings in customs offices, including 
painting, $325, in post office, $25; repairing plaster in caretaker's quarters, $75; re- 
newing locks and repairing doors generally, $25; painting and repairs to chimney, $120. 
Carleton, N.B., Public Building ($885.65)— 

Caretaker, J. R. Reid, 12 m. to June 30 

Clark, D. W. & Sons : electrie light as per contract, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, $225 ; 4—16 
c. p. lamps, $1 . 

Kennedy & Lambert : painting, labour, 6 d. at $2.50 ; colour, 63 lbs. at 18c ; whiting, &c, 
si. 6*6 

Long, Jno. W. & Son : taking down and rebuilding settled parts of foundation walls and 
resetting stone steps and laying concrete floor in post office ; sundry labour and 
material 



McDermott, Alex., hauling earth and levelling same, 300 loads at 20c 

Perkins & Belyea : fencing post office lot, contract, $175 ; repairing roof, $7.50 

St. John City, water rates for year ending May 1, 1902 

Vroom & Arnold, nut hard coal, contract, 8 13 tons at $5.40 

Work on archway, $7.55; plumbing, $5.80; ^ cord hardwood, $2.50; £ cord kindling, 

S2.25 

Chatham, N.B., Public Building ($1,026.83)— 

Caretaker, Chas. Johnston, 12 in. to June 30 

Bell, John B., painting walls and ceilings of 2 rooms occupied by G. A. Day 

Call, R. R.: coal contract, anthracite, 40"232 tons at $6.95, bituminous 20'623 tons at $4.80 
Chatham Electric Light Co.: lighting 3 m. to April 1, 1901, and 10 m. to March 31, 1902, 

13 m. at $13 per m.; lamps, &c, $16.92 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison : 1 double flat top desk $45, 1 bookcase $13.50, 1 table 

$4 .-50, 1 revolving chair $9 

McDonald, Jno. & Co., repairs to office furniture , 

Watt, Geo., hardware $25.62 ; Woods, J. W., 1 15-ft. Dominion flag, $16.50 

1 pr. spring hinges $3.35 ; 1 doz. special hooks $2.85 , 

Dalhousie Public Building ($978.16)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Gould, 12 m. to June 30 

Canada Coals & Ry. Co., round coal, 10| tons at $5 . 80 

Dickie, John, repairing and painting post office, contract 

McDonald, D.: coal oil, 40 galls, at 24c, 82 galls, at 23c; 1 cord wood, $2.50 ; sundries, 

$2.90 

-Taylor, Jos. H., hard coal, 207 tons at $8.35 

Laying sidewalk in front of custom-house, $9 ; hardware, $6 

Frederic-ton Public Building ($1,676.18)— 

Caretaker, Ludlow Yerxa, 12 m. to June 30 ; outlay, $3 

Chestnut, R. & Sons, sundry hardware . . 

Clarke, 11. M. : new sash cord and work on sashes of P.O., $30 ; repairs to letter boxes, 

$17 ; taking down and putting up storm sashes in P.O. and C. II., $29.50; sundry 

repairs and material, $17.15 

Farrell, Pat'k.: coal contract : chestnut, 6 tons at $5.90, egg, 39 19 tons at $5.73 

Fredericton City, water rates 12 m. to Nov. 1, 1902 

Fredericton Gas Light Co. : gas, 15 m. to May 1, 1902, 55,400 ft. at $3, 174,300 ft. at 

$2.70 ; 1 arc light 414 nights at 30c; meter rent $1 .50 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 


41,229 79 


75 


401 86 


15 40 


333 23 
36 39 
11 00 


183 10 


15 85 


400 00 
26 50 
12 22 


175 94 


40 00 


1,115 92 


100 00 


226 00 


28 00 


218 65 
60 00 

182 50 

8 50 

43 90 


18 10 


300 00 

26 00 

378 59 


185 92 


72 00 

16 00 

42 12 

6 20 


400 00 

59 45 

297 00 


33 86 

172 85 

15 00 


403 00 
13 67 


93 65 

259 94 
49 50 


762 42 



48,470 77 



V-150 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Fredericton Public Building — Concluded. 

McMurray & Co. : window shades for P. O. $25 . 50, for custom-house, $2S ; 1 case toilet 

paper $8 . 50 .- , 

Nason, D. D., 3 cords wood . . . . . . 

Repairs to P. O. boxes $3 ; office chairs and repairs, $14.50 ; grinding lawn mowers, $2. 
Moncton Public Building ($1,976.11)— 

Caretaker, E. B. Hicks, 12 m. to June "30, $100 ; outlay, $40 . 45 

Anchor Wire Pence Co., 3 guards in post office 

Canada Coals & Ry. Co., round coal. 60 tons at $4 . 45 

Marks, Jno. H., soft wood and stored, 3 cords at $3 

Moncton Water & Light Co. ($657.26)— 

Gas, 15 m. to June 1, 1902, 306,100 ft. at $1.60 

Water, 15 m, to Sept. 1, 1902 

Robertson & Givan, sundry hardware and repairs . . 

Rowe, C. O.: work of plumbers, 39 d. at $3.50, helper, 39 d. at $1.50 ; carpenter, 8 d. at 

$2.50; 4 Richileau closet*, $20; 4 oak copper-lined cisterns, $16; 1 bath, $16.50; 

4-in. soil pipe, 75 ft. at 25c, 2-in., 30 ft. at 20c; copper, 80 lbs. at 35c; sheathing 

moulding, flooring, &c, $25.68 ; sundry plumbing, &c, material, $68.67 

Tuttle, J. M. & Co., sundry carpenter repairs 

Newcastle Public Building ($1,214.15)— 

Caretaker, Pat'k. Keating, 12 m. to June 30 

Call, R. R.: gas, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 114,000 ft. at $3; anthracite furnace coal, 30 4 

tons at $6 . 80 ; bituminous round coal, 25 " 8 tons at $4 . 80. 

Masson, Frank, lining gutters and repairing gates, iron roof contract , 

Ruddock, J . M., sundry foundry woi k 

Fire wicks, $6.25; 2 cords wood, $2.40; glass, $4; sand and lime, &c, $7; hardware, 

$12 97 
Portland P"ost Office ($555.83)— 

Boyd, James, painting, varnishing and whitewashing in north end post office, contract. . 

deBury, R. Visart, rent of lot on Main st., 2 yrs. to May 1, 1902 

Holman, F. E., & Co., wall paper, $13.49 ; Huey, Jas., whitewashing, &c, $25 

Jackson, Wm. H., scavenger work, $28 ; McKeown, H. A., legal services $31. 

St. John City, water rates, 1 yr. to May 1, 1902 

St. John Ry. Co.: gas, 15 m. to May 1, 1902, 44,200 ft. at $1.75 ; meter, $1.50 

Vroom & Arnold, nut hard coal, 6 ' 046 tons at $5 . 25 

Hardwood and kindling, $4 . 75 ; hardware, $4 . 19 

Sussex Public Building ($79S. 86)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. N. Dryden, 12 m. to June 30, $200 ; outlay, $2 

Andrews, A.: painting, 150 yds. at 10c; kalsoinining, 350 yds at 5c; patching plaster, 

$1.50 

Dryden, H. H., 1 flag, $15 ; Kent, T., oil, 43£ galls, at 21£, 50 galls, at 20|c; brooms, $1.63, 

overpaid 25c , 

Short, C. W., coal, contract, 34 ' 1 tons at $7 . 80 

Sussex Mercantile Co.: egg coal, 5 tons at $7.50 ; coal, 4 tons at $6.50 ; wood, $4.70 

Sussex Water & Elec Co.: elec light, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, at $8.25 per m.; lamps, 1 

32 c p., 50c, 13—16 c. p. at 25c. ... . _ .,. . 

Wallace Bros. : making office desk, repairing 200 letter boxes, laying plate glass plates in 

counter, &c. , contract, $29 .50 ; glass and glazing, $2 . 55 

1 cord soft wood, $2 ; letter box and clips for filing, $2 ; repairing clock, $1 ; cleaning 

sewer, $3 

John Custom House ($5,026.06) — 

Engineer, N. J. Morrison, 12 m. to June 30 

Fireman, Chris. White, 12 m. to June 30 . , 

Caretaker, Jas. A. Paul, 12 m. to June 30 

Boiler Inspection Co., $20 ; Clunan, Michel, shovelling snow, &c, 170 h. at 17c 

Feltham, E., scrubbing and cleaning offices, 105 d. at $1 

Fitzgerald, Richard, washing windows, 92 at 60c, 65 at 50c, 48 at 40c 

Lordly, Sterling B.: 1 bookcase cabinet to order, $35 ; 1 ash case, $17.50. 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison : 1 file cabinet, $14.50 ; 1 office desk, $18.50 ; 1 stand- 
ing desk, $10 ; 5 chairs for leather and springs, $66 ; 3 carpet squares, $39 50 ; sundry 

furnishings and repairs, $49 . 20 . 

McAvity, T. & Sons, hardware, $11 ; Nixon, Geo., window shades, $13.61 

Porter. John, hauling ashes and rubbish from furnace room, 130 loads at 20c 

St. John City, rent of lot in Duke's ward, 1 year to July 1, 1901 

St. John City : water supply, 12 m. to May 1, 1902, 3,191,900 galls, at l£c. per 100 galls.: 

meter rent, $33 

St. John Ry. Co.: elec. light, 15 m. to May 1, 1902, 37,500 (| constant) watts at 13Jc, 

meter rent, $3.15 ; gas, 15 m. to May 1, 1902, 373,800 ft. at $1.75 ; meter rent, $6 . . . . 

Vroom & Arnold : hard coal, nut, 5.045 tons at $6.65, furnace, 270 '3 tons at $4.86 

Watters, John, 1 cord hardwood, $10, \ cord kindling, $2.25 

White, John : 1 roll top desk, $41 ; 1 case pigeon-holes, $18 ; 1 desk, $11.25 

Repairing chair, $1.15 ; toilet paper, $3.60; 2 tons reserve coal, $9; hardware, $1.40 



St 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
48,470 77 



62 00 
12 50 
19 50 

440 45 

157 00 

267 00 

9 00 

489 76 

167 50 

15 00 



414 60 
15 80 

400 00 

672 50 
95 00 
14 03 

32 62 

63 50 
261 80 
38 49 
59 00 
13 50 
78 86 

31 74 
8 94 

202 00 

34 00 

36 38 

265 98 
68 20 

152 25 

32 05 

8 00 

720 00 

600 00 

500 00 

48 90 

105 00 

106 90 
52 50 



197 70 
24 61 
26 00 
22 00 

511 78 

665 84 

1,347 18 

12 25 

70 25 

15 15 



58,135 78 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-151 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward . 



St. John Immigration Building ($862.07)— 

Caretakers : David Adams, Jan. 17-March 31, 75 d. at $1,50 ; D. B. Lord, 2 d. in Jan. 

at SI. 50 ; Andrew Sterling, IG d. in Dec. at $3, Jan. 12-March 31, 78 d. at $1.50 

Carleton Eiec. Lt. & Tower Co., lighting, Dec. 16-May 31, 1902 ($286.01)— 

Arc lamps at 50c. each : 7 lamps, 1 night, G, 1 night, 5, 3 nights, 4, 7 nights, 3, 38 
nights, 2, 2 nights, 1, 115 nights 

Incandescent lighting, 764,300 watts at 18c, $137.61 ; meter rent, $2.40. , 

Changing light 

Carroll R. A., hard coal, 43'415 tons at $5.75 

Mc Avity, T., & Sons, brushes, mops and handles 

St. John City : water supply, 5 m. to May 1, 1902, 163,600 galls, at He. per 100 galls.; 

meter rent, $4.59 

Vroom & Arnold : coal, chestnut, 1'03 ton at $5.85, egg, 1 ton, $5.75 ; 8 barrels, 80c; 1 

load kindling, $1.65 

St. John Observatory ($147.03)— 

Lordly, Sterling B.: oak instrument stands, 2 at $17.75; wall brackets, 2 at $3.75; 4 

window shades, $3.52 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison : 1 desk and chair, $34 ; choirs, 2 at $1.25 

McAvity, T. & Sons : 1 chandelier, $9.60 ; 1 Yale night latch, $2.50 

Skinner, A. O. : inlaid linoleum, 40£ yds. at $1.25 ; laying, $1.00 

St. John Post Office ($7,331.13)— 

Engineer, Jos. Wolfe, 12 m. to June 30 

Elevator-man, Edward Haney, 12 m. to June 30 

Winding and regulating clock, G. H. Martin, 1 y. to Nov. 1, 1901 ; 

Amland Bros. : repairs to office furniture 

Boiler Inspection Co., inspecting boiler, $10 ; Ferguson & Page, clock for P. O., $20; re 

pairing clocks, $3.50 .... . 

Fitzgerald, Richard : washing windows, $61.20 ; cleaning upper flat, 6 d. at $2 ; sundry 

cleaning repairs, &c, $12 

Hunter, James : incandescent lamps, 32-c.p., 75 at 35c, 16-c.p., 75 at 25c; repairs, &c. 

$ 4.10 

Lordly, Sterling B,: 1 double desk, 6 ft. 2.in. x 4 ft. 6-in., top oak with pigeon-hole 

case on top, &c, $52.50 ; 1 oak cabinet, $35 ; repairs, &c, $3.50 

Miller, Elizabeth, charwoman, 35£ d. at $1 , 

Porter, John, hauling ashes, 51 loads at 30c , 

Skinner, A. O.: linoleum, 22^ yds. at $1.25, laying, 60c; 1 mat, $2.10 

St. John City : water supply^ 12 m. to May 2, 1902, 4,368,900 galls, at l-|c. per 100 galls.; 

meter rent, $24 

St. John Rv. Co.: gas, 15 m. to May 1, 1902, 11,000 ft at $1.75 ; meter rent, $10 ; electric 

light, 15 m. to May 1, 1902, 5,605,400 (4 constant) watts at 13£c ; 4,300,300 (2 constant) 

watts at 13£c ; Edison sockets, 3 at 25c, 8 at 35c; incandescent lamps, 32-cn., 10 at 

3ic, 16-c.p., 50 at 18c, 8-c.p., 20 at 18c 

Vrooman & Arnold, hard coal, nut, 5"33 tons at $5.25, furnace, 117 '87 tons at $4.90, 

Pictou, 716 tons at $4.50 

White, Jno. : oak table, $7 ; sundry furniture and repairs, $9.05 

Supplies for engineers, $10 ; 1 rug, $4.25 ; window shades, $7.50; toilet paper, $13.80; 

grate lining, $1.90 ; hardwood and kindling, $9.75 ; carpenter work, $2 

John Savings Bank ($524.37) — 

Boiler Inspection Co., inspecting boiler 

Skinner, A. O.: inlaid linoleum, 43h yds. at $1.25 ; rugs, 3 at $4 ; laying, $2 

St. John City : water supply, 12 m. to May 1, 1902, $15.98 ; meter rent, $2.52 

St. John Ry. Co.: gas, 15 m. to May 1, 1902, 89,200 ft. at $1.75 ; meter rent, $3 

Vrooman & Arnold : hard coal, nut, 5 '065 tons at $5.25, egg, 38 '674 tons at $5.10; 

Pictou, 6' 156 tons at $4.50 

Watters, John, 1 cord hardwood 

Counter stools, 4 at 75c; snow shovels, 2 at 30c; repairs to door hinges, $3.25 



St, 



St. Stephen Public Building ($1,930.84)— 

Caretaker, Samuel Topping, 12 m. to June 30 

Clerke, C. H., egg coal, 24 tons at $5.70 ; Person, Levi, dressed stone for curbing, con- 

- tract, $80 

Hannah, N. L., sundry carpenter work, contract 

McGarrity & Regan : plumbing, putting in closets, &c, contract, $106; covering flag pole, 

making and repairing conductors, $8 

Polley, Arthur, repairing brick and *tone work on P. O. contract 

Robinson Whitney : painting contract 

St. Croix E. L. & Water Co. : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1 902 

St. Croix Gas Light Co.: bridge office, 18 m. to July 1, 1902, 24,800 ft. at $3; public 

building, 147,700 ft. at $3 

Vroom Bros. : brussels carpet, 21 yds. at $1.25 ; making, &c, $3.04 

Woods, James W. : 1 15 ft. Dominion flag 

3 cords edgings, $5.25 ; repairing clock, $1.50 



Carried forward 



$ Ct3. 



58,135 73 



280 50 



144 50 
140 01 

1 50 

249 60 

2 65 

29 11 

14 20 



46 52 


36 50 


12 10 


51 91 


660 CO 


600 00 


80 00 


31 79 



33 50 

85 20 

49 10 

91 00 
35 50 
15 30 
30 83 

679 33 



4,230 52 



G37 81 
16 05 


49 20 


10 CO 

63 38 

18 50 

159 11 


251 53 
10 00 

6 85 



400 00 



216 80 
200 00 


114 00 

300 00 

GO 00 

64 00 


517 50 

29 29 

16 50 

6 75 



68,931 22 



V-152 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Tracadie Lazaretto ($1,545.17)— 

Care of furnace and pump, Sceur Doucet, 12 m. to April 24, 1902. . 

Call, R. R., anthracite egg coal, 100 ' 63 tons at $S.35 

Doucet, Sr.: plumbing, 8 d. at $2; carpenter work, $27; mason work, $20.25; labour, 
$4.60; linseed oil, 40 galls, at $1 ; paint, 10 lbs. at 10c; boards, 2,000 ft. at $7.50; 
stone, 2\ cords at $5 ; trips with ice, 153 trips at 30c; 4 men, 5 hrs. each at $1 ; wood, 

150 cords at $2 ; sundry work and material, $38.71 ; cartage, $5 

Woodstock Public Building ($1,021.87)— 

Caretaker, Chas. Traf ton, 12 m. to June 30 

Care of clock, H. V. Dalling, 15 m. to May 1, 1902, $72 ; repairing locks and setting com- 
binations on safe, $2 

Dibblee, W. F. & Son : coal contract, 32'177 tons at $6.75 

Small & Fisher Co.: making 10 P.O. drawers, $10 ; sundry repairs, &c, $15.03 

Woodstock Elec Lt. Co.: 18 m. to June 30, 1902, tower clock, $120; post office, $120... . 

Woodstock Town, water supply, 12 m. to May 1, 1902 

Softwood, 3^ cords at $2; glass and glazing, $8.70; 2 furnace brushes, $2 ; carpenter 

work, $2 . 50 ; sundries, $5 . 45 ; cartage, $6 

Buildings, Maritime Provinces generally ($108.95) — 

Dodwell, C. E. W. : sundry travel, railway fares, $38.30; meals, $10.25; cabs, $8.25; 
hotel, $18.40 ; messages, $5.64 ; photos, $6.20 ; horse hire, $2.60 ; pullman, $2 

Waterbury, D. H., sundry travel and outlay 

Western Union Telegraph Co., messages 

Aylmer Public Building ($681.08)— 

Caretaker, Miss G. Woods, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Aylmer Waterworks, water supply, 12 m. to July 1, 1902 . . 

Bourgeau, F.: repairs to doors and windows, $7. 55; removing blinds and double win- 
dows, 148 h. at 25c; sodding lawn and grading ground for same, 26§ c. yds. earth at 
75c; 80 sq. yds. sodding at 12c; 7 c yds. ashes and cinders at 75c; planting trees, 
$6 ; sundry material, $6.06 

Butterworth, J. G. & Co.: coal, nut, 7 tons at $7.50, furnace, 20 at $7.50 

Gravelle, Alex.: repairs to furnace with helper, 24 h. at 35c; pipe, $3.10 

Hull Electric Co.: lighting, Feb. 1, 1901- June 30, 1902, 17 m. at $160 per an., $226.68; 

25 ft. cord, $1 ; time, 15c 

Mulligan, W. G., wood, 5 cords at $3, cutting and storing same, $5 

McMillan, A. : repairs to clock, $15 ; fares of man, 60c 

Plumbing, $8.60 ; street car tickets, $4.75 ; hardware, $4 : sundries, $1.85 

Berthierville Post Office ($180.18)— 

Caisse, A. L. : oil, 52 galls, at 20c, 52 at 25c; soap, 80 bars at 5c; sundries, $3.71 

Chaput, H.; wood, soft, 4 cords at $4.50 ; hard, 2 cords at $5.75 • 

Foucher, J. U. & Cie, water, 6 m. to Dec. 1, 1901 

Levesque, Leon, stove coal, 12 ' 03 tons at $6 . 50 

Smith, J.-Bte.: spruce and tamarac, $15.44 ; 27 lbs. nails at 4c; cartage, 50c; labour, $5 

Carting snow, $1.50 ; 2 roller blinds, $2.50 ; sundries, $4.85 

Buckingham Public Building ($585.51)— 

Bisson, T. F., 25 '9 tons coal at $7.20 ; Jcanise, Jules, 175-ft. wood fence at $1. 

Buckingham Waterworks, water supply, 15 m to Oct. 1, 1901. . 

Labelle, A., clerk of works, services for month ending Mar. 31, 1902, 31 d. at $3 

Ladouceur, Felix: wood, hard, 6 cords at $4, soft, 5 at $2; Lapierre, Eug., hard- 
ware, $13.50 

MacLaren, Albert, lighting. 6 m. to July 1, 1902 : 18 16 c. p. lamps at $4 per an., 13 c.p. 
lamps at $3 , 

Wood, $8 ; 4 ventilators at $1 ; 1 coal shovel, $1.25 ; sundries, $4.70. . , 

Chicoutimi, Engineer Blais' Office ($65)— 

Lemieux, Ed., rent of office, 13 m. to July 1, 1902, at $5 

Coaticook Public Building ($1,172.20)— 

Caretaker, I. Baldwin, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Baldwin, P. L.: 1^ boxes soap, $6 ; 1^ doz. brooms, $4.35 ; sundries, $4.95 

Coaticook Elec. Lt. and Power Co.: lighting, Jan. 1, 1901- July 1, 1902, $386.28 ; lamps, 

26 at 35c 

Coaticook Water Co., use of water, 12 m. to Sept. 1, 1901 

Coaticook Town : concrete crossings. 17 yds. at 75c; concrete walks, 79 yds. at 60c; pre- 
paring foundation for walk, $5 

Fisher Bros., 124 rolls paper and border, $36.47 ; 185 yds. painting at 8c; sundry paint- 
ing and glazing, $13 .30 

Hall, A. & Son, sundry repairs, $5 ; Rose, Eugene, 5 cords wood at $4.50 

Smith, B. J. : coal, stove, 3 . 07 tons at $6 ; egg, 25 " 153 tons at $5 . 80 

Drummondville Public Building ($3.05) — 

Caretaker, A. Pare, 11 d. in June, 1902 at $100 per an 

Dundee Custom-house ($32.50)— 

Matthews, Allen S., coal, 5 tons at $6.50 

Farnham Public Building ($335.19)- 

Allcopp, J. B.: wood, hard, 5 cords at $2.20 ; soft, 4 at $1.60 

Carried forward 



$ c. 
6S.931 22 



74,344 13 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-153 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Farnham Public Building — Concluded. 

Choquette, L. E. : 5 feather du&ters at 50c; 50 bars soap at 5c; 12 brooms at 25c; 1 

Dominion flag, $10 ; sundries, 78c 

Elmes, Geo. L., hardware, &c, §13.08; Nadeau & Gauthier, wood, 7 cords at $2.40 
Farnham Electric LightCo. : lighting post office, 13£ m. to April 18, 1902 at $100 per 

an., $113.43, less 21 nights without light, $5.78 .. 

Farnham Town : water, 12 m. to Sept. 30, 1001, $10; excavating sewer, GO ft. at 27c 

(government share); excavating from building to main pipe, $1 ; T pipe, $2 

Leguin, J. A. , egg coal, G tons at $5 . 50 ,...*.'.' 

Loiselle, A. J., sundry plumbing 

1 \ )ulin, G. C. : 1,273 ft . tamarac at $18 ; sundry lumber, $i6. ii ...... '. '. '. '. .... . . [ '. ' ' ' ' ' 

Repairs to sidewalk, driveway, gate and cellar, $38.05; telephone, 70c; glazimr' $2 

lumber, $0.10 ; sundries, $3.06 ' . 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station ($251.-10)— 

Ahearn & Sqper Ltd.: 1,000 10 c.p. 104 v. Edison base lamps at 25c ; 4 brls., $1.40. 
Hochelaga Post Office ($378.04)— 

Caretaker and fireman, Frs. Richard, Dec. 24, 1901-May 6, 1902, at $540 per annnm. 

Caretaker, J. H. Brown, Mar. 27- June 30, 1902, at $200 per annum 

Wilson Freres, egg coal, 20*66 tons at $6 

Sundries 

Hull Public Building ($2,900.45)— 

Caretaker, J. T. Madore, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Carriere, Basile : 3 brls. cement at $3 ; 105 lbs. nails, $4.50 ; hardware, $9.i5 

Dupuis, D.: flooring, 730 ft. at $20, 486 ft. at $16 ; 2 doors, $3.25 ; sundries, $12.62. 



Dupuis, H., 37^ cu. yds. earth at 60c; Fleury, E., 6 d. labour June 29- July 4, 1902, $12 
Foley, Jno., repairing fountain, $90; Lafontaine, Paul, labour, 8 d. at $1.50 



removing 



Frechette, Mde. W. J., rent of temporary post office, May 1 

Guindon, J. B. E. A., detailed with P. B., page V 

Hull City : water rates, 12 m. to July 31, 1902, $75.50 ; street sprinkling," 213 ft.' frontage 
at 4c 

Hull Coal Co., stove coal, 40 tons at $6.75 ; Hogue, J. A., repairs to plaster,' $20 

Labelle, J. B.: 8 cords mill wood at $1.50; cutting and piling same, $4.80 
double windows and porch, $6 

Laflamme, P., clerk of works, services May 29- June 30, 1902, 26 d! at $3.'.'.'.'. 

Ottawa Electric Co., lighting, Mar. 22, 1901-Mar. 20, 1902, 83,216 ampere hrs. at fa; meter 
rent, $2.40. . . . . 

Parent, Antoine, painting and papering temporary post office . . 

Repointing boundary wall, $90.50; labour, $8 ; horse and cart, $5; car fare 
Joliette Public Building ($1,151.09)— 

Caretaker, Adolphe Ratel, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Dostaler, D. A.: painting fence, 2 coats, 750 yds., $115 ; taking off and putting on double 
windows and cleaning yard and cellar, $14.60 ; 1 cupboard, $9 ; repairs to steps, en- 
trance door, &c, and painting, $56.25 ; making staircase, lobby and door into cellar, 
$45 ; making covered platform above extension and fire escape, $95 

Joliette Town ($237.60)— 

Lighting, Nov. 1, 1900-May 1, 1902 

Water, 12 m., May 1, 1901-May 1, 1902, $108 .'.'/.'.'..'.'.'.'. '.'.'. 

Lapierre, Alp., 21 '37 tons egg coal at $7 ; Leduc, Jos., plumbing repairs, $19.99. '. '. ' '. '. '. . 

Electric globes, 38 at 25c ; sundries, 10c 

Lachine Public Building ($1,045.88)— 

Caretaker, O. P. Robert, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Beauchamp, Z. : 20 blinds, $105 ; sidewalk, $85 '..WW'!.'." 

Dawes, Albert F., 16 tons coal at $6 ; Lizotte, Arthur, plumbing, &c, $34.53 

Lachine Town ($122.02)— 

Lighting, 15 m. to June 30, 1902, $90 ; 10 lamps at 25c 

Water, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 '.'.'..'.'.'..'. 

Pauze, J. B.: repairing, painting and cleaning interior of post office and caretaker's quar- 
ters, contract, $36D.95 ; painting exterior of building, $87.50 

Robert, H. & Co.: 9 brooms, $3.30 ; soap and w. soda, $3 ; 40 galls. coil, $10 ; 'wheelbar- 
row $2.50 ; sundries, $4.25 

Thibault, L. D. : car fare for self and helper, $1.20 ; meals, $1 . 40 . . . .' .' . .' .' .' .' .' .' ' .' .' .' ' .' .' .' .' ' 

Walker, Jas., Hardware Co.: 200 ft. wire, $3 ; 9 Edison sockets, $2.16 ; 9 light fixtures 

$5.35 ; 1 main switch, $2.50 ; sundries, $7.22 [[ 

Laprairie Public Building ($658.39) — 

Caretaker at $50 per annum : A. Thomas, July 1-Nov. 20, $19.41 ; Jos. Brisson Nov 21- 
June 30, 1902, $30.51 .....'. 

Beauvais, J. B. Henri : coal, chestnut, 415 tons at $<>, egg, 15*803 tons at $5.85 -astral oil 
66^ galls, at 22c, 45^ galls, at 21c ; sundries, $10.38 ' 

Beauvais, Roch, repairing roof, cleaning and painting in P.B 

Hemers, A. A. : supplying water, 12 m. to May, 1902, $40 ; plumbing,' 117 h." work at 15c 
materials, $18.40 | 

Gagnon, Ludger, 2 cords wood at $5, cutting and piling same, $4 .*.' ...... 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
74,344 13 



18 73 
30 48 

107 65 

29 20 
33 00 
11 55 
33 02 

54 11 

251 40 



200 32 


52 66 


123 96 


1 10 


150 00 


22 65 


38 25 


34 50 


102 00 


120 00 


1,300 00 


84 02 


290 00 


22 80 


78 00 


501 73 


52 00 


110 50 



400 00 



334 85 

129 60 
108 00 
169 58 

9 06 

100 00 
190 00 

130 53 

92 50 
29 52 

457 45 

23 05 
2 60 

20 23 



49 92 

151 92 

280 00 

75 95 
14 00 



80,967 17 



V-154 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII, A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Laprairie Public Building — Concluded. 

Racine, Louis : making 175 ft. of 5-ft. fence, $62.40 ; repairs, .$1 — 

Repairs and labour, $8 ; cartage, $1.20 ; smith work, $7 ; 5 windows, $3 ; 4 spittons, $4.. 
Levis Immigration Building ($46.80)— 

Blouin, J. A., maple, 3 cords at $7, 4 at $6, cutting 3 cords, $1.80 

Montmagny Public Building ($208.91)— 

Beaumont, Theophile : repairing roof, $27.25 ; taking off windows, $2.50 

Laberge, Alf.: 2 mortice locks, $2 ; taking off doors and windows, $2.50 ; sundries, $6.66 

Lachapelle & Belanger, water, 6 m. to March 31, 1902, and 3 m. to September 30, 1902 
(June quarter not paid) 

Montmagny Light & Pulp Co., lighting Mar. 1, 1901- June 30, 1902, 16 m. at $3.75 

Morin, F. J., sundries, $8.15; Paquet, N., repairing roof of shed, $22.50 

Thibault, Jos.: wood, 8 cords at $4.50, 2 at $3.50; 12 deals, $3.60; piling and putting in 

shed, $3.25 ; sundries, 50c 

Montreal Civil Service Examinations ($100)— 

St. Jean Baptiste Society, rent of room for examination, Nov., 1901 

Montreal Custom House ($3J386.75)— 

Caretaker, C. Dandelin, 12 m. to June 30,1902 , 

Care of clock, P. W. Wood, 12 m. to Apl. 30, 1902 

Fireman, B. Lajeunesse, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Auer Incandescent Light Mfg. Co., Ltd.: lamps, 18 at 50c, 2 at 40c; 3 mantles at 40c; 
sundries, 40c , 

Boiler Inspection Co., inspecting 2 boilers at $10 ; Lafleur, I. L., hardware, $1.09 . 

Customs Cartage Co., removal of ashes for year ending Oct., 1901 

Montreal City, water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1902 . . 

Montreal Gas Co.: 12 m. to Dec 31, 1901, lighting, 354, TOO c ft. at $1.20; gas stove, 
51,800 c ft. at $1 ; rent of meter, $10.40 

Montreal Light, Heat & Power Co.: lighting, Jan. 1-Mar. 31, 1902, 131,200 c ft. at 
$1.20 ; rent of meter, $2.20 ; gas stove, 12,700 ft. at $1; meter, 40c; lighting tower 
clock, Nov. 30-May 31, 1902, 5,068 ampere hr. at |c; meter rent, $1.50 

Moore, T. F., furnace coal, 10061 tons at $5.50 

Robillard & Co.: 36§ yds. carpet at $1.40; 15 yds. inlaid linoleum at $1.50; shades, 2 
at 83.75, 2 at $6.50 ; 1 cocoa mat, $3 ; 1\ yds. cork and laying same, $10.29 ; sundries, 
$11.67 

Royal Electric Co.: lighting tower clock, 12 m. to Nov. 30, 1901, 22,148 ampere h. at |c; 
meter rent, $3. .. . 

Valiquette, N. G. : chairs, 1 upholstered golden oak with leather cushion, $35 ; 1 oak, 
$16.50 ; repairing roll top desk, $8 ; repairs, $1.75 

Walker, Jas., Hardware Co.: 1 extension ladder, $7.20; 1 hose branch, $7.50; 5| lb. 
packing at $1.75 ; 1 case toilet paper, $15 ; 20 brass till locks, $18 ; rubber lined fire 
hose, 50 ft., $45 ; 2 sets expanding rings, couplings, and putting on, $10 ; sundries, 
$117.19 

Wilson Freres, 65 cords slabs at $4.50 , 

Repairs, washing and putting on double windows, &c: Dandelin, A., 10 d. at $1 ; 
Dandelin, B., 10 d. at $1 ; Dandelin, D., 14 d. at $1 ; Leblanc, A., 22 d. at $1.50, 30 

d. at SI ; Robillard, Ed., 29 d. at $1.50 ; Robillard, N., 27 d. at $1.50 

Montreal Drill Hall ($742.50)— 

Engineer, J. Gagnier, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Fireman, A. James, Nov. 15, 1901-Mar. 31, 1902, at $45 per m . . 

Montreal Examining Warehouse ($6,144.72) — 

Fireman, M. Boyer, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Fireman, Nap. Loiselle, Nov. 15, 1901-Mar. 31, 1902, at $45 per m 

Fireman, H. Marchand, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Caretaker, Jos. Loiseau, 9 m. to June 30, at $45 per m 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., renewing policy to July 1, 1902 

Cavanagh, The Ed. Co.: D. cylinder oil, 88 galls, at 80c; Sun boiler compound, 1,195 
lbs. at 8^c , white waste, 487 lbs. at 10c; belt laces, 525 ft. at 2|c; sundries, $48.07.. 

Customs Cartage Co., removal of ashes for year ending Oct., 1901 

Lewis Bros. &Co.: Alpha boiler compound, lOOf galls, at 80c; best white waste, 1,300 
lbs. at 10c; 12 oblong traps, $10; 26 fathoms tallow laid rope, $13.12; 4 doz. belt 
laces. $10 ; 87 ft. best 4-in. double leather, $45.33 ; 10 lbs. packing, $18.50 ; oil, Key- 
stone, 50* galls, at 75c, 50 galls, at 85c; dynamo, best, 10 galls, at 60c; sundries, $42. 

Moutreal City : water rates, 12 m. to May 31, 1902, $460; 9 m. to Jan. 27, 1902, $59.02 ; 
meter rent, $6 

Montreal Gas Co. : lighting, 12 m. to Dec 31, 1901, 588,900 c ft. at $1.20 ; meter rent, $8.80. 

Montreal Light, Heat & Power Co.: lighting, 3 m. to Apl., 1902, 168,500 c ft. at $1.20; 
meter rent, $2.20 

Moore, T. F. & Co., furnace coal, 33023 tons at $5.50 

Valiquette, N. G.: 1 desk, $31 ; 1 chair, $150 ; Wilson Freres, slabs, 17 cords at $4.50. . 

Walker, Jas. Hdw. Co.: 2 automatic air locks, $5.50; 1 wheelbarrow, $3.75; 1 diamond 
shaped cutter, $3.25 ; 12 lb. copper wire, $4.80; 1 tube cleaner with brush, $3.50; 
hose, 150 ft. at 25c, 7 sets, 350 ft. at 30c; 14 sets couplings, $28 ; sundries, $36 



Carried forward. 



$ cts, 
i,967 17 



63 40 
23 20 

46 80 

29 75 
11 16 

27 00 
60 00 

30 65 

50 35 

100 00 

350 00 

80 00 

600 00 

11 40 

21 09 

20 00 

329 00 

487 84 



199 58 
553 36 



119 29 

113 74 

61 25 



229 95 
29 25 



181 00 

540 00 
202 50 

600 00 
202 50 
540 00 
405 00 
40 00 

231 82 
35 00 



435 93 

525 02 
715 48 

204 40 

1,816 27 

116 00 



227 30 



91,683 45 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-155 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Montreal Immigration Building ($527.28)— 

I lawea & Co., rent of premises, 12 m. to May 1, 1902 

Robillard & Co.: 10^ yds. oilcloth at 30c; paper, 83c. 

Valiquette, N. G.: 1 desk, §15 ; chairs, 1 office, |5, 3 at 50c 

Montreal Inland Revenue ($1,187.57)— 

Fireman, Louis St. Jean, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Lafleur, I. L., 100 ft. hose with attachments 

Montreal City, water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1902 

Montreal Gas Co. : lighting, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, 120,400 cu. ft. at $1.20, $151.68; 

meter rent, $3.00 

Montreal Light, Heat & Power Co.: lighting, 3 m. to Apr. 1902, 28,100 cu. ft. at $1.20; 

meter rent, 90c 

Moore, T. W. & Co., egg coal, 38'7 tons at $5.50 

St. Jean, L. G.: 1 sofa, $12 ; 2 chairs, $1.50 ; 1 clock, $5.50 ; repairing G chairs and 1 sofa, 

$10 

Walker, Jas., Hardware Co.: 1 hair brcom, $2.75; 3 doz. corner braces, $2.40; 4 door 

rollers, $1.52; sundries, $11.23 

Lamp3, $1.50; removal of ashes, $5. GO; wood, $2.25; washing and putting up double 

windows, Gagenais, A., 12 d., Oct. 14-22, 1901, at $1 

Montreal Post Office ($23,433.58)— 

Engineer, Frank Green, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Electrician, L. D. Thibault, July, 1901, $G0 ; 11 m. to June 30, 1902, at $75 

Electrician, G. Gingras, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Elevatormen, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 : O. Renaud, $000 ; A. Forget, $G00 ; S. N. Nickle, $GG0. 

Elevatorman, Aug. 1-June 30, 1902 

Caretaker w.c's., 0. Vadeboncceur, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Messenger, Jos. Dutrisac, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Bell Telephone Co.: Postmaster's office, m. to Jan. 1, 1901, $25, m. to July 1, 1902, 

$25 ; secretary's office, 6 m. to July 1, 1902, $37.50 ; messenger's room, 6 m. to July 

1, 1902, $47.50; clerk of works, 2 phones, 10 m. to Dec. 31, $1901, $G2.50; L. D. 

trans., 4 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, $0.67 

Desjardins, Jos., v moval of ashes to June 30, 1902 

Grant Hamilton Oil Co., Ltd., soap, 394 lbs. at She . . . 

Grothe, T. A. & Sons.: care of clock to Feb. 1, 1902, $60; 2 clocks, $10 ; repairs, $24.25. 

Montreal City, water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1902 

Montreal Gas Co.: gas, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, 66,800 cu. ft. at $1.20; meter rent, $9; 

less short paid, 20c 

Montreal Light, Heat & Power Co. ($5,339.92)— 

< his, Dec. 31-Mar. 31, 1902, 14,400 cu. ft. at $1.20 ; rent of meter, 50c. . . . 

Operating, Nov. 30, 190L-June 30, 1902— 

Motor for letter elevator, 23,414 ampere hrs. at 5c; metei, $3.50 

Stamp cancelling machine, 41,140 ampere hrs. at 2c 

Passenger elevator, 3,551 hrs. at 35c 

Freight elevator, 1—8 h.p. motor. 

Lighting, Nov. 30,.1901-June 30, 1902, 549,716 ampere hrs. at 3c; rent of meter, $5.25 

Moore, T. F. & Co., furnace coal, 140155 tons at $5.50 

Royal Electric Co. ($4,509.03)— 

Lighting, Feb. 28-Nov. 30, 1901, 490,860 ampere hrs. at |c.; rent of meter, $6 ; less 
amount overpaid, $8 . 66 

Operating, June 30-Nov. 30, 1901— 

Stamp cancelling machine, 28,444 ampere hrs. at ge. ; meter, 25c 

Passenger elevator, 2,578 hrs. at 35c 

Freight elevator, 1 — 8 h.p. motor at $660 per annum 

Operating letter elevator, Apr. 30-Nov. 30, 1901, 18,054 ampere hrs. at ?c; rent of 
meter, $3 . 50 

Lights : 10 c.p., 245 at 30c ; 10 c.p., 36 at 75c, 6 at $1. 

Valiquette, N. G. : 58£ ft. leather at 32c; 2 office chairs, $20 ; repairing 3 chairs, $ 1.30 ; 

sundries, $6 

Walker, Jas., Hardware Co.: 174 mops at 35c; toilet paper, 500 rolls at 15c, 25 rolls at 

10c; 4 toilet paper ranks, 80 ; 14 electric switches, $8.40; 28 sockets, 115.55 ; elec- 
tric shades, 1 at $9, 8 at 65c, 1 at 82.25, 7 at 50c; brackets, $3.50 ; electric wire, 

800 ft. rubber, covered, $8, 4^0 ft. at 2c, 4 lbs. $2; locks, 8, $11.75, 23 with keys, 

$29.70; 6 Blount door springs, $42; keys, $12.75; 3 pr. elevator rollers, $36; cord, 

$10.51; leather belting and lacing, $8.10; 2 saws, $8.75; 1 annunciator, $4.80; 2 

niters, $10 ; 1 cutter, $1 ; sundries, $480.73 

Wilson, Freres : stove coal, 2 065 tons at $6.25 ; Scotch grate, 1.05 tons at $7, 105 tons 

at $6.50 ; ^ cord slabs, $2 . 25 

Repairs, $2.50 ; polish, $8 ; 1 shade, $7 ; sundries, $4 .70 

Carpenters, days at $1 .75 : Chevrier, Ant., 309 ; Favreau, Jos., 183 

Labourers, days at 81.50 : Aube, Ls., 365 ; Bourassa, A., 365 ; Brault, Ls., 31 ; Dagenais, 

A., 21 ; Dumoulin, Jos., 18; Dutresac, D., 310 ; Lefebvre, X., 330 ; Page, W., 3G3 ; 

Robillard, N., 285 ; Ste. Marie, N., 354 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
91,6S3 45 



500 00 

5 78 

21 50 

610 00 

1$ 00 
103 00 



155 28 



34 62 

212 82 



29 00 



17 90 
21 35 



720 00 


88ii 00 


720 oo 


1,860 00 


550 00 


547 50 


730 00 


204 17 


27 00 


33 49 


94 25 


853 00 



8S 96 



17 78 



ir6 \m 

240 80 
1,242 85 

385 00 
3,303 53 

770 85 


17.' 12 50 


170 90 

902 30 

275 00 


111 S3 
100 50 



49 02 



S75 89 

29 30 

22 20 

861 00 



3,663 00 
116,831 88 



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2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Montreal Post Office Branches— 



St. 

St. 



& Son, 1 clock, $10 ; putting in place, $1 , 



60,000 cub. ft. at $1.20 ; rent of 
31,' 1902,' 19,500 cub. ft." at 



cord slabs, §2.25. 



Catharine St., Grothe, T. A 
Lawrence St. ($156.78) 

Montreal Citv, water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1902. 

Montreal Gas Co.: gas, Apr. 3, 1901-Jan. 3, 1902 ; 

meter, $1.00 

Montreal Light, Heat and Power Co., gas, 3 m. to Mar 

$1 . 20 ; rent of meter, 40c , 

Valiquette, N. G. : 15 stools at 65c 

Wilson, Freres : stove coal, 2 tons at $6.25, 3'1 tons at $6.50 
Windsor St. Station ($1,324.50)— 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., rent, 12 m. to Sept., 2, 1902 

Valiquette, N. G. : 1 roll top desk, $23 ; 1 chair, $1.50 

Montreal Public Building ($1,703.35}— 

Engineer, Thos. Ryan, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Caretaker, Ed. Lanetot, 12 m. to June 30, 1902. . 

Lesjardins, C: removing rubbish. $1 ; car fare, $1.75 ; return fare to Lachine, 00c 

Montreal Purchaser's Office ($229.42)— 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of telephone, 2 "47 m. to Jan. 1, 1902, at $75 per annum . . ,. 

Cuddy & Brodeur, 1 china cuspidor 

Gingras, G. G.: extra service to Oct. 31, 1901, 600 hrs. at 40c; \ charged to this vote 

Valiquette, N. G.: 1 gclden oak desk, $55 ; 1 fire screen, $5.50 ; chairs, 1 at $11, 1 at $9, 

4 at $2 ; 1 washstand, $4 

Montreal Resident Engineer's Office ($541.55)— 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 4 ' 9 in. to Julv 1, 1902 

Merchants Bank of Canada, rent of office, Feb. 1, 1901-Apr. 30, 1902 

Montreal City, water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1902. 

Robillard & Co., carpet, 38 yds. velvet made and lined at $1.60 

Quebec Citadel ($6,717.38)— 

Caretaker, Jos. Lacasse, July 1-Aug. 7, Oct. 15-31, 1901, 55 d. at $1 .50 

Caretaker and fireman, Nov. -June 30, 1902, 242 d. at $1 .50 

Alleyn, J.: 2 curtains for terrace room, $18 ; men's time taking down awning*, &c, and 

fitting up room, $25 

Archer & Co., coal, chestnut, 1*995 tons at $7.25, furnace, 79*9 tons at $6.95 

Barbeau, Ed.: covering one half of roof with galvanized iron, 6,534f sq. ft. at 10c; eaves- 
trough, 170 ft. at 25c ; 6 spouts, 210 ft. at 20c 

Basin, Fortunat : contract for making 3 chimneys and openings, $150 ; 64 spruce deals at 

50c; 2 pine tables at $4 ; 1,350 spruce boards at 3|c; work, 432 h. at 20c, 140 h. at 

15c ; cartage, 6 trips at 50c ; sundries, $21 84 . 

Bell Telephone Co., telephone service : Aug. 14-Nov. 21, 3 23 m. at $2.50 per annum; 

Jan. 25-July 1, 1902, 519 m. at $32.50 per annum 

Bennett & Wright Co., Ltd., Toronto: contract heating apparatus, $25.50; alterations 

to mains, $175; putting headers under boilers, $5.50; changing mains and coils, 

extra pipe, &c, $177.70 ; less paid 1900-1901, page V— 71, $2,000 

Drolet, F. H.: repairs to furnace, 29 h. at 35c, 19 at 30c; screws, &c, $2.88 

Falardeau, Jos.: self, Jan. 23-Feb. 18, 1902, 23^ d. at $2.50 ; cabinet makers, 62 d. at $2 ; 

carpenters and joiners, 25g d. at $1.60 ; labourers, 81| d. at $1.50; women, 57 d. at 

$1.25 ; girl, 7 d. at 75c; sundry hardware, &c, $39.40 ... 

Gauthier, J., & Frere, painting, 160 yds., 3 coats at 20c 

Gauvin, Ulderic : nails, 2 kegs, 1-3 in., $3, 1-2^ in., $2.95; 1 barrow, $8; 4 shovels, 

$4.20; 345 lbs. tarred felt at 3c; sundries, $1.83 

Hebert, L. C, scavenging, 9 d. at $2 . 50 

Hutchison, W. M., clerk of works, travelling expenses, Ottawa to Quebec and return, 

July 8, 1901 

Lacasse, F. C: repairing electric bells and putting in 3 electric lights, 182 h. at 30c, 

wire, $7 . 28 ; 1 doz. thermometers, $3 ; sundries, $5 . 32 

L'Heureux, Zep.: removing ashes, 31 loads at 50c; Mitchell, Robt., Co., 22 portables, 

at $1.50 

Morin, J. B.: soap, 300 bars at 5c; enameline, 72 boxes at 10c; brooms, 32 at 30c, 6 at 

20c ; pearline, 200 boxes at 5c, sundries, $1 . 95 

Noel, Ls.: 28 ft. eavestrough at 15c; 13 ft. spout at 15c; 4i d. work, 2 men at $2.50 ; 

solder, cement, &c, $3. 15 

Picard, O. & fils.: plumbing repairs, 16 d. at $2, 68 h. at 20c, 5 at 25c; materials $20.56 
Quebec Gas Co.: gas, Aug. 2— Feb. 15, 1902, 14,600 Qtib. ft. at $1.75; Gurney gas stove. 

$15 

Quebec Ry. Light & Power Co.: lighting, July 27-Mar. 20, 1902, 804 ampere h. at Ac 

2,554,000 watt, h. at i° c ner K-VV ; 10 c.p." lamps, 50 at 25c, 50 at 20c 

Reid, Geo. ($253.30)— 

May 14^0ct. 21, 1901, 3 trips Ottawa to Quebec and return, $54.05; board, 126 d. at 
$1.50, less $50 advance of 1900-01 (page V— 71) 

Jan. 21-Feb. 19, 1902 : expenses Ottawa to Quebec and return, $15.25 ; board, 30 d 
at $1.50 



Carried forward . . , 125,280 41 



$ cts. 
116,831 88 

11 00 

14 00 
74 32 

23 80 
9 75 

34 91 

1,300 00 

24 50 

1,200 00 

500 00 

3 35 

15 42 

1 50 
120 00 

92 50 

12 25 

437 50 
31 00 
60 80 

82 50 
363 00 

43 00 

569 77 

743 98 



369 49 


14 77 


908 20 
18 73 


461 70 
32 00 


30 33 
22 50 


20 10 


70 20 


48 50 


44 95 


20 55 
67 41 


40 55 


256 40 


193 05 


60 25 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-157 



Dominion Building* : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Quebec Cit-Mlv\— Concluded. 

Ross, C. Co., 353f yds. carpet at $1 . 25 

Terreau <fc Racine : stoves, 1 John Bull, .$50, 3 Eureka at $10 ; stovepipe fittings, &c. 
$30.15.... _ 

Vallicre, P.: 9 iron bedsteads with springs and mattresses, 18 pillows and chairs, 6 bureau 
and washstands and 8 tables, $135 ; 3 bureaus at $18 ; 10 sets dishes and plates at 
$3.50 ; mahogany sofa, $65 ; 3 wardrobes at $6; 4 mattresses at $4; chairs, 6 rattan, 
$41, 100 at 50c, 07 with perforated seats at 75c, 3 spring (cotton covered) at $18 ; 6 
covers for chairs, $23.50 ; 30$ yds. crimson felt at $1.50 ; 8 yds. cloth at $2.50 ; 61| 
yds. red damask at 50c; 215 lbs carpet felt at 3.jc; 40 lbs. hair for mattresses at 50c; 
101 yds. gimp at 10c; 33 tables, $125.70 ; upholstering, cleaning, repairing, &c, 25 
chairs $97.50, 7 sofas $153, 2 mattresses $7, 3 pillows $3, 1 table $2.50, 31 brass rods 
at 40c; cutting and sewing 597 yds. carpet at 10c; hardware, $36.90; cartage, 39 
loads at 75c; extra, $4 ; labour, foreman, 4£ d. at $4 ; 2 d. at $3 ; 125^ d. at $2.50 ; 
8'd. at $1.25 ; 2 d. at $1 ; sundries, $73.19 

Removal of rubbish, $8.09 ; sawdust, $2; smith work, $4.50 ; 4 sets flanges, $6 ; freight, 
45c 

Travel of Ottawa officials " " " 

Quebec Clerk of Works ($133)— 

deVarennes, Ferd.: making 1 cupboard, $60 ; changing door, $1 

Girard, Dom. charwoman, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Quebec Culler's Office ($898.75)— 

Fireman, Jas. O'Neil, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Archer & Co.: coal, egg, 40'04 tons at $6.95, grate, 2 at $7 

Filion, A.: wood, maple, 8 cords at $5.40, spruce, 2 cords at $4.40 ; cutting same at 80c 
a cord, $8 

Removing ashes, $3 . 25 ; hardware, $3 . 22 „ 

Quebec Custom House ($3,432.89)— 

Fireman, J. R. Mountain, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Cure of clock, Ls. T. Armand, 12 m. to April 30, 1902 

Barbeau, Ed., putting rccollct on chimney 

Beland, T. & Cie, Brussels carpet, 10 yds at $1 .25 

Filion, A.: wood, spruce, 6 cords at $4.40, maple, 25 cords at $5.40 ; cutting same at 80c 
a cord, $24.80 

Gagnon, Thos.: 2 black walnut chairs at $15, 2 at $9 ; 2 cushions, $6.75 ; repairs to chairs 
and benches, $1 2 . 35 , , , » 

Gingras, Jos., 130 ' 0G tons grate coal at $6 . 85 

Gingras, L. P. : 100 gals, disinfectant at 50c ; 1 barrel, $1 

Langlais, Geo., removing snow from roof to April, 1902 

Menard, Pierre, removing snow and ashes to May, 1902, snow, 93^ d. at $1, ashes, 11 d. 
at $1 .25 

Morin, J. B.: 1-15-gal. water tank, $27; brooms, 9 at 35c, 3 at 30c; sundries, $3.03 

Quebec City, water rates, 1901-02 

Quebec Gas Co. : gas, Feb. 1, 1900-May 1, 1902, 370,100 cu. ft. at $1.75 

Toilet paper, $4.95 ; repairs, $3.50 ; 1 table, $3.50; pipe, $1 .36 ; hardware, $3.51 

Quebec Engineer's Office ($144) — 

Breen, Thos., allowance for rent, 12 m. to May 31, 1902 

Quebec Examining Warehouse ($3,207.69)— 

Engineer, D. P. Kennedv, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Fireman, Thos. McLaughlin, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Archer & Co., 9268 tons furnace coal at $6.95 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., premium on insurance, 1 year to July 1, 1902 

Drolet, F. H., plumbing 

Filion, A.: wood, 8 cords maple at $7, 13 cords spruce at $4.40 ; cutting 21 cords at 80c . 

Gingras, L. P. : 1 doz. gas lighters, $24 ; 100 galls. French disinfectant at 50c; 6doz. brass 
polish, $18 ; 1 barrel, $1 

Langlois, Geo., removing snow to Apr. 1, 1902 

Modron, Geo., removing snow, 261 loads at 15c 

Quebec Citv, water rates, 1901-2 

Quebec Gas Co. : gas, Feb. 1-May 1, 1902, 109,700 c ft. at $1 . 75 

Repairing 2 chairs, $4 ; 3 chairs at $1.75 ; 1 shovel, $1.10 ; 1 coal hod, $1 ; sundries, $2.12 
Quebec Immigrant Building ($1,919.71)— 

Archer & Co.: coal, soft, 2 tons at $7, grate, 2 tons at S7, stove, 4 tons at $7.25 ; coal in 
bags, stove, 3 tons at $7.50, chestnut, 1 ton at $7.50 

Beland, T. & Cie: linoleum, 9§ yds. at $1.50, lGg yds. at $1.25; laying, 9§ yds. at 15c, 
16g at 5c ; felt paper, 20 yds. at 5c 

Fagujs Lepinay & Frere : blinds, 4 at $1.80, 1 at $3.95, 1 at $5.10 ; cord, 15c 

Ferland, L. P.: 8 yds. velour at $1 ; 1 desk, $12 ; sofa, 1 at $20, 1 at $16 ; 1 wardrobe, 
$14 ; tables, 1 at $4, 1 at $2 ; repairs, $6 ; sundry furniture, $11.60 

Filion, A.: wood, maple, 57 cords at $7, 15 cords at $5.40 ; spruce, \ cord at $1.40 ; cut- 
ting, 39 cords at 80c, (ih cords at $1 .60 

Gingras, L. P.: 300 galls. French disinfectant at 50c; 1 barrel, $1 



Carried forward I 136,242 56 



$ cts. 
125,280 41 

442 19 
110 15 



1,640 57 



21 04 
21 50 


61 00 
72 00 


540 00 
292 28 


60 00 
6 47 


540 00 
25 00 
10 10 
12 50 


186 20 


67 10 

895 15 

51 00 

40 00 


107 25 

34 08 

800 00 

647 69 

16 82 


144 00 


900 00 
640 00 
644 12 
60 00 
15 95 
130 00 


93 00 
30 00 
39 15 
450 00 
192 00 
13 47 



87 00 

38 57 
16 40 

93 60 

523 80 
151 00 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD V!L A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Quebec Immigrant Building — Concluded. 

Laliberte, Jos. & Cie : 1 wardrobe, $17 ; 1 washstand, -$14 

Paquet, Ed. , making 1 pine cupboard 

Quebec Railway Light and Power Co. ($898.04)— 

Lighting Immigration Building, Dec. 21, 1900- June 30, 1902 : 135 lights S£ m., 139 
lights 10 m.", at $3 each light per annum 

Dec. 21, 1900-Jan. 21, 1901 (overpayment) 

Immigration Shed, Louis Embankment : Aug. 2-Oct. 31, Jan. 1-June 30, 1902, 55 
lamps, 9 m. at .$2.50 each lamp per annum, $103.13 ; less discount 1 m., $1 .14 . . 

Officers' room, Apr. 22- Jan. 7, 1902, 24,460 ampere h. at \c 

Clock, $8 ; stove, $4.50 ; grate for stove, $2 ; repairing stove, $2.65 ; sundries, $3.15 

Quebec Marine Building ($1,327.11)— 

Archer & Co., coal: stove, 12-625 tons at $7.25; furnace, 60"295 tons at $6.90; grate, 

4*25 tons at $7 , 

Ferland, L. P., chairs, 1, with back, $8.50, 1 at $6 

Fiiion, A. : 4 cords maple at $5. 40 ; cutting same at 80c , 

Lachance, Ob., 2 keys 

Quebec City, water rates, 1901-2 , ; 

Quebec Observatory : Quebec City, water rates, 1901-2 

Quebec Post Office ($5,964.65)- 

Caretaker, Jean Roy, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Fireman, F. J. Cooper, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Archer & Co., coal : chestnut, 5 tons at $7.25 ; furnace, 100 "59 tons at $7 

Beaupre, Honore, setting up winter sashes, 99| h. at 15c , , 

Bedard, C. O., repairing 3 office chairs 

Beland, T. & Cie : 83.f yds. s. flannel at 15c; 27| yds. tapestry at 90c, 20 yds. felt at 5c, 

laying same, $2 . 73 ; 3 linoleum mats at $3 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephone, P. O., 12 m. to June 1, 1902, $35; 6 m. to Dec, 

1902, $20 ; Mar. 10- June 1, 1902, $1.10 ; Mr. Beland's residence, 6 m. to Feb. 1, 1902, 

$12 . 50 ; telephone messages, 95c 

Ferland, L. P.: desks, 1 at $35, 1 at $9, 1 at $30 ; chairs, 2 oak at $8, 6 at $1.25 

Fiiion, A.: wood, maple, 6 cords at $5.40, spruce, 2 cords at $4.40 ; cutting, 8 cords at 80c 
Gagnon, Thos.: chairs, 2 at $10 ; repairing office chairs and seats, $17 ; sundries, $6 25. . 

Gingras, L. P.: 200 galls. French disinfectant at 50c; 1 barrel, $1. . 

Lacasse, P. C, care of clock, 2 years to July 1, 1902 , 

Langlois, Geo. : removal of snow to Apr. 1, 1902, $80 ; 2 ladders, 52 ft. at 12c 

Lemieux, N. & Fils : 24 mops at 75c ; 1 saw, $2 ; hardware, $5 28 

L'Heureux, Zep., removing ashes, &c, 64 loads at 50c 

Martel, Honore, removing snow, winter 1901-2 

Mechanics' Supply Co., sundry hardware, $10.90 ; Picard, O., paint. 47 letter boxes at $1 

Menard, Pierre, setting up winter sashes, 99^ h. at 15c 

Morin, J. B. : 1 reservoir, $15 ; pearline, 500 boxes at 5c ; matches, $7 . 20 ; soap, 300 bars 

at 5c; brooms and brushes, $19.20 ; carbolic acid, $3.75 ; lye, $4.80; sundries, $10.52 

Power, Patrick, 150 saplings for St. Patrick's Day at 10c 

Quebec City, water rates, 1901-2 

Quebec Gas Co.: gas, Feb. 1, 1901-May 1, 1902, 489,800 c ft. at $1.75 

Quebec Railway Light and Power Co. ($681.46)— 

Lighting, Dec. 6, 1900- June 30, 1902, 91 lights, 15£f m., 127 lights, 3 m. at $3 each 
lamp per annum . . 

Operating ventilating fan, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Lamps, 100 16 c p., $20, 12 32 c p., $4.20 ; sundries, $1 

Charwomen, labourers, &c, 462£ d. at $1, 36£ d. at $1 . 25 

Quebec-Levis Directory, $3; 4 kettles at 90c; repairs, $4.97; decorating with trees, 

$5.25 ; hardware, $4.10 ; sundries, $4.20 , 

Quebec Weights and Measures ($124.76) — 

Beland, T. & Cie, 134 yds. carpet at $1.25 ; rug, $5=75 ; sundries, $2.03 

Hudon, Jos.: boards, 14 at 24c, 24 at 20c; deals, 9 at 64c; labour, 8£ d. at $2, 11 d. at 

$1.75 ; sundries, $9.93 

Quebec Buildings Generally ($196.74)— 

Amyot, Jos., toilet paper, $3.96 ; G. N. W. Telegraph Co., messages, $6.70 

Beland, Ph., supt., sundry outlay, June 7, ] 901- June 30, 1902. ... 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephone, 6 m. to Aug. 1, 1902, $12.50 ; messages, $21.35.. . . 

Rochon, Geo., cartage of cement, coal, &c, 34 trips 

Richmond Public Building ($1,657.90)— 

Caretaker. H. Desmarais, 11 m. to June 30, 1902 . . . , 

De.-inarais, Bros.: 36 galls, at 30c; 18 brooms and brushes, $7.30 ; 1 cuspidor, $2; 13 pails, 
$3.55 ; toilet paper, $3.60 ; wood, hard, 4 loads at $4, soft, U loads at $3 ; cutting and 
putting in cellar, $10.50 ; 1\ cor ^ slabs, $6 ; lamps, $7.50 ; coronation flag, $18; rope 
and putting up, $7.15; kalsomining 264 yds. and filling up (tracks, $21.12; putting up 
and taking off blinds and double windows, $11.50; removing snow, cleaning yard and 
cellar, $46 ; sundries, $16.25 



Carried forward 145,358 43 



$ CuS. 



136,242 58 


31 00 
60 00 


628 75 
45 00 


101 99 

122 30 

20 30 


537 31 

14 50 

24 80 

50 

750 00 
50 00 


700 00 

660 00 

740 39 

14 92 

12 50 



49 83 



69 55 


97 50 


47 60 


43 25 


101 00 


190 00 


86 24 


25 28 


32 00 


120 00 


57 90 


14 92 


100 47 


15 00 


750 00 


822 16 


456 26 


200 00 


25 20. 


507 56 


25 12 


24 66 


40 00 


60 10 


10 66 


139 23 


33 85 


13 00 



250 00 



193 27 



PUBLIC 1Y0RKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-159 



dominion Building* : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Richmond Public Building — Concluded. 

Laplante, J. V.: cementing platform front and side of building, $160; building gate 
way, $15; cementing steps, &c, $30 ; raising trout platform, $49.60; side platform, 
$19.80 ; building sidewalk, $4(5.13 ; repairs to doors, walls, &c, $35.50 ; contract. . . . 

Rattray, R.: contract, putting in bath and basin, $60; woodwork, plastering and paint 
in<.?, $35 ; 18 hours work at 40c.; sundries, $2.35 

Richmond Town, water rates, May 1, 1898-April 30, 1902 

Richmond County Electric Co.: lighting, Jan. 1, 1901-July 1, 1902, 220 lights at $1 ; 33 
lamps at 30c; installing 2 extra lights and sundry repairs, $6.79; less nights without 
light, $5.40 

Rubenstein Bros.: Yale lock and keys, 75c; sundries, 60c 

Smith, J. D.: coal as per contract, 32665 tons at $6 ; lead pipe, $6.60 ; 3 door locks, $6 ; 

glass, $10.08 ; lead, $4 ; sundry hardware, $42.84 

Rimouski Public Building ($523.62)— 

Caretaker, A. Lepage, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Lachance, Arthur, covering steps, <fcc, $7.05 ; Raymond, Paul, pane of glass, $1.50 

Lepage, H. G.: 20*548 tons egg coal at $8 ; oil, astral, 233.^ galls, at 28c; coal, 8 galls, at 
25c: 50 bars soap at 8c; 29 cords spruce and birch at $2.40; cutting 13$ cords wood 
at 60c ; 15rt cords at 65c ; sundries, $16.52. . . . 

Rioux, Jos., water, Nov. 1, 1900-1901 

Riviere du Loup Public Building ($769.92)— 

Caretaker, Z., Raymond, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Crochett, T., water rates, July 1. 1901- Apr. 1, 1902 

Dion, Nap.: contract of 20 tons egg coal at $9.15 ; '33 tons egg coal at $9.15; sundry 
labour, $8.49 

Fraserville Co., Ltd.: lighting, Jan. 1, 1901-July 1, 1902,21c p. lights, 501 nights at 
lc per light per night 

Lapalme, Alex., water rates, 3 m. to June 30, 1901 

Nadeau, J. O., sundry glazing and labour, painting, &c 

Viel, Jos.: wood, 10 cords at $3.50, 10 cords at $3; cutting and piling 20 cords at 75c; 

box soap, $3.25 ; 10 galls, od at 30c ; sundries, $6.97 

Riviere du Loup, Resident Engineer's Office ($28) — 

Pouliot, J. C., rent of office, 4 m. to June 30, 1901, at $7 

Roberval Immigrant Building ($535.17) — 

Caretaker, J. B. Charbonneau, Nov. 20, 1901- June 30, 1902, at $25 per m 

Charbonneau, J. B., balance of contract, see R. Immigrant Building, Page V — 00 

Guay, E., 18 cords soft wood at $1.50 ; Martel, P., 30 cords soft wood at $1.50 

Tremblay, friere et cie : wood, 3 cords at $3, 10 cords at $2 

Sherbrooke Public Building ($4,405.13)— 

Caretaker, O. Desire, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Bayley, L. A. : carpet, $31.90 ; rug, $3.50 ; oil cloth, $1 

Bradford, Geo. P., repairing plaster 

Berthiaume, M. : taking down and putting up double windows, $18 ; repairing and paint- 
ing flagstaff, $8 ; sundry repairs, $8.50 ; repairs, contract work, $119.10 ; glass sliding 
doors for cupboard, $15 ; 700 ft. spruce boards, $12.60; 2,700 feet flooring at $32; 
1,800 feet floor joists at $14 ; centre beams, $6 ; two sets steps, $10 ; nails, $7 ; 
labour, $45 ; sundries, $18.03 

Boucher & !^on : taking out old furnaeo and putting in twin boilers— labour $175.35, pipe 
elbows, &c, $69.78, cement couplings, &c, $94.20 ; contract for bathroom, $150 ; re- 
pairing windows, ceiling and steps, $12.04 ; blocking trap, making trap hole and 
cementing walls in furnace rooms, materials and labour, $26.71 . 

Charest, LsJ* contract, washing and kalsomining, 1,317 yds. walls, $130.18; painting, 699 
yds., $25.72-; cleaning and varnishing wainscotting, doors, &c, $115.90; bronzing 
pipes, &c, $18.25 ; sundry, $4.80 

City wood yard : wood, hard, 2 cords at $6.50 ; soft, 1 cord at $3.50 

Codere, Sons & Co. : 3 Lepage door springs, $27 ; sundry hardware, $21.29 

Dube, O., lowering lawn and new sodding, contract .... 

Edwards Furniture Co.: 2 oak roll top desks at $..'0 ; chairs, 2 oak at $10, 1 arm at $1.50, 
2 office at $3. 25 ; repairs, $2 

Foss, Geo. E., repairing boxes, &c, $25.52; Rubenstein Bros., 6 brass engraved plates 
sis. 50. 



Huot, Jean, carting snow and rubbish froin public buildings to July 1, 1902, 180 loads. . . 
Ives, H. R., &Co.: 2 Bufialo boilers at $:'>7'», loss 30 per cent; twin connections, $95; 

freight, $26.83 

Montmagny, J. A. : contract, repairing, washing and kalsomining walls and painting 

woodwork, &c, $252.78 ; bronzing and varnishing, $10 

Sherbrooke City Waterworks, water rates, 12 m. to Sept. 15, 1902 

Sherbrooke Gas and Water Co. ($1,184,79)— 

Electric light, Jan. 1, 1901- Juno 30, 1902, 33,769 ampere hrs. at ic, meter 75c. ; 
1,454,400 ampere hrs. at 50c per 100 amp. hr., rent of meter $3.7o 

Lighting, Dec. 15, 1900- June 24, 1902, gas : 85,400 cu. ft. at 25c per 100 ft.; rent of 
meter, $4.50 



Carried forward 152,425 64 



$ cts. 
145,358 43 



355 93 



104 55 
256 00 


231 29 
1 35 


2G5 51 


150 00 
8 55 


340 07 
25 00 


300 00 
45 00 


194 59 


105 21 

15 00 

16 90 



93 22 

28 00 



184 17 

250 00 

72 00 

29 00 


400 00 
30 40 
12 00 



378 83 



528 08 



294 85 
16 50 
48 29 
25 00 


73 00 


74 02 
37 75 


639 83 


262 78 
50 00 


900 54 


21S 00 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward, 



Sherbrooke Public Building— Concluded. 

Sherbrooke Gas and Water Co. — Concluded. 

Appraiser's office : lighting, Dec. 15, 1900-June 25, 1902, gas, 1,200 cu. ft. at 25c. per 
100 c. ft.; rent of meter, $2.25 

Heating P. O.: June 24, 1901- June 25, 1902, gas, 47, GOO cu. ft. at 12£c. per 100 c. ft.; 

rent of meter, $1.50 . . 

Smith, J. D., coal, egg, 43 '645 tons at $6 ; nut, 4 "55 tons at $6.25 

Spearing, R. J.: care of clock, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1902 ; repairs, $1.25 '. 

Stenson, D. W. : 2 doz. brooms, $8 ; 2 boxes soap, $8 ; toilet paper, $14.30; chloride of 

lime, $3.60 ; sundries, $8.30 

Cartage of rubbish, &c, 35 loads at 25c; cleaning and laying carpet and matting, $7; 

plumbing, $3.70 ; hardware, $3.55 ; 5 loads gravel at $1.25; spring and parcel drop, 

$7.50 ; sundries, $2.50 

Sorel Public Building ($1,895.54)— 

Caretaker, Chas. Robitaille, 12 m. to June 30 1902 

Care of clock, 18 m. to July, 1902, $75 ; repairs, $4.25. 

Courchesne, Geo., sundry plumbing. 

Godin, Helaire, cleaning shutters and windows, 18 d. at $1 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: Buffalo boiler, $300, less 30 p.c. ; special leaders with flanges, $15; 

freight, $7.28 

Labelle, Cyr. & Co. : 2 C. door springs at $10 ; sundries, $2.40 

Lavallee, Alf., contract 50 tons coal at $5.20 , , 

Martin, A. : wood, 5 cords at $6, 6 at $4 

Robidoux, Arthur, taking off and putting on double windows, repairing, &c, 15 d. at 

$1.60 



Robitaille, Alphonse : sawing wood, 11 cords hard in 3 cuts, at $1.75 ; cutting same at 

10c. a cord 

Sorel Corporation ($700)— 

Water, 12 m. to Oct. 1, 1902 

Gas : Mar. 15, 1901- June 16, 1902, 244,000 cu. ft. at $1.50, 42,000 cu. ft. at $2. 
Trempe, A. C: box Comfort soap, $4.50 ; 24 cakes soap at 5c; 8 brooms, $2.10 ; 115| lbs. 

W. soda, $2.93 ; 35 boxes matches at 12c ; sundries, $16.71 

Whitewashing, $4.50 ; cartage, $5.20 ; door check spring, $3.25 ; 2 gas globes and fix 

tures, $2.10; fixing door, $4; sundry plumbing, $4.63; cotton, &c, $7.75; repairs 

$5.15 ; sundries, $3.14 , 

St. Henry Post Office ($513.10)— 

Beauchamp, Z., 11 Venetian blinds at $5.25 ... 

Brunet, Francis : plumbing repairs, labour, $19.25 ; materials, $7.60 

Fortin & Wait, 2 cords maple at $6.75 ; Moore, T. F. & Cie, 15*115 tons coal at $5.50. . . . 
Montreal Gas Co.: lighting, Mar. 3-Dec 4, 1901, 53.300 cu. ft. at $1.20 ; rent of meter. 

$2.70 

Montreal Light, Heat and Power Co., lighting, Dec. 4, 1901- June 14, 1902 : gas, 41,000 

cu. ft. at $1.20 ; rent of meter, $1.80 

Montreal Water and Power Co., water rates, 9 m. to May 1, 1902 

Pauze, J. B., contract painting exterior and interior of P. O , 



1902. 



St. Hyacinthe Public Building ($2,894.83)— 

Caretaker, F. X. Tetreault, 12 m. to June 30, 

Beaunoyer, U., painting, glazing, &c , 

Bouthiliier, Alf. : plumbing, 41^ hrs. work at 30c ; materials, $9.21 

Brousseau and Fils, 27 yds. oilcloth at 70c 

Burgue, H., awning supplied to local building at $1.50 per ft 

Huettle, Jos.: plumbing repairs in laboratory, $90.05 ; repairing roof, $15 ; labour, 34 hrs. 
at 30c; sundries, $24.55 

La Compagnie de Gaz Electricite and Pouvoir : lighting, Dec. 20, 1900-June 25, 1902, 
electric light, 7.072,000 Watt hrs. at 10c per 1,000 ; rent of meter, $9 ; gas, 65,700 cu. 
ft. at 20c per 100 : rent of meter, $6.30 ; lamps, 60 at 25c, 8 at $2.60, 1 at $2 ; labour, 
$8.35 ; sundries, $28.28 

Marceau, V.: 100 bars soap at 5c; 60 pkgs. pearline at 8c; brooms, 13 at 35c, 2 small at 
15c ; oil can and oil, $4.10 ; sundries, $8.41 

Montreal Electric, Co., supplies for electric clock 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., style ' C ' 22 bag rack 

Paquet & Godbout : desk, $20 ; 2 tables, $7 ; pine, $43.15 ; iron, $24.25 ; labour on machi- 
nery, &c, and putting on double windows, 271| h., $63.73, 24^ d. at $2.50, 2 at $2, 2 
at $5 ; sundries, $89.70 

Rouleau, C. & Son : wood, 6 cords at $5; cutting and storing, $13.80; egg coal, 45 - 96 
tonsat$7.02| 

Simard & Godbout, repairing office furniture 

St. Hyacinthe City, water rates, 18 m. to Dec. 31, 1902 , 

Therrien, Pierre : sundry plumbing, labour, 384; h. at 40c, 101^ h. at 50c; pipe, $25.54 ; 
elbows, couplings, solder, &c, $62.41 . 

Repairs to clock, $1.50 ; check and spring, $7 : 50 pkgs. t. paper, $5 ; sundries, $4.45. . . '. 



Carried forward 158,198 37 



$ cts. 
152,425 64 



5 25 



61 00 

290 31 

31 25 

42 20 



39 25 

400 00 
79 25 
13 85 
18 00 

232 28 
22 40 

260 00 
54 00 

24 00 

20 35 

250 00 
450 00 

31 64 



39 77 



57 75 
26 85 
96 63 


66 66 


51 00 

21 96 

192 25 


400 00 

130 98 

21 66 

18 90 

54 00 



139 80 



928 33 

27 16 
10 60 
65 00 



323 08 

366 67 

11 70 

225 00 

154 00 
17 95 



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V-161 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



St. Jerome Public Building ($1,290.59)— 

Caretaker, J03. Savard, 12 in. to June 30, 1902—9 m. at $350, 3 m. at $400 per annum. . . 

Allaire, Pierre, removal of snow, winter 1901-1902 

Brazeau, J. Bte. ; desk, $25 ; chairs, 2 arm, $13.50, 5 at $1.50, 3 at $1 ; sundries, $2.75. 

Castonguay, R. : 9.\ yds. oilcloth at 95c. ; laying same, 82 

Decary, J. B. : clock, $2 i ; 1 Jesforges, J. D., wood, 4 cords at $4, 10 cords at $2.50 

"Desjardins, Jos. N. : plumbing repairs, $8 ; labour, 4 d. at $1.50 



Dufour, David, 5,161 ft. red pine at 5k- . 



St. 



St 



Filion, Ferdinand, partition with glass doors in post office 

( rodmer, Chs. : 20" 165 tons egg coal at $7 ; 23jf yds. oilcloth at $1.25 ; freight, 40c 

Savard, Jos., cleaning and repairs 

St. Jerome Town, water rates, 12 m. to Oct., 1902 

St. Jerome Power and Electric Light Co., lighting, 12 m. to Jan. 31, 1902 

Repairs, 85 ; 14 cords wool cut at 50c ; plumbing, $2.95 ; 1 doz. brooms, $4 ; 50 bars soap, 

$2.60 

John's Public Building ($939.30)— 

Caretaker, Leon Ferrant, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Cote et Frere : Columbia door spring, $13.20; 4 prs. Chicago springs at $4.40 ; sundries, 

N12.50 

Godin, D. : 18 tons egg coal at $5.25 ; Woods, Jas. W., Dominion flag, $16.50 

Ft, .1 ohns Electric Light Co., Jan. 1, 1901-June 30, 1902 

St. Johns Waterworks, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1903 

Roch's Post Office ($103.28)— 
Andy, Maxime : plumbing and glazing, $3.77 ; Archer & Co., 5 125 tons coal at $7.25. . 

Filion, A. : cord spruce, $4 . 40 ; cutting, $1 . 60 

Quebec Gas Co., gas, Feb. 1, 1901-May 1, 1902, 32,200 c. ft. at $1.75 

Three Rivers Custom House ($1,828.94)— 

Caretaker, P. Gravelle, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Buckley, H. 3t Cie. : coal, 50 tons at $6.25 ; wood, hard, 12 cords at $6.50, soft, ^cord at 

$4 

Denechaud, L. T. : 12 galls, oil at 35c ; soap, $2.40 ; 8 whisks and brushes, $2.30 ; 10yds. 

cotton at 10c. ; sundry, $4 . 34 

Godin, Eug. : 5 doz. lamps, $3 : sundry repairs, $1 . 75 . 

Guillemette, Nap., fils, taking off double windows, putting on blinds and general repairs 

to C. H 

Luckerhoff & Bro. : repairs to water pipes, sink, &c, 37 h. at 30c. ; materials, $21 .36 

North Shore Power Co., lighting, Dec. 1900- June, 1902, 3 m. at $8.96, 16 m. at $9 21. . . 

Three Rivers Waterworks, 18 m. to Jan. 1, 1903 

Labour, 6 d. at $1 ; door, $1.50 



Three Rivers Post Office ($2,089.68)— 

Caretaker, Arthur Gauthier, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Buckley, Harry : wood, 9 cords at $6.50 ; contract, egg coal, 35 tons at $6.25 

Cooke, Thos., repairs to drawers, locks, &c 

Gauthier, L. : 4^ doz. electric lamps at $3 ; 100 ft. hose at 10c. ; soap, $6.30 ; sundries 
$26.25 , 

Gauthier, O., supplying materials and whitewashing 

Guillemette, Nap. et fils ; making partition, glazing same, contract, $500 : contract for 
repairs, $300 ; painting letter boxes, $11.25 ; taking off storm doors and windows and 
sundry repairs, $244 .35 

Lnmothe, W., painting walls and ceiling of private office 

North Shore Power Co., lighting, Dec. 1900-oune 1, 1902, 18 m. at $10.21 

Three Rivers Waterworks, water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1902 

Repairs : to lights, $7.40 ; to doors, $5.20 ; stool, $1* 



Valley field Public Building ($783.06)— 

Leger. Victor, 8 tons coal at $6.10 ; Mercier, Leon, 2 cords wood at $6 

Papineau, N. : rent of premises for post office, July 31, 1900-April 30, 1902, $525 ; 

taxes, $«;3 

Valloyfield Electric Co. : lighting, 24 m. to -July 1, 1902, at $3.30 per m. ; 60 16-c. p. 

lamps at 25c ; repairs, $1.54 

Valleyfield Town, water ratesi, 2 yrs. eniing April 30, 1902 



Victoriaville Public Building ($472.05)— 

Caretaker, Miss Eva Beaudet, 10 nios. to April 30, 1902, at $6.25 

Beauchesne, F., coal, 25005 tons at $7.50 

Bourbeau, J. 0. : 50 ft. hose, $8; 2 cords wood, $3; sundries, $12.65, 
Gagnon, Achille & Co. ($175)— 

Lighting, May 1, 1901-May 1, 1902 

Water, May 1, 1901-May 1, 1902 

Rent of site for drain, 2 yrs. to June 30, 1902, $2 ; cartage of ashes 

double windows, $1 .50 ; sofa, $4 ; sundries, $11 .40 



.50; cleaning 



Carried forward 



$ eta. 
158,198 37 



362 50 
12 00 
51 75 
11 03 
(io (10 
14 00 

283 85 
35 00 

171 15 
10 00 
60 86 

192 00 

21 45 

350 00 



43 30 


111 00 


375 00 


60 00 


40 93 


6 00 


56 35 



300 00 



392 50 



14 24 

16 75 


765 25 

32 46 

174 24 

126 00 

7 50 


400 00 

277 25 

15 75 


56 05 
14 85 


,055 60 
10 80 

183 78 
62 00 
13 60 


60 SO 


588 00 


95 74 
37 52 


62 50 

187 50 

23 65 


125 00 
50 00 



1— llv 



23 40 
165,698 37 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Almonte Public Building ($855.66)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Moulton, 12 m. to June 30 

Almonte Electric Light Co.: lighting, 12 m. to Jany. 1, 1902, $98.40 ; 1 lamp, 30c. . . , 
Almonte Town : incandescent lamps, 3 m. to March 31, 1902, 17 16-c. p. lamps at 20c. 

each per m., $10. 20 ; 13 16-c. p. lamps at 10c. each per week, $16.72 

Donaldson, John, flag pole, $45 ; Mc Arthur, Wm., egg coal, 23 tons at $6.60 , 

Rubenstein Bros. : 1 brass railing, $28 ; 1 case, $1 . 25 ; freight, 45c 

Young Bros., pumping water, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Disinfectants, $3.40; wood, 1 cord maple, $4.50, 1 cord pine, $2.75; hardware, $8.07; 

repairing flag, $1.40; sundries, $5.92 ; cartage, $2.50 

Amherstburg Public Building ($922.60)— 

Caretaker, Richard Elliott, 12 m. to June 30 

Amherstburg Elec. Lt. & Power Co.: lighting, Jan.-April 8, 1901, Sept, 1, 1901-June 

30, 1902, at $165 per year 

Amherstburg Town : water rates, 15 m. to Sept. 30, 1902 at $35 per an 

Bartlet; & Macdonald, damask, 21 yds. at $1; Begaire, F., hickory wood, 4| cords at 

$3.75 , 



Elliott, Wm., removing storm windows, $7 ; 1 wheelbarrow, $4; small repairs, $1.50. 
Palls Bros., coal contract, 22 "66 tons at $6; Maloney, M., 1 expansion tank, $10; 

plumbing, $5.75 

Wigle, David D., sundry hardware, $42.38 ; Window Awning and Tent Co., 8 window 

awnings, $22 

1 wheelbarrow, $4; taking: down storm windows, $3; 1 doz. elec. lamps, $4.20; oak 

lumber, $2.50 ; wire door and fittings, $3.85 ; 2 chairs, $2.25 ; sundries, $9.25 

Arnprior Public Building ($1,073.07)— 

Caretaker, R. B. McCreary, 12 m. to June 30 

Arnprior Elec. Lt. & Power Co.: lighting, 15 m. to March 31, 1902, 38,787 hrs. at £c; 1 

switch, 75c. ; 3 lamps, 75c ... 

Gardner, A. W. N.: 11 cords wood, at $3 ; sundry repairs, $14.60 



Moir, J. S. 

$7.45.. 



egg coal, 33 '29 tons at $6.50 ; building coal bin, $15 ; sundry repairs, &c, 



Rubenstein Bros.: 1 brass railing, $28 ; 1 case, $1.25 ; freight, 46c 

Rudd, Stafford R. : supplying water, 12 m. to Feb. 17, 1902, $50 ; carpenter work, $5. . 

Tierney, Agnes, clerk of works, June 1-18, 1898, 17 d. at $2. . . : 

Wolfe, J. : 1 couch, $25 ; 1 12-in. dial clock, $16 ; washbasin and trap, $15 ; elec. light 

fixtures, $6.75.. .,. 

Covering steps and repairing door springs, $7.75 ; toilet paper, $2 

Barrie Public Building ($943.53)— 

Caretaker, R. D. Hill, 12 m. to June 30 

Barrie Gas Co. : gas, Feb. 15, 1901-June 30, 1902, 103,600 ft. at $1 .75 

Barrie Waterworks, water rates, 12 m. to Dec. 1, 1902 

Connors, Thos. : plastering and kalsomining contract . 

Johnston & Sarjeant, furnace coal, 35'03 tons at $6.45 

Orton & Co., repairing slate roof, contract. 

Glazing, $2.25; 1 box soap, $3.50; 1 doz. brooms, $3; sodding, $5 ; carting ashes, 10 

loads at 50c. ; repairing letter boxes, $1 . 50 ; toilet paper, $6 

Belleville Public Building ($4,671.14)— 

Caretaker, S. Haight, 12 m. to June 30 

Belleville City : proportion of cost of granolithic sidewalk, $559.28; street gully, $12; re- 
moving fence, $11 .50 

Belleville Gas Co.: gas, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 189,800 cub. ft., $339.52; repairs to gas 

lamps, $7 . 45 ; mantles, chimneys, &c, $2 . 40 

Belleville Waterworks, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Bonestee!, C. H.: hauling ashes, 24 loads at 50c; soil, 28 loads at 50c; pumping water, 

$5.25 

Frost, John G.: oak arm-chairs, upholstered in leather, 1 at $9.50, 2 at $8.50, 6 at $6.50, 

2 at $5 ; office chairs, 6 at $2.50, 1 at $1.50 ; high stools, 4 at $3.25 ; 1 screen, $8.50; 

sundry furniture and repairs, $24 .75 

Greenleaf & Son, repairing P. O. boxes, keys, locks, &c, $24.25; polishing railing and 

brass work around stamp office, $10 

Grills, Louis : 1 pr. stairs in Custom House contract, $93 ; sundry carpenter repairs, 

$22.84 

Hanley, Thos., architect, 5 p.c commission on accounts examined and certified 

Jones, Nathan : carpet, 97 yds. at $1.35; making and laying same, $6.52; linoleum, 

24^ y ds - at 50c ; thread, 35c 

Leavens, Chas. C. : hardwood, 4 cords at $6 ; pine, 3 cords at $3 

Moon, Malcolm : painting and decorating contract, $450 ; painting in P.O. bond room, 

$27 ; sundry painting, glazing, &c, $41 .75 

McGie, Wm. : plumbing contract, $96 ; connecting coil, jacking valves and repairs to 

heating system, $26 . 10 ; sundry plumbing, $170 .23 

McMinich, H., smithwork, $10.50; McPherson, Richard, repairs to stamp counter, $22. 
O'Donoghue, M., repairs to doors, windows, &c, 61 hrs. at 20c 



Carried forward 172,493 38 



$ cts. 
165,688 67 



400 00 
98 70 

26 92 

196 80 

29 70 

75 00 

28 54 

400 00 

182 38 
43 75 

33 82 
12 50 

151 72 

64 38 

29 05 
400 00 

195 45 

47 60 

238 81 
29 71 
55 00 

34 00 

62 75 

9 75 

400 00 

181 33 

50 00 

20 00 

225 95 

40 00 

26 25 

600 00 

582 78 

349 37 
60 00 

31 25 



138 25 

34 25 

115 S4 
59 26 

150 07 
33 00 

518 75 

292 33 
32 50 
12 20 



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Brought forward 



Belleville Public Building— Co ntinucd. 

Perry, Geo., 1 Dominion ensign, $10 ; Pringle, A. N., sundry lumber, $13.61 

Rathbun Co., egg coal contract, 75tons at $0 . 25 

Thompson <fe Co. , repairing and finishing 8 chairs . 

Thompson, Geo. W.: installing electric light and fixtures contract, $485 ; 2 extia lights, 
$7.95 



Toronto Aucr Light Co.: Auer lights, 23 at $1.75 ; sundry, $5.20 
Trenton Electric Light & Water Co.: electric light, 13 m. to Jui 



'nne 30, 1902, 4,370,400 
watts at 10c. per M.; 2 lamps, $2; 12 32-c.p. lamps, $3 ; 21 10-c.p. lamps, $5.25 

Vermilea, A. G.: 1 box soap, $4.60 ; 2 doz. brooms, $5.80 ; sundries, $12.85 

Walker, J. W.: 1 Pasteur filter, $25 ; 100 ft. rubber hose, $25 ; sundry hardware, $51.81 

Weir, Jno., street sprinkling, 33 weeks at 75c . . 

Toilet paper, $2.75 ; 1 box soap, $4.50; 1 load sand, 70c; 2 special hinges, 50c; repair- 
ing clocks, $1 . 75 ; pumping water from furnace pit, $4 . 80 ; plastering, $7 

Berlin Public Building ($1,416.77)- 

Caretaker, Jacob Clemens, 12 m. to June 30 . 

Becker, W. H. & Co. : painting, 84^ hrs. at 20c; paint and varnish, $5.10; bronzing 
radiators, $5 ; wall paper, $28.72 ; hanging paper, &c, $14.79 . 

Berlin Gas Co.: gas, Dec 28, 1901 to June 30, 1902, 211,000 c ft. at 20c 

Berlin Waterworks : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Boehmer, R. & Co.: egg coal, 40 tons at $6.45; hardwood, 3 cords at $6.50 ; 1 cord soft 
wood, $4.50 

Bowman, Reuben : sundry lumber, 435 ft. at 3c; carpenter work, 1\ d. at $2; repairing 
floors, screen doors, $26 .25 

Citizens' Gas Control Co., 10 p.c on $282.80, gas consumed (governor rental) for 1901. . . 

Dunke&Co.: soap, $7.15; brooms, 2 doz. at $3.25; removing ashes, $3.50; toilet 
paper, $5 ; sundries, $12 .50 _ 

Hymmen, Peter : supplying and putting in 3 Its. glass, $9 ; sundry plumbing and hard- 
ware, $28.35 

Snider, John B. : 1 special oak standing desk, $20 ; repairing desk, $3 . 60 

Vetter, H., wall paper and hanging 

Painting 7 letter boxes, $7 ; gas lamps, &c, $9.25 ; 1 ash sifter, $4.50 ; hauling ashes, 

8 loads at 50c,; carpenter work,$3.80 

Brampton Public Building ($1,022.10)— 

Caretaker, Jas. McBride, 12 m. to June 30 , 

Brampton Klectric Light Co., lighting contract, Jan. 1 to July 1, 1902 

Brampton Gas Co.: gas, March, 1901, 11,000 c ft. at $2 ; 12 m. to June 30, 1902, 139,500 
c ft. at $1 ; lamps, 34 at 75c; mantles, 10 at 15c; 1 gas stove, $35 ; sundries, $7.30 

Brampton Waterworks, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Citizens' Gas Co. : governor rent, Jan. 1 to June 30, 1902 t . . 

Cook, James, street watering, April 1 to Oct. 19, 1901, 27 weeks at 25c 

Hutton Electric Light Co.: light, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, $20; electric current, March 21, 
1901 to March 21, 1902, $132 

Milner, W. E. & Co.: sundries, $16.55 ; McCollum, R. J., coal, 25 tons at $5.45 

Peaker&Son: coal oil, 30 galls, at 23c ; 1 cord wood, $6.50 ; sundries, $2.03 

1 doz. mantles, $1.80; meth. spirits, 60c; lumber, $0 ; toilet paper, $5.40; repairing 
office furniture, $2.50 ; repairing locks and keys, $2.75 ; removing ashes, $1 .50 



Brantford Public Building ($1,696.51)— 

Caretaker, John Squire, 12 m. to June 30 

Bishop, John & Son : brooms, 2 doz. at $3.50 ; sundries, $23.50 

Boiler Inspection Co., inspecting boiler. , 

Brantford Electric & Operating Co. : incandescent; light, 18 m., June 30, 1902, $489.42 ; 

1 lamp socket, 25c , 

Brantford Gas Co. : gas, 15 m. to June 30, 1902, l,000fc, at $1.60 per M., 2,500ft. at $1.50; 

meter rent, $3 

Brantford Water Works : water rates, 12 m. to March 1, 1902 

Chalaupka, P., painting 26 letter boxes, 2 coats each 

Cowan. T. A. & Co. : 1 new closet and repairing basin, contract, $10.25 ; sundry repairs, 

$1.30 

Elliott, Thos. : coal, chestnut, 2 tons at $5.30 ; large egg, 65 184 tons at $5.10 

Kerr & Goodwin : 1-in. Jenkins dish radiator valves with union, 4 at $2.20 each; 

placing, &c, $1 . 40 . . 

Schultz Bros. Co. : 6 pigeon, hole cases, $21 ; 1 small distributing table with pigeon hole. 

top, $10.75 ; new door for stamp counter, $8.50 ; sundry carpenter repairs, $70.75. 
Glass and glazing, $1.50; 1 cord soft wood, $4 ; repairs to" P. O. boxes, &c, $7.70; fit- 
ting keys in locks, 50c ; carpenter work, $2 ; carting ashes, $3.50 

Brcckville Public Building ($2,780.14)— 

Caretaker, H., Purvis, 12 m. to June 30 

Brockville Light & Power Co.: gas, 16 m. to June 30, 1902, 404,400 ft. at $2 ; meter rent, 

$3 ; incandescent light, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, $13.50 ; sockets, &c, 65c 

Brockville Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to Oct. 31, 1902 



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$ cts. 
172,493 38 



23 64 

468 75 
11 50 

492 95 
45 45 

447 29 

23 15 

101 81 

24 75 

22 00 

400 00 

70 51 

422 00 

18 26 

282 00 

54 30 

28 28 

34 65 

37 35 

23 60 
17 27 

28 55 

400 00 
10 00 

230 80 

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8 77 
6 75 

152 00 

152 80 

15 43 

20 55 



600 00 
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489 67 

8 35 
38 00 
25 00 

11 55 
343 04 

10 20 
111 00 

19 20 

400 00 

825 !*.-> 
170 00 



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Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Brockville Public Building— Concluded. 

Central Canada Coal Co. : egg coal, 20 tons at $6.40 ; cut and split hardwood, 5 cords at 

$2.50 

Deegan. J. E. : repairs to mouldings, and cornices, $64 ; sundry repairs, $20.50 

Dolan & Sons : building granolithic walk in front of P. O. and making connections of 

down pipe to main sewer, contract, $297 ; building granolietlnc walks in yard 2,444 

ft. at 17c. ; drain tile, 147 ft. at 10c. ; sundr}', $2.75 

Ross, G. & Co. : 1 low down closet, $20 ; sundry plumbing, $23.61 

Row, D. : taking off windows and awnings and putting on same, $10; glazing, $3.50; 

cutting ice off of P. O. roof, $2 

Sheridan, W. & J. & Co., putting pipe on furnaces in P. O., contract , 

Smart, R. H., hardware, $13.45; Shields, Geo. E., coal, 6 tons chestnut and 45 of egg 

at $6.40 

Repairs to office chairs, $3.50; laying carpets, $4.55; cleaning clocks, $1.35; carting 

ashes, $6.90 

Carleton Place Public Building ($639.96) - 

Caretaker, J. F. Halfpenny, 12 m. to June 30 

Dunlop, A. C, green hardwood, 4 cords at $4. . . , . , 

Hughes, T. : coal oil, 50 galls, at 30c. , 250 galls, at 25c. ; lamp wick, 40c ; 2 lights glass, 45c 

Singleton Bros., grate coal, 18 tons at $7 

Taylor Bros. & Co. : smithwork man and helper, 3 d. at $5 ; 51 h. at 25c. ; 1 marble slab 

20-in. x 30-in. and 1^-in. and 12-in. back, $10.90 ; sundry hardware, $66.99 

Scavenger work, $4.50 ; sundries, $9.47 

Cayuga Public Budding ($721.11)— 

Caretaker, G. A. Gibson, 12 m. to June 30 

Anguish, Louis, moving partitions and plastering, $16 ; carpenter work, hanging shut 

ters, $6.. 

Cayuga Electric Light & Power Co. : light, July 1, 1901 to May 21 at $50 per annum, 

$44.58; renewals, 6 at 30c '. 

Cayuga Plaining Mills, shutters, 4 fold, 3 sets at $6.15, 2 fold, 2 sets at $4.10 

Grant, A. J. : stove coal, 15 tons at $6.25 

Mitchell, Alex. : polished brass door handles, 2 at $5 ; coal oil, 29 galls, at 25c. ; sundry 

hardware, $13.25. 

Taggart, W. H., painting, kalsomining, &c, contract : 

1 furnace grate, $3.85 ; oak grill and corners, $4.68 ; 2 galls, floor oil, $1.20 ; 1 load fire 

wood, $3 ; 2 loads loam, $1.50; 2 awning covers, $5.85 ; repairing fence, $3 ; re 

moving, 75c 

Chatham Public Building ($1,715.80)— 

Caretaker, W. W. Mitchell, 12 m. to June 30 

Chatham City, water rates, 12 m. to Dec. 1, 1902 

Chatham Gas Co. : gas, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 75.4C0 ft. at $1.75, 144,000 ft. at $1.50; 

less allowance for gas stove, $36 ; less overpaid in 1900-1 (page V— 119), $20.80.. . . 

Crow, A. R. : egg coal, 25 '48 tons at $5.85 ; sawed wood \\ cords at $5.50 

Hadley Lumber Co. : furnishing and laying floor contracts, for customs office, $22, post 

office, $32 ; 1 desk and rack for distributing table, $12 ; sundry carpenter work, $19.25 

London Auer Light Co. : mantles, 24 at 25c. ; chimneys, &c, $5.70 ; express, 60c 

Maynard, Geo., metal ceilings on offices and lobbies of post office, customs and inland 

revenue offices, contract 

Rayment, C. H., stained walnut and varnished shelving (3 sets), contract 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 1 bag rack to hold 25 bags 

Robertson & McKie : taking down and putting up porches, $10.44 ; sundry, $8.50 

Stone, Thomas & Son, covering collector of customs office and office of inland revenue 

with inlaid linoleum, contract 

Westman Bros. : 50 ft. f-in. black rubber hose, $7.50 ; sundry hardware, $7.02 

Glass and glazing, $3; 10 brls. sand, $1.50; 500 paving bricks, $4; hardware, $8.57; 

upholstering, $3 . 25 ; sundries, $6 . 25 ; freight, $2 . 23 

Cobourg Public Building ($1,267.13)— 

Caretakers: Hy. Payne, July, $33.33 ; John Boyd, 11 m. to June 30 at $400 per annum. 

Allen, W. L., & Co. : 100 ft. f-in. lawn hose, $13 ; sundry hardware, $12.60 

Burnet, W., sundries, $13.45; Carruthers, C, carpenter repairs to post office, $11.17 

Cobourg Gas Works : gas, 15 m. to Jutws 30, 1902, 91,600 c. ft. at $2 ; meter rent, $2.50. 
Cobourg Water and Electric Co. ($362.50)— 

Light, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 1,851,700 watts at 15c. per M. ; meter rent, $4.50; 
renewals, &c, $2 . 95.. 

Water: 6 m. to Jan. 1, 1902, $17.75; lawn sprinkling, $5; 6 m. to June 30, 1902, 

53,750 galls, at 22c, 271,628 galls, at 15c. ; meter rent, $2 

Field & Bro. : Brussels carpet, 26§ yds. at $1 .25 ; making, &c, $2.71 ; mats, 2 at $1 

Hayden, John : door spring checks, 2 at $8 ; sundry hardware, $7 . 20 

Thompson, Geo., grate coal contract, 35^ tons at $4.70 

1 cord pine blocks, $7 ; smithwork, $5 ; gilding pipes and radiators, $3 ; cleaning post 

office yard, $4 ; painting letter boxes, $9 ; plumbing, $8.58 ; sundries, $5.20 



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$ Ct8. 



Brought forward 185,414 19 



Collingwood Tost Office ($10.50)— 

Wood, James W., 1 15-ft. Dominion flag . 

Cornwall Public Building ($2,404.24)— 

Caretaker, Kobt. Conway, 12 m. to June 30 . 

Care of clock, L. E. Bailey, 12 m. to Aug. 18, 1901, $75 ; repairs to clock, $8.00 

Broderick, Jno., hard wood, 4 cords at $5 

Cornwall Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to April 1, 1902 

Hunter, Jno. G., sundry plumbing, $34.80 ; Jarvo & Co., hardware, $29.92 

Mulhern, A. F., & Co., coal contract, 40 tons at $0.40. , 

( >ffice Specialty Mfg. Co., 1 style E bag rack (44 bags) 

Ross, L. A., sundry carpenter work, &c, in caretaker's department, contract .... 

Rubenstein Bros. : 3 brass railings, $90 ; 3 cases, $3 ; freight, 03c 

Sharpe,.E., repairing roof of post office, contract , . .... 

Stormont Electric Light and Power Co. : 18 ni. to June 30, 1902, 375,500 ft. at $2.50; 
meter rent, $5 . 40 ; lamp post, $48 , 

Turner, N., & Son, hardware, $10.34 ; Whitley, J. W., scavenger work, $18. 00 

3 crates bag racks, $2.32; carting ashes, $5; hardware, $8.82; repairing furniture, $3 
Deseronto Public Building ($8)— 

Harvey, W. H., shovelling snow, $2 ; Dalton, Jno., painting letter boxes, $6 

Dundas Public Building ($773.23)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Graham, 12 m. to June 30 

I hindaa Electric Co. : lighting, 15 m. to June 3C, 1902, at $5 per m 

M vies, Thos. Sons, chestnut coal, 4'04 tons at $5.75 

Wilson, R. T., rent of public offices, 15 m. to June 30, 1902 



Gait Public Building ($1,340.22)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Kilgour, 12 m. to June 30 

Ballantyne, T., sundries, $10.08; Buchanan, A. E., coal, anth., 30 tons at $6.25, 1 ton 

bituminous, $4.25 

Citizens Gas Control Co., rent of gas governor, 15 m. to Apl. 1, 1902 

Euticknap, A. D. : awnings, 2 at $5, 2 at $4 

Gait Gas Light Co., gas, 12 m. to Apl. 1, 1902, 143,100 ft. at $2 

Gait Town : use of water, 9 m. to Apl. 1, 1902, $18.75 ; street sprinkling, May 1-Nov. 1, 

1901, $7.50 

Hogg, J. S. & Co. : No. 1 wood, 4 cords at $7 ; 1 cord cedar, $5 . . . 

McAuslan, A. : general delivery wicket in P.O., contract, $200; one dumbwaiter, $07; 

1 case of newspaper pigeon holes, $15 

McMurty, W. J. : 1 box soap, $4 ; 1 doz. brooms, $4 ; sundry hardware, $19.38 

Ornamental trees, $9 ; linoleum, 7j yds. at $1.25 ; plumbing, $8.98 

Gananoque Custom House ($174.00)— 

Gananoque Elec. Lt. & Water Co. : lighting, 1 yr. to Dec. 5, 1901 

Hudson, Thos., repairs to custom house, work and material 

Gananoque Post Office ($407.23)— 

Bennett, I. W. & Son, hardware, $14.88; Britton, C. E.-, coal, soft, 2 tons at $0.75, egg, 

35 tons at $0.25 

Covv an, 0. D., estate supplying water, 1901 

Gananoque Elec. Lt. & Water Co., lighting, 1 yr. to Dec. 5, 1901 

Richardson, T., postmaster and caretaker, sundry outlay 

Wilson, H., repairing cement walk in front of P. O 

Cleaning clocks, $3 : carpenter work, $2 ; 1 ton stove coal, $0.25 

Goderich Public Building ($945.04)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Bissett, 12 m. to June 30 

Allan & Mclver : 4 doz. elec. lamps. $14.40 ; sundry hardware, $0 

Buchanan, James & Son : 5 lock boxes for P.O., $21.75; express on same, $1.50, putting 

in $2.50 

Campbell, Wm. : egg coal contract, 30 ' 87 tons at $0 

Cartage & Fuel Co., wood, cords at $5 

Goderich Town, $100 : 

Electric light. 15 m. to March 31, 1902 

Water rates, 12 m. to March 31, 1902 

Hodgens Bros. : carpet, 14 03 yds. at $1 ; felt and braid, 49c 

Porter, Geo. : 1 safe $80 ; toilet paper, $4 

Tipling, T. G. : 1 box soap, $5 ; 1 doz. brooms, $3.00 ; sundries, $2.80 , 

Ice, $4 ; 3 yds. linoleum, $3 ; repairing clock, $1 ; smithwork, $5.75 

Guelph Public Building ($1,183.04)— 

Caretaker, R. McLeod, 12 m. to June 30 

Citizen's Gas Control Co., rent of gas governor, 15 m. to Apl. 1, 1902 

Cormier, T. A., painting, papering, cleaning, &c., in caretaker's quarters, contract 

Cray, M. F. : grate coal contract, 31 ' 52 tons at $5.75 

Gowdy Mfg. Co.: No. 1 cut and split wood, 3 cords at $G.25; 1 cord cedar, $4.25; 

piling, $1 

Guelph City, water rates, 12 m. to July 15, 1902 



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1G 50 



400 00 


83 00 


20 00 


75 00 


64 78 


25G 00 


110 00 


275 00 


93 63 


40 00 


992 15 


34 94 


19 14 


8 00 


50 00 


75 00 


23 23 


625 00 



400 00 

201 83 
37 90 
18 00 

286 20 

26 25 
33 00 

282 00 

27 38 
27 00 

94 00 
80 00 



247 13 
5 00 

141 00 
30 00 
32 85 
11 25 

400 00 
20 40 

25 75 

185 22 

30 00 

100 00 
60 00 
15 12 
84 00 
11 40 
13 75 

400 00 
32 09 
60 00 

181 27 

24 00 
37 44 



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2«3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Guelph Public Building— Concluded. 

Guelph Light and Power Co. : gas, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 21,200 ft. at §1.70, 102,900 ft. 

at $1.60, 110,900 ft. at $1.50 

Hughes, H., scavenger work, $13.50 ; Mitchell, Robt., hardware, $10 

Morris, Geo. B., glass and glazing, &c 

1 stove, $7; photographs, $3; toilet paper, $2; hauling ashes, $9; plumbing, $6.60; 

hardware, $17.65 

Hamilton Drill Hall ($360)— 

Engineer, Henry Morris, Nov. -June, 8 m. at $45 

Hamilton Immigration Building ($10.95)— 

Hamilton City, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Hamilton Old Custom House ($45.50)— 

Hamilton City : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Hamilton Public Building ($6,170.80)— 

Caretaker, A. Barnard, 12 m. to June 30, 1902. . . - 

Fireman, John Wigglesworth, 12 m. to June 30 .... 

Engineer of Custom House hoist, 12 m. to June 30 

Lees, Thos. : repairing and attending clocks, 1 yr. to June 2, 1902, $15; care of tower 

clock, 1 yr to June 20, 1902, $50 

Boulter & Gilmour, hardware, $20.23; Campbell, Jas. & Co., removing ashes, &c, $34. 

Citizen's Gas Governor Co. : rent of 2 gas governors, 15 m. to Mch. 31, 1902 

Dow, H. & J. : No. 1 wood, 4 cords at $7 ; 1 cord pine. $4 . 50 , 

Electric Supply Co., electric supplies 

Hamilton city water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Hamilton Eiec. Lt. and Power Co. : elec. current supplied from Dec. 20, 1900, to Dec. 31 

1901, 12£ m. at $790 per annum ; meter rent, $3.08 ; 42 lamps at 25c, 35 at 20c 

Hamilton Gas Light Co.: gas 15 m. to April 1, 1902; custom house, 68,600 ft. at $1 ; 

meter rent, $4 ; post office, 652,500 ft. at $1 ; meter rent, $15 

Leitch & Tumbull Co.; contract for tables and putting on, $151.40 ; overhauling operat 

ing valve and supplying graduated cut-offs, $25 ; repairing elevator at custom house 

and general overhauling, 103 h. at 40c; material, $14.36; new rope on waiter and 

fitting on, $2.25. 

Malcolm & Souter : qtd. oak wood, 21 yds. at $1.65 ; border, 56 ft. at 22c; strip, $1.03 ; 

1 Smyrna rug, $7 ; repairs to furniture, new stools, curtain and rod, contract, $59.50; 

sundry repairs, &c, $33.60 , 

Myles, Thos. Sons : coal contract, egg, 160 tons at $5.75 ; chestnut, 8 tons at $5.75 . 

Stewart, Jas. H. : altering and additions to gas service, &c, man and helper 72 h. at 45c 

one man 60 h. at 25c; sundry hardware, $29.31 ; plumbing, $14.94 

Watkins, Thos. C. : window shades, $52 ; mats, $5.95 

Wilson, Jno. : repairing on tower ol main building and letter carrier roof, $40 ; building 

eaves trough, $25 ... 

5 doz. rolls toilet paper, $5 ; repairing post office roof, $7 ; glazing, $3.85 ; altering table 

at newspaper racks, $7.15; repairing flags, &c, $4.13; repairing sewer, $1.50: 

sundries, $7 

Ingersoll Public Building ($946.43)— 

Caretaker. Jno. McDonald, 12 m. to June 30 

Hutt, H. E., winding tower clock, Sept. 12, 1900, to Sept. 12, 1902 

Dunn, T. N. : wire letter baskets, 2 at $2.50 ; hardware, $8 

Ingersoll Elec. Light and Power Co.: lighting, 15 m. to June 30, 1902, 927,600 watts at 

8c, 3,322,600 watts at 7hc; overpaid, $1 

Ingersoll Gas Light Co.: gas, 12m. to June 30, 1902, 34,100ft. at $1.20; meter rent, $1.56 
Ingersoll Water Works Co.: water, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1902, 85, 352 galls, at 25c; meter, $2.50 
McColl Bros. & Co., 1 can floor oil, $11 . 20 ; Robertson & McKay, 100 ft. hose, $10.50 

hardware, $4 . 86 

Boss, John : coal, egg, 10 tons at $6.25 : 1 ton bituminous, $6 

Coal, $6.40; 1 cord hardwood, $2.50; repairing locks and keys, $2 f 50; plumbing, $4; 

carting ashes, $6.64 ; removing storm sashes, $3 ; digging ditch, $1.24; sundries, $6.25 
Kingston Custom House ($1,073.80) — 

Attending furnace, R. B. Murray, 8 m. to June 30, 1902, at $12 per m 

Carson, Mrs. A., scrubbing and cleaning offices, 11 m. to June 30, x902, at $8 per m 

Craig, W. G. & Co., coal at $6. 45 per ton : 30 of egg and 9 of chestnut 

Elliott Bros., sundry plumbing, &c . . ; 

Ellis, Arthur, clerk of works ; services checking and certifying accounts, &c, 225^ h. at 

60c; commission at 1\ p. c, $7.22.. 

Hall, David, plumbing, $46.02; Harrison, T. E. & Co.: Brussels carpet, 66 yds. at $1.25; 

1 desk, $7 : chairs, $7.50 

Kingston city : water supply for year 1902, $54 . 40 ; street sprinkling, $8 . 95 

Kingston Light, Heat and Power Co.: gas, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 66,700 ft. at $2; 

meter rent, $3 . 

Sullivan, M.: building cupboards in long room and changing counter, $59.80; repairing 

basement windows, $10.18 ; removing and erecting summer blinds and winter storm 

sashes, &c, $30 



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$ cts. 
192,338 05 



367 03 
23 50 
12 46 

45 25 

360 00 
10 95 
45 50 



600 00 


600 00 


600 00 


65 00 


54 23 


72 11 


32 50 


17 80 


000 00 



832 52 
740 10 



234 21 



148 10 
966 00 

91 65 
15 95 

65 00 



35 63 

400 00 

25 00 
13 00 

314 45 
42 54 
23 84 

26 56 
68 50 

32 54 

96 00 

88 00 

251 55 

10 68 

142 52 

143 62 
63 35 

136 40 



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Dominion Building? : IHaintcnance — Continued. 



Brought forward, 



Kit gs'on Public Building — Concluded. 

Glass and glazing, $6.70; 1 cord slabs, $4; repairing furniture, $3.90; sundries, $24 10 

cartage, $3 

Kingston Drill Hall ($760.06)— 

Breck, J. H., balance for wiring Drill Hall. See (Page V— 74) 1900-1901 

Elliott Bros.: 2.^-in. fire hose, 100 ft. at 90c; controlling nozzles, 2 at $10 ; branch pipes, 

2 at $5 ; 2£-in. expanding couplings, 2 sets at $2.50 ; sundry repairs to plumbing, 

$32.05 

Ellis, Arthur, services as clerk of works in May, 31 d. at $2.50.. 

Wilmot, Henry F.: carpenter work, 8 d. at $2.50 ; 6 panel doors, $10.50 ; sundry hard- 

% ware and lumber, $20.01.. , 

Kingston Examining Warehouse ($62.90) — 

. Craig, W. G. & Co., stove coal, 7 tons at $6.45 

Holt, David, taking down and putting up stove pipes 

Kingston City : water supply for year 1902, $12.40 ; street sprinkling, 55c 

Kingston Inland Revenue ($286) — 

Harrison, T. E. & Co. : office desk, $43.50 ; 1 chair, $6.50 

Kingston City : water supply, 1 y. to June 30, 1902, 18,882 cub. ft. at 25lc, 26,425 cub. ft. 

at 22^c. ; street sprinkling, 75c 

Kingston Light Heat & Power Co.: gas, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 59,600 ft. at $2 ;. meter 

rent, $9 

Kingston Military College ($1,742.85)— 

Engineer, Win, Hazlett, 12 m. to June 30 

Firemen : M. Madden, 12 m. to June 30, $660 ; M. Redmond, Jan. 28 to June 30 at 

$45 per m., $229.35 

Corkev, Jno.: acting engineer, 30 d. in April, $45 ; fireman, 19 d. in May, $28.50 

Kingston Post Office ($1,714.54)— 

Attending furnace, &c, S. L. Spencer, 8 m. to June 30, 1902, at $12 per m 

Clark, Ann., scrubbing and cleaning office to June 30, 07| d. at $1 

Craig, W. G. & Co., egg coal delivered at P.O., 45 tons at $6.45 

Ellis, Arthur, clerk of works, services checking accounts, &c, 19J h. at 60c 

Harrison, T. E. & Co., repairs to office furniture 

Kingston Light, Heat & Power Co. ($1,087.23)— 

Gas, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 366,900 ft. at $2 ; meter, $4.50. ... 

Electricity supplied to June 30, 1902, 21,989 amperes at y^c 

Wiring post office switches fixtures, &c, $295 ; less charged to Kingston Post Office, 

repairs (Page V— ) $100 

Kingston City : water rates, year 1902, $42.60 ; street sprinkling, $6.18 

Mitchell, J. C.: cleaning snow and ice from roof, $3.60 ; carting ashes, paper and cleaning 

yard, $12.63 

Robinson Bros. : painting and varnishing, 2 coats, letter boxes, 40 at $1 ; parcel boxes 

o at $12 , , . 

Robinson, N. J.: mantles, 10 at 35c, 42 at 30c; 2 lamps, $2 ; shades, &c, $4.10 

2 cords cut slabs, $8 ; cleaning and repairing clocks, $4 ; removing storm sashes, $4.50 ; 

sundries, $1.50 „ , 

Kingston Wolfe Island Custom's Outpost ($38.70)— 

Craig, W. G. & Co., coal, 6 tons at $6.45 , „ 



cts. 



Lindsay Public Building ($728.21)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Galbraith, 12 m. to June 30 

Lindsay Light, Heat & Power Co., electric light, 47 lamps at $75 per annum, 18 m. to 

June 30, 1902 

Lindsay Town, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 . 

McLennan & Co., hardware, $10.10 ; Rathbun Co., ccal at $6.75, 3*055 of nut, 20 j of egg 
Lime, $1.55 ; 4 cords hemlock wood, $9 ; removing storm windows, $4 ; 1 doz. brooms 

$3. 75 



London Custom House ($3,515.79)— 

Engineer, M. Mulkern, 12 m. to June 30 

Caretaker, W. Greer, 12 m. to June 30 

Boiler Inspection Co., inspecting 2 boilers 

Chantler Bros.: coal, egg, 91 65 tons at $6.40 ; B. Hill, 4 "255 tons at $5.50 

City Gas Co. of London : gas, 16 m.to June 30, 1902, 289,400 eft. at $1 ; meter rent, $6.40 

Daly, Jno. M. : cut slabs, 4 cords at $4 . 50 ; split wood, 6 cords at $7 

Gray, Pat'k., removing ashes, &c, 10 m. to June 30, at $3 per m 

London Electric Co.: lighting, 15 m, to April 1, 1902, 1,124,800 watt hrs. at 18c perM., 

5,605,000 watt hrs. at 9c per M. ; meter rent, $3 . 75 

London Water Commissioners, water rates, 12 m. to July 15, 1902 

McBride, H. C, services as local superintendent, 1\ p. c on $2,083.82 

Reid Bros. & Co., toilet paper, $10 ; Reid, Jas. & Co., sundry hardware, $15.50 

Robinson, Little & Co., 16 yd. flag, $15 ; Screaton, A. & Co., flags, 2 at $20 ; mats, $9 ; 
sundries, $16.10 



Carried forward . 



201,352 07 


41 70 


475 00 


157 05 

77 50 


50 51 


45 15 

4 80 
12 95 


50 00 


107 80 


128 20 


780 00 


889 35 
73 50 


96 00 
67 50 
290 25 
11 70 
10 65 


738 30 
153 93 


195 00 
48 78 


16 23 


46 00 
22 20 


18 00 


38 70 



400 00 

112 50 

30 00 

167 41 

18 30 



600 00 

400 00 

20 00 

609 97 

295 SO 

60 00 

30 00 

710 61 

140 00 

156 30 

25 53 

80 10 



209,855 37 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Suildings ; Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward, 



London Custom House — Concluded. 

Stevely, Wm. & iSon.: metallic ceiling, 39.\ sqrs. at $7.50, 4 at .$7 ; wood ceiling, 43J sqrs. 

at $1 ; painting roof gutters with elastic carbon paint, G6 d. at $1,50 ; 1 galv. iron 

skylight, $15 ; galv. iron mouldings around cupolas, $24.80 ; repairing roof conductor. 

pipes, gutters, &c, 16 d. at $2.50; sundry repairs and hardware, $27.90; less 

charged to London Custom House, 1 (page V — ), $350 

Window awning, $7 ; repairing clocks, $5.50; repairing furniture, $4 ; repairing flags, 

$4 . 50 ; smith work, $6 . 40 ; sundries, $5 . 10 

London Post Office ($3,383.72)— 

Engineer, John Price, 12 m. to June 30 

Bartlett, W. H., removing ashes, &c, 8£ m. to May 31, 1902, at $3 per M 

Boiler Inspection Co., inspecting 2 boilers 

Bowman & Co.: split wood, cords at $0.50 ; slabs, 4i cords at $3.50 

Chantler Bros.: coal, egg, 104 "155 tons at $6.40 ; B. Hill, 5*665 tons at $5.50 

City Gas Co. of London : gas, 16 m. to June 30, 1U02, 307,800 c. ft. at $1 ; meter rent, $10.40 
London Electric Co.: lighting, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 11,990,000 watt hrs. at 9c. per M.; 

meter rent, $ 4 . 50 , . . 

London Water Commissioners, water rates, 12 m. to July 15, 1902 

Mc Bride, H. C, services as local superintendent, 7^ p. c. on $4,783.40 .... 

Beid Bros. & Co., toilet paper, 3 cases at $8 . 

Tytler, Wm. : making desk for money order office with 4 drawers, 5 cupboards and 

pigeon holes, $53.50; rehanging large windows at rear with chains, $29.33 ; sundry 

carpentry, repairs, &c, $33 .67 

Window frames, $3.75 ; 24 gillets lye, $2.83 ; repairing clock, $1 

Napanee, Public Buildings ($1,113. Ill- 
Caretakers : Kobt. Webster, July and Aug., $66.66 ; Mrs. Webster, 10 m. to June 30 

at $400 per annum, $333.34 , 

Care of clock, E. W. Smith & Bros., 1 yr. to April 1, 1902 

Herring, Jas. E. : incandescent gas burners, 60 at S5c; tapers, 3 boxes at 35c 

Madole & Wilson : 70 ft. hose, $10.50 ; sundry hardware, $29.10 

Madole, M. S.: repairing and fitting doors and windows, contract 

Napanee, Gas Co.: gas, 15 m. to June 30, 1902, 53,100 ft. at $2 ; meter rent, $3 ; voucher 

outstanding, $G4 . 50 ; sundry, 75c 

Napanee Waterworks, water rates, 12 m. to Nov. 1, 1902 

Rathbun Co.: coal, nut, 5 tons at $3.25, egg, 35 tons at $6.25 ; wood, 5 cords at $4 

Soap, $3 ; taking off and putting on windows, $9 ; painting letter boxes, $4 ; repairing 

locks and doors, $3 

Niagara Falls Public Building ($1,640.17)— 

Caretaker, W. J. Sheppard, 12 m. to June 30 

Carnochan, W. E. i fire escape contract, $180 ; balance due on contract work see Niagani 

Public Buildings (page V— ) $121 

Cole & McMurray, sundry plumbing 

Dennis, D.: wood, 10 cords at $6 ; street sprinking season of 1901, $20 

Hutchings, J. E. & Co., egg coal contract, 33 '455 tons at $5.60 ...... 

Kerr, J. J.: carpet making and laying, 32 yds. at $1,40 : linoleum, 15 yds. at 75c; 4 mats, 

$L0 ; recovering 3 office chairs and lounge, $15 

Mears, J. D. & Co., sundries, $10.80 ; Niagara Upholstering Co., 2 chairs, $10 

Niagara Falls Elec. Lt. & Power Co., lighting 18 m. to June 30, 1902. . . . ; 

Niagara Falls Water Commissioners, water rates, 18 m. to Jan. 1, 1903 

Wilson, John : soap, $2.65 ; brooms, $1 .80 ; sundries, $6.80.. .,_ 

1 brass plate engiaved, $6 ; putting up decorations, $9.35 ; carting ashes, $3.50 

Orangeville Public Building ($812.72) - 

Caretaker, D. McPherson, 12 m. to June 30 

Atkinson, H. L. , wood, 11^ cords at $2 . 50 per cord 

Lath well, Jos. R., coal : egg, 22 4 tons at $6.80 ; stove, 4 '075 tons at $6.80 

Marshall, F. J., sundry repairs to water pipes 

Orangeville Electric Lt. Co. : incandescent light, 12 m. to Feb. 5, 1902, $147 ; lamps, 10 
at 30c., 2 at 25c 

Orangeville Town, water rates, 15 m. to Sept. 30, 1902 

Charging fire extinguishers, $1.80; repairing P. O. boxes locks, keys, &c, $6.25; hard- 
ware, $11 .03 

Orillia Public Building ($1,150.30) - 

Caretaker, John Frawley, 12 m. to June 30 

Boyden, J. hardwood, 4 cords at $3.75 ; Main, T. A., sundries, $10.35 

Orillia Town, $143.23: lighting, 15 m. to June 22, 1902, $104; lamps, $5.40; sundry 
supplies, $1 . 33 

Water rates, 12 in. to April 1, 1902 

Phillips & Co., sundry plumbing, $22 37 ; Pomeroy, S., contract for P. O. porches, $105. 

Tait, A., egg coal contract, 28 tons at $6 . 60 

Webb, E.: granolithic side- walk, 1,718 sq. ft. at 17c; 63 ft. curbing at 50c; 3 new steps, 
37 ft. at $1 . 50 ; 20 hrs. labour on steps, $9 ; less amount paid by Town of Orillia, $37 . 74 

2 cords pine wood, $5 ; removing ashes, $8.50 ; plumbiug, $3.75 ; hardware, $1.90 



Carried forward „ 218,342 84 



cts. 



209,855 37 



354 95 

< 32 50 

600 00 

25 50 

20 00 

54 75 

697 74 

318 20 

1,033 60 
80 00 

355 80 
24 00 



116 50 
7 63 



400 00 
50 00 
52 05 
39 60 
38 57 

174 45 
69 44 

270 00 

19 00 

400 00 

301 00 
14 87 

80 00 
187 35 

81 05 

20 80 
487 50 

37 50 
11 25 

18 85 

400 00 
28 12 

180 02 
10 00 

150 50 
25 00 

19 08 

300 00 
25 35 

110 73 

32 50 
127 37 

184 80 

350 40 
19 15 



rUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMEXT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-169 



Dominion Buildings : Jttainteiiauce— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Paris Post Office : Taylor, Geo. E., furnace coal, 25 "55 tons at $5. GO 

Pembroke Public Buildings ($1,032.46)— 

( iaretaker, Samuel Hamilton, 12 in. to June 30 . 

Bland, .). & Co : 1 roll top oak desk, $50 ; 1 office chair, $10 

Dunlop & Co., coal contract, 27 '76 tons at $6.49 

Pembroke Elec, Lt. Co., lighting, 33 10 c. p. incandescent lamps, 15 m. to April 30, 1902. 

Pembroke Waterworks, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Rubenstein Bros.: 1 brass railing, $28 ; 1 case, si .25 ; freight, 54c 

Skinner & Ryan, wood, 7 coi-ds at $3 . 25 . . .. 

Taylor, J. M. : window shades and painting, $32 ; sundries, $4.25 

Chinese lanterns, 83.20 ; 2 double acting spring hinges, §5.50; soap, $2; toilet paper, $6.75 ; 

work on tower clock, $5 ; repaid ng clocks, $1 . 50 ; sundries, $4 . 05 

Perth Inland Revenue : Adams, 11., 1 cupboard, contract 

Peterborough Custom House ($1,394.52)— 

Caretaker, Win. Taylor, 12 in. to June 30 

Aklridge, W., repairs to custom house, contract 

Blade, A., filling flower beds, $20 ; Dickson Co., wood, 6 cords at §2.50 

Kingseote, Alfred : re-covering 2 awnings, $10 ; repg. flag, $2.75 ; taking down awning 75c 

McClellan Co., coal at $6 a ton : egg, $148.26 ; nut, $24.06 

Peterborough Light & Power Co : lighting, 16 m. to May 2, 1902, 1,424,000 {h, constant) 

at 20c. per M ; 836,000 (^ constant) at 15c. per M __ 

Peterborough Water Commissioners : 12 m. to June 30, 1902, $50 ; lawn rate, $4 

Electric supplies and repairs, $2.70; carting ashes, $5; repairing front door lock, 75c. ; 

sundry hardware, $12 . 65 ; sundries, $3 . 50 

Peterboro' Post Office ($1,205.84)— 

Cai c'.aker, John Irwin, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Kiugscote, Alt'. : painting letter boxes, 13 at $1 ; repairing flag, $1 .25 

McClellan Co. : coal, nut, 4'265 tons at $6; egg, 28'435 tons at $5.75 

Peterborough Light & Power Co., lighting, 15 m. to March 30, 1902, contract 

,, Water Commissioners, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Redner, T. A., repairs to P. 0. boxes and drawers, supplying keys, &c 

Wood, $5 ; repairing P. O. clock, $5; removing ashes, $5 ; hardware. $11.65 

Petrolia Public Buildings ($800.12)— 

Caretaker, Chas. Mc Ritchie, 12 m. to June 30 

Jackson, R., <fc Son : egg coal, 2513 tons at $0.25 ; sundry hardware, $7.05 

Lowery, J. A., wall paper, $12 ; Parkinson & Kelly, mason work, $10.65. 

Petrolia Town, laying granolithic sidewalk on east side of P. O., 1,476 sq. ft. at lO.^c,, 

$154.98 ; propr. engineering expenses, $2 ; less 40 p.c. oncost of 710 sq. ft. as agreed 

to by corporation, $29 .82 

Petrolia Waterworks, water rates, 15 m. to Sept. 1, 1902 

Pollard, E. & S. : gasoline, 38 galls, at 22c, 109 galls, at 20c. ; sundry repairs and hard- 
ware, $36 .40 

Queen City Oil Co. : W. W. refined oil, 92 90 galls, at 17c. ; Sarnia P. W. oil, 43'25 galls. 

at 15c. ; less 3 barrels returned, $2 40 

Sun Oil Refining Co., Am. W. W. oil, 94 '26 galls, at 10^c. ; less barrels returned, $2 

3 locks, $3 ; wood, 4 c ords at $1 . 50.. 

Picton Post Office ($186.50)— 

Hepburn, A. W., coal, 10 tons at $6 . 25 

Picton Elec. Light Co. : 1 25-amp. Watt meter, $28 ; light, 271,200 at 9c. per M, $24.40.. 

Rathbun Co. : coal, grate, 2 tons at $6 ; egg, 7 tons at $6.25 

Rubenstein Brcs., 2 brass plates, $10.50; express, 35c 

Painting letti r boxes, $3 ; sweeping chimney, $2. . 

Port Arthur Public Buildings ($787.03)— 

Caretaker, J, Whitehead, 12 m. to June 30 

Laplant, M., wood, 7 cords at $4 ; Macnamara& Dawson, 4 checks and springs, $25 

Marks-Clavet-Dobie Co., hardware, $10.40; Mathews, I. L., & Co., 29 yds. carpet, $40; 

sundry, $2 
Office 
Port A 

10-e. p. lamps, 12 at 35c 

Mills & Emmerson, hardware, $12.55 ; Windatt & Co., coal, egg, 22 tons at $6.79 

Woods, 1 Wh ft. Dominion flag 

6 window blinds, $6.25 ; work on ceiling, &c, $8 ; 5 galls, coal oil, $1.50; painting, $2 ; 

scavenger work, $6.50 ; sundries, $0.35 ; cartage, $5.25 

Port Col borne Public Buildings ($519.39)— 

Caretaker, Win. Armstrong, 12 in. to June 30 

Gumter, Jas. J. : wallpaper, 44 rolls at 15c, 116 rolls at 10c; hanging same, $9.34; 

paint, 3' ; galls at $1.50 ; labour, 3 d. at $2 

Mutual Natural Gas Co., lighting, 18 m. to June 30, 1902 

Port Col borne Waterworks, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Walker, Wm. : 1 box soap, $4 ; 1 doz. brooms, $3.25 ; sundries, $22.30 

8 mantles, $2. 80 ; plaster, $3 ; repairing eave troughs, $8 



Specialty Co., 1 plain oak rotary bookcase 

Arthur Town : electric light, 15 m. to April 1, 1902 at $125 per annum, $156.25; 



Carried forward 224,490 37 



$ cts. 
218,342 84 
143 08 



400 00 

60 00 

ISO J 6 

217 L0 

28 00 

29 79 
22 75 
36 25 


28 00 
24 00 


300 00 

590 00 

35 00 

13 50 

172 32 


205 10 
54 00 


24 60 


300 00 
14 25 
189 09 
537 50 
75 00 
63 35 
26 65 


400 00 

164 11 

22 65 


127 10 

37 20 


66 53 


19 88 

13 56 

9 00 


62 50 

52 40 

55 75 

10 85 

5 00 


300 00 
53 00 


52 40 
13 00 


160 45 

161 93 
11 00 



35 85 
240 00 



38 54 


187 .""i 


10 00 


29 55 


13 80 



V-170 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Port Dalhousie Public Building ($20.35)— 

McLaren & Co. : linoleum, 18 yds. at 75c; sundry repairs to furniture, &c. $6.85 

Port Hope Public Building ($1,150.41)— 

Caretaker, Levi Reynolds, 12 m. to June 30 

Clarke, W. T., coal contract, 37 tons at $6.15 

Clarke, Henry, cleaning and whitewashing 

Dunn, R. & Co. : repairing roof, $6.50 ; fittings for furnace, $8.25 

McLennan, D. J. : soap, $7 ; brooms, $4.20 ; sundries, $14 

Port Hope Gas Light Co.: gas, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 206,200 c. f. at $2 ; meter rent, 

$3, less short paid, 45c , 

Port Hope Water Commissioners : water rates, Oct.-Mar., July-Sept., 1901, $5.01 ; meter 

rent, $1.50 . 

Wickett, Jno. & Son : carpet, 10 yds. at $1.25 ; matting, 6 yds. at $1.20 ; binding mat 

tress, $1.50 ..... 

1^ cords pine slabs, $5.25 ; repairing clock, $1 ; kalsomining, $4 ; sundry repairs, $6 

Prescott Public Building ($1,961.60)— 

Caretaker, Richard Birks, 12 m. to June 30 

Baker, Chas. : balances of plumbing contract charged to this vote, see Prescott Public 

Buildings (page V — ) $577 ; 1 fire pot, No. 5 Daisy boiler, $26.25; 2 sections for 

boiler, $28 ; plumbing, 4'd. at $5 ; sundry repairs, &c, $34.20 

Buckley, James : anth. egg coal, 55 tons at $5.19 ' hardwood, 4 cords at $7 

Coates, Thos., water white Am. oil, 94 ' 59 galls, at 20c 

Daniels, L. II., supplying water, 8 m. to July 1, 1901 

Prescott Water and Light Commissioners, $239.25 — 

Electric light, 15 m. to June 30, 1902, at $125 per annum 

Water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Robinson, W. A., repairs to locks, keys, &c 

Thompson, C. H.: brussels carpet, 60 yds. at $1.25; English oilcloth, 44 yds. at $1 ; 

rugs, 4 at $3 ; making and laying carpets, $10 

Wiilard, N.: hardware, $13.80 ; Woods, J. W., 1 Dominion flag, $16.50 

Cleaning pipes, &c, 50c; removing storm sashes, $6.75; sundries, $6.30; 100 rolls toilet 

paper, $8 

Rat Portage Public Building ($1,3S6.98)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. J. Link, 12 m. to June 30 

Citizens' Telephone and Elec Co.: lighting, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 1,051,200 watt h. at 

10c, 3,581,200 watt h. at 7^c; meter, $5.40 ; sundries, $9.38 

Fife, A. T. &C: repairing copper tank, $13.80; 100 ft. £-in. rubber hose, $12; sundry 

hardware, $30.10 

Halby, James, plumbing, $14.30 ; Murphy Bros., wood, 8 cords at $3.25 

Rat Portage Waterworks, water rates, 15 m. to June 30, 1902 

Western Coal Co. : egg coal contract, 41 ' 3 tons at $9.50 

Door spring, $1.25 ; sundries, $13.90 ; repairs, $7.90 ; cartage, $5 , 

Smith's Falls Public Building ($898.45)— 

Caretaker, R. W. Lewis, 12 m. to June 30 

Citizens' Elec. Light Co.: incandescent light, 33 lights from July 1, 1901 to Jan. 27, 1902. 

36 lights from Jan. 28 to June 30, 1902, at $3.65 per light per annum, $184.80 ; 3 lights 

installed, $6 ; lamps, &c, $2.75 

Foster, A., coal at $5.90 per ton : 20 tons of egg, 3 tons of nut 

Johnston, Win., hard wood, 4 cords at $4.50 

Rubenstein Bros.: 3 engraved brass plates, $18; 2 brass railings, $56; packing cases, 

$1.95 ; freight and express, 65c 

Smith's Falls Town : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, $85 ; cleaning sewers, $11 

Taylor, W. B., sundry carpenter work , 

Toilet paper, $3 ; hardware, $11.49 ; sundries, $3.90 

Stratford Public Building ($1,519.62)— 

Caretaker, J. P. Murray, 12 m. to June 30, $600 ; outlay, $8 

Care of clock, J. Walsh & Son, 1 year to Nov. 15, 1901 

Cole, W., painting 10 post office boxes, $1 each 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co., 100 ft. f-in. hose 

' Hutchings, J.E.& Co., coal at $5.74 per ton, 40'2 tons of large egg, 14 '112 tons of stove, 

5 T tons of chestnut 

McLane, John, 14 4-lock boxes , 

Neff, A. O., painting P. O. walls, 207 yds. at 12|c; border, $2.50 

Smith, the plumber, sundry plumbing 

Stratford Gas Co.: gas 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 183,600 c ft. at $1.60; meter rent, $4.50. 
Stratford Water Works : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, $63 ; street sprinkling, $20 
1 cord wood, $6.50 ; carpenter repairs, $4.15 ; removing storm sashes, $3 ; repairs to door 

check, $3.58 ; hardware, $16.47 ; sundries, $2.75 . 

Strathroy Public Building ($1,423.01)— 

Caretaker, W. J. Johnston, 12 m. to June 30 

McBeth, Geo., contract work, detailed with Strathroy public building (page V ). 

Reed, A.: coal, 24*915 tons at $5.98 ; wood, 5 cords at $4.50 



$ cts. 



224,496 37 



20 35 



Carried forward 232,674 28 



400 00 
227 55 

24 00 
14 75 

25 20 


414 95 


6 51 


21 20 
16 25 



400 00 



6S5 45 

313 45 

18 92 

93 33 


156 25 
83 00 
18 35 


141 00 
30 30 


21 55 


400 00 


388 49 


55 90 
40 30 
81 88 
392 36 
28 05 



300 00 



193 55 

135 70 
18 00 


76 60 
96 00 
60 21 
18 39 


608 00 
50 00 
10 00 
10 00 


341 03 
24 50 

28 37 

30 01 

298 26 

83 00 


36 4.5 


400 00 
669 00 
171 50 



PUBLIC ^YORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-171 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Strathroy Public Building — Concluded. 

Strathroy Electric Co.: lighting 16 m. to Juno 30, 1902, 1,400,100 ft. at 12c. per M.; meter 
rent, $3.80 • 

Strathroy town, street sprinkling, season 1901 

( J iass and glazing, $1.20 ; scavenger work, $2 ; sundries, $4.80 

St. Catharines Public riuilding ($2,079.75)— 

Caretaker, Louis Reno, 12 m. to June 30 

Bald, Win.: carpenter work, repairing platform, making new lobby steps, &c, contract, 
$">2.50 ; inclosing cement house, $11.25 

Begy&SonCo.: painting and kalsomining P. O., contract, $825; painting P. O. boxes, 
11 at 75c 

Crowley, T. J., repairing brick wall at P. O 

1 tevaney & Son, egg coal, 29*96 tons at $5.75 

Dittrick, D., soft wood, 7 cords at $4 

Lincoln Electric Light and Power Co.: incandescent lighting, 9 m. to May 6, 1902, $195; 
lamps, $6 

Loyd, Geo., estate: marble slab in postmaster's office, contract, $12; repairs to wood- 
work, $3 ; plumbing, $3.50 

Mcintosh, Win.: partition and shelving contract, $38 ; 27 pigeon holes in customs office 
contract, $16 ; renewing storm sash and porch in P. O., $2 

Parnell & Bald : 1 doz. brooms, $3.27 ; 1 box soap, $3.12; 30 ft. ^-in. hose, $4.90; sun- 
dries, $5.47 



St. Catharines Electric Light and Power Co.: lighting. 9 m. to Aug. 10, 1931, $195 ; 

lamps, $3.60 

St. Catharines Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

St. Catharines and Welland Canal Gas Lt. Co.: gas for P. O., 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, 1,400 

ft, at $1.50 ; meter rent. $5 

Removing storm sashes and porches, $7.82 ; sundry hardware, $9.70 

St. Thomas Public Building ($1,939.05)— 

Caretaker, Jas. Russell, 12 m. to .Tune 30 

Acheson, James : repairing hot water boiler;* and cleaning smoke stacks, $19.70 ; sundry 

hardware, &c, $23.75. , . . . : 

Gkx xlwin, Samuel : upholstering office chairs, $6.25 ; 3 oak chairs, $7.50 

< rriffin, F. M., egg coal contract, 50 tons at $6.25 

Mickleborough, J., 1, 18 ft. Dominion ensign put up complete contract 

Riddle, John & Son, repairs to Post Office roof, time and material. , 

St. Thomas Gas Co., gas, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 671,200 ft. at $1 50 

St. Thomas Water Commissioners, water rates, 12 m. to June 1, 1902 

Williams, Jos.: moving gas fixtures in custom's office, $6 ; sundry plumbing, $9 

1 oak chair, $6; gas light supplies, $5.45; toilet paper, $7; repairing plaster, $4.50 ; 

carpenter work, $3.85 ; repairing P.O. boxes and supplying keys, &c, $9.10 ; cartage, 

$3.50 

Toronto, A. R. G. office ($473.05)— 

Consumer's Gas Co.: gas, 15 m. to June 1, 1902, 151,500 cub. ft. at 90c. per M 

Holmes Elec. Protection Co., protection to J une 30, 1902, 334 d. at $1 

Toronto Civil Service Examinations, ($50.00)— 

Pyne, R. A.: use of examination hall in college of physicians and surgeons, Nov., 1901, 

4 d. at $10 ; cleaning and arranging desks, &c, $5 ; cleaning and taking up desks, 

&c, $5 



Toronto Custom House ($2,937.51)— 

Fireman, F. Faragher, 12 m. to June 30 

Elevator man, Ed. Switzer, 12 m. to June 30 

Care of clock, C. W. Coleman, 12 m. to June 30-, $62 ; repairing watchman's clock, $2.50 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., sundry hardware 

Boiler Inspection Co. : inspecting 2 boilers 

Canadian Rubber Co.: 350 ft,, 3-in. standard cotton hose, coupled, 7 lengths at $16.50 ; 

150 ft., 1-in. 3 ply star hose coupled, 3 lengths at $9.25; 2 branch pipes, $3.80: £ 

phoenix packing, 6^ lbs. at 75c 

Consumers' Gas Co.: gas, 18 m. to June 19, 1902, 3S9.600 cub. ft, at 90c. per M 

Independent Oil Co. : 1 brl. boiler compound, 877 lbs. at 8c . 

Keith & Fitzsimmons Co.: fitting in steam coils in ex-warehouse, contract, $235; extra 

for express department, $12.35 

Kelk, Fred & E. W., toilet paper, 2 cases at $7.50 

Meadows, Geo. B., making 1 gal v. flat steel mat 

Rogers, Chas. & Sons : tables, 4 at $15 ; chairs, 4 at $2.50 ; 4 at $1.50 

Rogers, Elias & Co.: coal, egg, 51*115 tons at $4.84; nut, 2 tons at $5.09; soft coal 

8 tons at $3.70 

Toronto City : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, 1,093,365 galls, at 12c; meter, $8. . . . 
Toronto Electric Light Co.: current for electric motor, 12 m. to June 16, 1902, 1,540,000 

watt hrs. at 8c. per M. ; meter rent, $6 

Carbon brushes, 75c; repairing case and lock, $5 ; hardware, $6.80 



Carried forward 240,336 15 



$ cts. 



232,674 28 


171 81 

2 70 
8 00 


400 00 


33 75 


833 25 

40 00 

172 27 

28 00 



201 00 



18 50 



50 00 



16 76 



198 ()0 
57 00 


7 10 


17 52 


400 00 


43 45 


13 75 


312 50 


20 00 


25 00 


,006 80 


63 15 


15 00 



39 40 

139 05 
334 CO 



50 00 



660 00 

660 00 

64 50 

33 85 

20 00 



151 93 

350 64 

70 16 

217 35 
15 00 
20 00 
76 00 

287 18 
139 22 

129 13 
12 55 



V-172 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Toronto Drill Hall ($1,195.90)— 

Fireman at $000 per annum : Richard Eyre, $600 ; D. Glionna, 12 m., less 6 d. in June, 
$590 m . 

Shipway Iron, Bell & Wire Mfg. Co., making 2 scrapers .* 

Toronto Engineer's office ($784.40)— 

Confederation Life Association : rent of offices, June 15-Oct. 15, 1901, 4 m. at $38 ; Oct. 
1 Nov. 1, 1901, $25 ; Oct. 15, 1901-July 15, 1902, 9 m. at $46 per m 

Kay, John, Son & Co.: Brussels carpet, 25 yds. at $1.35 ; border, 33 '2 yds. at $1.35 ; mak- 
ing and laving, 58 "2 yds. at 10c; cutting down mattresses, $4 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 1 revolving chair, $24, 1, $12.50 ; 6 chairs, $13.50 ; 1 plain 
drawer case, $43 

Toronto Electric i light Co. : current for year, 12 m. at $1 

Toronto Examining Warehouse ($5,543.45) — 

Engineer, Jas. Cosgrove, 12 m. to June 30 

Fireman, A. Appleton, 12 m. to June 30 , 

Elevator men at $000 per annum : M. Bolard, Oct. 22 to June 30, $412.90 ; W. Cheney, 
July -June 10, $576-66; Alex. Day, 12 m. to June 30, $600; W. Slean, July and 
Aug., $100 ; W. Slean, jr., Sept. 1-23, $87.09 

Watchmen : M. W. Devane, 12 m. to June 30 at $50 per m,; Thos. Jones, 87 d. at $1.50; 
Jos. Richardson, 243 d. at $1.50 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., sundry hardware 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., premiums on insurance, 1 yr. to July 1, 1902, $40; 
inspecting boiler, $10 

Consumer's Gas Co.: gas. 18 m. to June 19, 1902, 222,800 cub. ft. at 90c 

Roger's, Elias Co. : coal, egg, 100 69 tons at $4.84 ; soft, 14 ■ 565 tons at $3.70 

Standard Fuel Co., 2 cords, 1 cut, pine „ 

Toronto City, water rates, 12 m. to Sept. 30, 1902 J 

W bitten, W. J. & Co., 3 galv. iron pans 

Wilson, Win, & Co.: cylinder oil, 50 galls, at $1.25 ; engine oil, 52 galls, at 65c; dynamo 
oil, 45 galls, at 65c; machine oil, 45 galls, at 45c; asbestos packing, 10 - 62 ibs. at 
$1.20 ; sheet packing, 7 lbs. at $1 ; 6 chamois skins, $6 ; 1 steam pump lubricator, $8 ; 
peerless gasket, 5^ lbs. at $1.50; manhole rubber, 6 lbs. at $1.25 ; sundry hardware, 

&c, $31.90 

Toronto Inland Revenue ($1,133.41)— 

Fireman, C. II. Baillie, 12 m. to June 30 

Aikenhead Hardware Co. : removing ashes, $3.50 ; hardware, $8 ..... 

Rogers, Elias Co. : coal, egg, 45*35 tons at $4.84 ; soft, 8 tons at $3.70 

Malcolm & Souter Furniture Co., making filing cabinet, contract 

Standard Fuel Co. , h cord pine wood . 

Toronto City : water rates, 12 in. to June 30, 1902, 152,635 galls, at 12c; meter rent, $8. 

Toronto Elec Co. : lighting, April and May, Nov. 1- July 3, 1902, $84.22; meter ient,$2.50 

Wilson Hardware Co., Acme boiler compound, 50 galls, at 60c 

Totonto Marine and Fisheries, Steamboat Inspectors' office ($450) — 

McKiunon, S. F., rent of rooms 107 and 110 in McKinnon building for steamboat in 

spectors, 12 m. to April 1, 1902, at $37.50 per m , 

Toronto Post Office ($7,361.51)- 

Fireman, Geo. Letray, 12 m. to June 30 

Fireman at $45 a month: G. Philips, Nov. 6 to April 30, $303.38 ; J. Somers, 12 m. to 
June 30, $540 

Care of clock, C. W. Coleman, 1 year to June 30, $62 ; 1 regulator clock for P.O., $18. . . 

Aikenhead Hardware Co. : 1 case toilet paper, $10 ; hardware, $1.90 

Boiler Inspection Co., inspecting 2 boilers 

Brown Bros., 1 case toilet paper, $9, 1 $8.50 

Consumer's Gas Co.: gas, 12 m. to May 22, 1902, 9,-700 c ft. at 90c; meter rent, $12.25 . . 

Rogers, Elias Co., grate coal, 131 "34 tons at $4.84 

Tncandescent Light Co. of Toronto, lighting, 17 m. to June 30, 1902, at $216.6.7 per m. . . 

Jardine, S., rent of stable for storage of quadricycles, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1901, at $12 perm. 

Mackenzie, J. H.: gasoline, 735*22 galls, at 22c, 187 '76 galls, at 21^c, 374'8 galls, at 21c; 
132 "2 galls, at 20c; cyl. oil, 25 galls, at 75c; sundry oils, &c, $29.83; less empties, 
$27.30 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 1 18-bag Harrison bag rack, $75; desks, 1 polished roll top 
oak, $70 ; 1 No. 28 ' Banner' flat top, $36 ; 1 qr. oak office roll top, $50 ; 1 No. 30 ideal 
oak, $10; chairs, 1 upholstered, $12; 1 rotary, $8 ; 13 chairs, $38.15; stools, &c, 
$36.15 

C r Malley, J. & J. L.: cleaning and laying carpets. 70 yds. at 5c, 85 yds. at 3c; felt, 75 
yds, at 4c ; repairing carpet, $2 

Rogers, Chas. & Sons. : repairing and recovering in tapestry 1 large sofa, $23 ; 1 arm 
chair, $14.50 ; sundry, $1.25 , 

Standard Fuel Co., hardwood, 14. 1 ,- cords at $6.50 

Toronto City : water, 12 m. to .June 30, 1902, 2,637,000 galls, at 12c; meter, $S ; remov 
ing ashes, $3.40 

Toronto Elec. Lt. Co.: lamps, 12 at 35c, 12 at 25c, 24 at 20c; sundry, 60c 



Carried forward 256,581 45 



$ cts. 



0,336 15 


1,190 00 
5 90 


591 00 


88 40 


93 00 
12 00 


840 00 
660 00 



1,776 65 



1,095 00 


72 95 


50-00 


200.52 


541 23 


11 00 


67 70 


1 20 



227 20 

660 00 
11 50 

249 10 
67 00 
2 75 
26 34 
86 72 
30 00 



450 00 
600 00 

843 38 
80 00 
11 90 
20 00 
17 50 
20 98 

635 65 

3,683 39 

72 00 



328 55 

335 30 

11 05 

43 75 
94 25 

327 84 

12 60 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-173 



Dominion ICnlUi lugs : IVIaiilteiiaiice -Continued. 



Brought forward 



Toronto Post Offi«e— Concluded. 

Wheeler & B;iin : 1 large filtei', 87 ; sundries and repairs, $16.25 

Wilson, Wm. C. & Co.: 250 ft. 2 in. 'Thistle brand ' rubber lined fire hose, $100 ; valve 

oil, 45 galls, at 85a; Mohawk engine oil, 45 galls. at 45c. ; white waste, 200 lbs. at 10c.; 

flue cleaner, $5 ; sundries, $14.07. ; overpaid $2.55 .... 

Toronto Post Office, Branch, 117 King St. West ($1, OSS. 47)— 

Bender, Mrs. A. L., rent of office, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 at $62.50 per m 

Meadows, Geo. B., water rates, 6 quarters, Oct. 1, 1900 to March 31, 1902 at $1 per qr. . . 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 1 8-ft. P. oak single standing desk, $24; 1 40 pigeon hole case, 

$13.25 ; 2 chairs, $0.40 ; 1 stationary stool, $3.50 

Toronto Elec. Co.: lighting, 15 m. to June 26, 1902, 2,345,750 watts at 12c; meter rent, 

$3.75 ■ .. . ■ 

Toronto Post Office, Union Station ($2,755.57)— 

Elevator man. Jno. Gormaly, Oct. 15 to June 30, 8| m. at $50 per m 

l'Ynsom Elevator Co., voucher 

Grant, A. & Co., repairing table, desk and steps 

( >ffice Specialty Mfg. Co., 56 steel postal bunks 

Toronto Elec. Light Co.: current for electric motor, 12 m. to June 19, 1902, 2,253,600 

watts at 8c. per M. ; meter rent, $6 

Toronto Union Station, electric light current supplied, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 15,180,400 

watts at 12c. pe* M 

Toronto Weights and Measures ($10.75)— 

Eaton", T. & Co. : 1 cupboard, $9 . 75 ; fitting 4 locks in same, $1 . . . 

Toronto Post Office, locomobiles, maintenance ($4,178.80) — 

Canada Cycle and Motor Co.: time and material in repairing automobiles 

Dunlop Tire Co. : guarantee, including repairs and replacement of pneumatic tires fitted 

to postal rigs, 1 y. to June 18, 1902, $465 ; sundry, $9 

Jardine, S., rent of stable for storage, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1902, $12 per m 

Mackenzie, J. H.: gasoline, 282 6 galls, at 23^c, 14-1 galls, at 23c, 497 2 galls, at 22^c, 

1,254-3 galls, at 22c, 4514 galls, at 21$c.; sundry, $40.98; less empties, $29.25 

National Cycle and Automobile Co., time and mateiial in repairing automobiles 

Rogers, Elias, Co. : stove coal, 1 ton, $6.50, 2 at $6, 1 $6.30 

Varnishing and repairing automobiles, $5.50; bringing quadricycle from Spadina Ave. 

and King St. to P. O., $1 

Toronto Public Building ($870)— 

Engineers at $1,200 per a.: Wm. J. Smith, July-Dec, 6 m. at $100, $600; H. E. 

Hamilton, April 9-June, $270 

Trenton Public Building ($1,092.52)— 

Caretaker, D. Allan, 12 m. to .Tune 30 

Care of clock, A. E. Bywater, 1 y. to April 28, 1902 

Crowe, Chas., coal contract, 22 tons at $5 50 

Dolan & Sons, repairing cement walk at Post Office 

Gilmour & Co., blocks, 8 cords at $2.30; Sharie, Jas. : c p. lamps, 25 at 30c ; mason 

work, $4.75 

Trenton Electric and Water Co. ($375)— 

Electric light, 18 m. to July 5, 1902 

Water, 12 m. to April 30, 1902 

1 doz. brooms, $3.60; painting letter boxes, $1 ; plumbing, $6; carpenter work, $6.50; 

sundry hardwai e, $20 .17 

Walkerton Public Building ($986.11)— 

Caretaker, Thos. Gibson, 12 m. to June 30 

Tanner, Jos. L., wood, 8£ cords at $4 

Walkerton Electric Light and Power Co., lighting, 15 m. to June 30, 1902 

Walkerton town, water rates, 112 m. to March 31, 1902 . 

Vogan, S. W.: egg coal, 29"675 tons at $6.75 ; hardware, $10.55 

Woods, James W., 15 ft. Dominion flags, 2 at $16.50 each 

Taking off storm sash, &c, $3 50; removing ashes, &c, $7; repairs to ice house, $3; 

kalsomining, $1.75; plumbing, $4; toilet paper, $3.10; 1 doz. biooms, $3; hard- 
ware, $3.40 

Windsor, Public Building ($3,061.29)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Curtis, 12 in. to June 30 

Engineer, I. Bellepei che, Sept. 25 to June 30, 1902, at $50 per in 

Bartlett & Macdonald : 1 Axminster rug, $55 ; matting, 36 yds. at 80c 

Bell Ice Co., removing ashes, Nov. -May, 7 m. at $2 

Boiler Inspection Co., inspecting boiler 

Cleminson, R. J. : coal, egg, 50 tons at $5.90, 6£ tons at $6.50, nut, 5 tons at $6.40, soft 

lump, h ton at $5.50, 5 tons at $4.20 ; wood, 4 cords at $5 

Freeman, O. W. & Son, painting 11 letter boxes 

Jacques, Euclid: carpenter work done on window P. O., $37 48; putting up storm 

porch, $3 

Marentette, Ed., repairing lock-, 729 at 25c. each 

Nelson, Jas. & Bros. : 50 ft. rubber hose, $8 . 70 ; manilla, $1 . 30 ... 



$ eta. 
256,581 45 



23 25 



Carried forward , 269,358 97 



200 12 



750 00 
6 00 


47 15 


285 32 


424 20 

75 

12 73 

310 00 


180 25 


1,821 64 


10 75 


2,675 92 


474 00 
72 00 


537 38 

388 20 

24 80 



6 50 



870 00 



400 00 
50 00 

12 L 00 
78 60 


30 65 


300 00 
75 00 


37 27 


400 00 

32 50 
250 00 

31 00 
210 86 

33 00 



28 75 



400 00 

410 00 

83 80 

14 00 

10 00 


411 40 
10 00 


40 48 

182 25 

10 00 



V-174 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Windsor Public Building — Concluded. 

People's Electric Co., of Windsor, lighting, 3 m. to June 30, 1902 

Pennington & Brain : repairing roofs cornices, Gutter slating, &c, 15 dys. at $3.50; 

material used, $32.50 

Thorburn, Jno. : 1 box soap, $4 ; 1 doz. brooms, $3.50 ; sundries, $2.50 

Walker, Henry & Co., carpenter repairs on Post Office 

Wigle, David, coal oil, &c 

Windsor Gas Co., gas, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, 858,700 ft. at $1.40 

Windsor Water Works, wator rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Woods, James W., 1 15 ft. Dominion flag 

Woodstock, Ont., Public Building ($471.99)— 

Caretaker, Kobt. Kerr, Dec. 20- June 30, 1902, at $33 . 33 per m 

Mcintosh, A. J., coal, egg, 36'96 tons at $6.25, nut, 2*18 tons at $6.25 

Woodstock Gas Light Co. : gas, June, 1902, 2,400 c. ft. at $1 ; meter, 17c 

Removing ashes, 8 loads at 25c. ; 4J lbs. soda, 23c , . , 

Brandon Experimental Farm ($238.81)— 

Purdon, R. : wood, 18 cords at $3 50 ; coal, 5 tons at $7 . 75 

Winnipeg Coal Co., 14 tons, grate coal at $9.79, contract . 

Brandon Immigrant Building ($261.35)— 

Elliott, Jabez, rent of house for immigration office and storage room, June 1901, Nov. 

1901- Apr. 30, 1902, 7 m. at $12 

Purdon, R. : coal, ton Gait, $7.50, 750 lbs. Souris, $1.90, egg, 74 tons, 5 at $11.50, 5 half 

tons at $6 ; wood, 6 cords at $4 . 50, 9f cords at $4 . 25, 3 cords at $4 

Brandon Public Building ($2,650.05)— 

Caretaker, Thos. Giles, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Brandon City, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Brandon Electric Light Co., Ltd., lighting, 15 m. to June 22, 1902, at $50 ; lamps, 13-32 

c. p. at 50c, 10-16 c. p. at 25c, 28 at 40c, 8 at 60c ; repairs 70c 

Brown & Mitchell : box soap, $4.60; 3 mats, $4; 9 brooms and brushes, $5.75; glazing, 

$7; sundries, $10.55 , 

Campbell & Campbell, chairs, 1 typewriting, $9, 1 revolving, $10, 3 at $3 

Eraser & Ross, 60 sq. yds. inlaid linoleum at $1 . 25 , 

Giles, Thos. : money expended on cleaning building, $17.50 ; cartage, $1.20 

Giles, Jno., assisting caretaker with storm sashes and doors 

Johnson & Co. : ' Good Cheer ' range, $58 ; Reesor, D. A., eight day clock, $10 

Le Page Door Check Mfg. Co. : 2 ' E ' door checks and springs at $9, 4 ' C ' at $7 ; 

sundries, $6 , 

Miller, F. M. : altering coils and repairs to roof, 2 men, 68^ h. at 60c ; galv. iron, $12.90 ; 

22^ lbs. solder at 30c ; sundries, $11 .93 

Purdon, R. : wood, 16 cords at $4 ; 5 ton» Gait coal at $7 . 75 

Winnipeg Coal Co., contract, 700025 tons coal at $9.79 

Bag rack, $7.50 ; pkg. toilet paper, $8.50 ; chair, $9 ; repairs to doors, $5 

Dauphin Dominion Lands ($130) — 

Banfield, A. E., 52 yds. linoleum at $1 for 

Smith, R. W., rent of office, 3 m. to July 1, 1901 

Walker, A. S., fitting and furnishing cases, shelving for forms, &c 

Dauphin Immigration Hall ($17.75)— 

Johnstone's Dray Line, 4 cords wood and delivery 

East Selkirk Immigration Shed ($340)— 

Hicks, R. & E. P., 57 cords wood at $2.50 

Lyons, D., wood, 79 cords poplar at $2.50. 

Gimli Immigrant Building ($15)— 

Thorsteinsson, G., rent of building, 1 m. to June 15, 1902 , 

Minnedosa Dominion Lands Office ($157.25)— 

Burgess, Jos., office chair, $5.50; Menzies, Jno. E., 4 coi'ds wood, cut and split, $14.60.. 

Sparling; W. H. & Co., coal, 195'95 cwt. at 70c. . . . 

Portage la Prairie Public Building ($1,394.89)— 

Caretaker, Ephriam McNeil, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 .... 

Central Electric Co., lighting, Mar. 1, 1901-June 30, 1902, 15 m. at $21.60, 1 m. at $24 . . 
Duncan, Jno.: taking out wire and replacing with glass, $91.60 ; making 2 new wickets, 

$45.20 ; pigeon hole case, $45 ; wire netting on Avindows and pipes, $22 

Purvis, J. K. , 8 loads poles, $21 . 25 ; Windatt & Co. , contract, 40 ■ 892 tons of coal at $9 . 53. 
Cleaning chimney, $2 ; cutting 8 loads wood at 75c; ladder, $3.50 ; door spring, $4 ; 3 

signs, $4; snow shovelling, $1.80; repairs to pipes, sorting box and locks, $4.10 

sundries, $6 . 75 

Winnipeg Clerk of Works Office ($322.10)— 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 12 m. to Sept. 1, 1902 

Fevvtrell, E. L.: cleaning office, 12 m. to July 1, 1002 at $7 ; washing towels, $2.25 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Ltd.: safe with combination lock, $150 ; packing, 75c; freight 

$20.60.: 

Winnipeg post office, rent of drawer No. 1,435, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Directories, Winnipeg city, $3. 50 ; Henderson's, $3 



Carried forward 276,847 52 



$ cts. 
269,358 97 



38 03 



85 00 

10 00 

27 40 

5 10 

1,201 88 

105 45 

16 50 


222 57 

244 62 

2 57 

2 23 


101 75 
137 06 


84 00 


177 35 


600 00 
100 00 


775 70 


31 90 
28 00 
75 00 
18 70 
10 00 
68 00 


52 00 


72 68 
102 75 
685 32 

30 00 


50 00 
30 00 
50 00 


17 75 


142 50 
197 50 


15 00 


20 10 
137 15 


400 00 
348 00 


203 80 
410 94 



32 15 

50 00 
86 25 

171 35 

8 00 
6 50 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-175 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Winnipeg Customs House ($1,795.23)— 

Fireman, James Russell, Oct. 1, 1901-June 30, 1902 at §45 

Banfield, A. F. : 50 yds. inlaid linoleum at $1 .25 ; laying at 8c. a yd 

Baxter & Son : plumbing, labour, 22 hrs. at 60c.; extra time, $2.25 ; materials, $6.10 

Brydon, Win. & Son : repairing pigeon holes, f 5 ; taking off summer shutters and put- 
ting on storm sashes, 54 hrs. time at 35c. ; repairing sidewalks, doors and locks, 8 hrs. 

at 35c. ; sundries, $10 .21 

Clarke, J. P., cleaning windows, 88 at 15., 2 at 5c 

Cotter Bros.: plumbing repairs, steel dome, $16.50 ; set grate bars, $6 ; labour, 38 hrs. at 

60e., 4 hra. at 80c. ; sundries, $11 ; overpaid, 20c 

Leslie, Jno. : 4 chairs, $12 ; office chair, $9.50 ; desk, $30 

Orr, J. S., attending furnace, 57 hrs. at 25c, Sept. 15-Oct. 5, 1901 

Ross, H.: electrical repairs to bells, &c, labour, 10 hrs. at 35c; materials, $6.80 

Scott, Wm. : wood, ^ cord slabs at $4 ; 7£ cords poplar at $4 

Talbot, W. R. & Co.": glazing, 18 panes, $20; Taylor & Sons, contract, 80 tons egg and 

stove coal at $8.45 

Winnipeg City: water rates, Jan. 1-Mar. 31, 1899, $24; 11m. to June 1, 1902, 402,378 

galls, at 20c. per M , 

Winnipeg Elec. St. Ry. Co., lighting, 15 m. to June 1, 1902, 137,800 cu. ft. at $1 .85 

Shades and electrical repairs, $8.50; case toilet paper, $8; sweeping flues, $1.75; hose, 

$1 . 50 ; sundries, $3.05 • 

Winnipeg Dominion Lands Office ($619.60)— 

Baxter & Son : plumbing repairs, llf hrs. at 60c; materials, $11.75 . 

Brj'don, Wm. & Co.: Yale night latch, $2.20; labour, 4 hrs. at 35c; taking off storm 

sashes and putting on blinds, $10 ; glass, 50c 

McRobie, J. G., contract, stand pipe fire protection system with hose, &c , 

Philip, David : walnut desk, $20 ; chair, $5 ; Richardson & Bishop, 1 Shannon cabinet, 

$70 

Taylor & Sons, contract, 20 tons coal at $8.45 ; Tuck & Senez, rebuilding chimney, $43.75, 
Winnipeg City, water rates : Jan. 1-Mar. 31, 1899, $7.50 ; 12 m. to June 30, 1902, $19.49 ; 

changing service pipe into D. L. office, $30 

Winnipeg Elec. St. Ry. Co., gas, 15 m. to June 1, 1902, 13,100 cu. ft. at $1.85, 1,300 cu. 

ft. at $2 ; less short paid, $2 

Plumbing repairs, $5.10 ; cleaning windows, 45 at 15c, 8 at 5c; glazing, $6.20 ; 6 lamps 

$6 : wood, $4 ; sundries, $7 . 65, 

Winnipeg Engineer's Office ($385.75) — 

Manitoba Land Co., Ltd., rent, including heating office?; and store-rooms, 15 m. to June 

30,1902 

Winnipeg Examining Warehouse ($346.39) — 

Ashdown, J. H.: 1 Good Cheer stove complete, $16; 15 galls, eocene at 30c; pipe, $ 

sundries, $4 . 50 . , 

Bryden, Wm. & Co.: taking off storm sashes and putting on blinds, $10 ; repairing flag 

poles, $11.80 

Clarke, J. F., cleaning windows, 24 at 15c, 4 at 5c \ 

Cotter Bros., fire pot and set grate bars 

Leslie, John, desk, $35 ; chair, $7.50 ; Talbot, W. R. & Co., glazing, 34 panes, $17.80 

Taylor & Sons, 22 tons egg coal at $8 . 45, contract 

Winnipeg Elec St. Ry. Co., lighting, 15 m. to June 1, 1902, gas, 500 c ft. at $2, 10,600 

c ft. at $1 .85 

Winnipeg Immigration Hall ($2,062.55)— 

Lamontagne, M., contract, 157^ cords tamarack, cut, at $4.75 

Leslie, Jno.: typewriter desk, $33.60 ; arm-chair, $6 ; sundries, $4 

Scott, Wm., 19 cords tamarack at $5 ; Taylor and Sons, contract, 36 tons egg and stove 

coal at $8.45 , 

Strang & Co , rent and storage for exhibits, 2 m., March and April, 1901 

Winnipeg City : water rates, Jan. 1-March 31, 1899, $31.25, 10 m. to May 30, 1902, 

967, 323 galls, at 20c, 693,311 galls, at 15c; 1 m. meter out of order, water, $38.42. . 
Winnipeg Elec. St. Ry. Co., lighting, Jan. 5, 1901-April 5, 1902 : 1,186,000 watt hrs. at 

16c, 1,559,800 watt hr*. at 15c; 58 16 c p. lamps at 25c, 2 32 c p. at 35c; sockets 

and cord, $1 .25 

. Sweeping flues, $4 ; case toilet paper, $8 ; 1 cord wood, $3 . 50 

Winnipeg Inspector of Agencies Office ($57.50) — 

Banfield, A. F., 37 yds. carpet at $1 .50 ; paper, $2 

Winnipeg Post Office ($10,105.85)— 

Engineer, J. G. McDougall, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, 1 m., $70, 11 at $75 

Fireman, John Mikulesky, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Elevator man, Jos. Coutee, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Night watchman, Jos. Gagnier, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Alberta Ry. and Coal Co., contract, 25 tons coal at $7 . 50 

Anderson & Thomas: oil, 7 galls, coal at 30c, 23 galls, eocene at 30c, 20 galls. 

machine at 35c ; 16 galls, cylinder, $12.25; 30 lbs. cotton waste at 15c; brushes, 

hardware, &c, $14.80 



cts. 



276,847 52 



405 00 
66 50 
21 55 



42 91 

13 30 

59 70 
51 50 

14 25 
10 30 
32 00 

696 00 

104 49 
254 93 

22 80 

18 80 

14 10 

161 00 

95 00 
212 75 

56 99 

24 86 

36 10 



385 75 



29 00 



21 80 

3 80 

25 00 

60 30 

185 90 


20 59 


746 92 
43 60 


399 20 
50 00 



367 15 



15 50 


57 50 


895 00 


540 00 


540 00 


540 00 


187 50 



47 55 



Carried forward 284,864 59 



V-176 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings ; Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward, 



Winnipeg Post Office — Continued. 

Ashdown, J. H. : 50 ft. hose, $10.63 ; 1 BB Penberthy Injector, $10; packing, 13£ lbs. 
$1, 14 lbs. at 35c. ; 26 lbs. rope at 20c; 1 doz. broms, $5 ; sundries, $8.85 

Banfield, A. F., 33 sq. yds. inlaid linoleum at $1 . 25 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., premium on policy No 2560 

Boss, Mary, cleaning offices, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, at $5 

Brown & Rutherford, desk, $23.50 ; Clarke, J. F., cleaning 101 storm sashes, $17.90... . 

Brydon, Win. & Co. : taking off and putting on storm sashes and blinds and storing 
same, $33.50 ; repairing locks and packing flags, &c, $15. 10 

Halyburton, Wm.: repairs to roof, windows, doors, &c, 23 h. at 35c; materials, $6.05. . 

Hewitt, Henry: cleaning windows, 84 at 20c, 21 at 10c; screens, COatliic; skylight, 
20 hrs. at 30c ; overpaid, $1 

Leslie, Jno.: desk, $60 ; chairs, 1 office, $12, 4 arm at $3, 6 at $7.50 ; 12 shop stools (per- 
forated seats) at 90c 

Richardson & Bishop : 2 cases toilet paper, $14 . 50 ; 1 qt. ink, $1 

Royal Soap Co.: Royal boiler purger, 175 lbs. at 10c, 100 at 9c; soap, $1 

Schmidt & Co.: altering, cutting and putting up sorting racks, &c, time, 33 h. at 40c; 
materials, $1.80 ; repairing P.O. boxes and drawers, 54 at 50c; making keys, chang- 
ing locks, &c, $16.25 

Scott, Wm., slabs, 62£ cords at $4 ; Talbot, W. R. & Co., glazing 10 panes, $10.20 

Vulcan Iron Works : perforated plates, 164 lbs. at 4^c ; sundries, $4.75 

Wallace, Jno., plumbing repairs, time, $15.80 ; material, $6.70. . . 

Western Coal Co., Ltd. : contract coal, 270 '2175 tons at $7 ; £ cord pine, $2.50. . 

Winnipeg City : water rates, Jan. 1-March 31, 1899, $137.50, 11 m. to Mav 30, 1902, 684,- 
687 galls, at 20c, 2,965,929 galls at 15c 

Winnipeg Elec St. Ry. Co.: lighting, June 1, 1901-June 1, 1902, 208,200 watts at ll|c, 
224,400 at 11 Jc., 1,360,000 at 10c; gas, 15 m. to June 1, 1902, 1,975,900 cu. ft. at $1.85 

Cleaning flues and boiler, $7 ; repairs to bell, clock, &c, $12; brushes, $6.75; towels, 

$3.30 ; tallow, $6.65 ; glazing, $2.06 ; sundries, $7 . 55 

Winnipeg Savings Bank : Thompson, J. H., contract, painting floor, $20 ; glazing, $4.50 

Manitoba and N. W. T. Generally ($623.50)- 

Conklin, E. G.: salary, Jan. 26-April 20, 1901 at $125 per m., $350 ; travel and outlay, 
$129.30, less advance, $150, (see p. V. 129, 1901-1902) 

Cyr, J. Ernest, travel re plumbing and heating in Manitnba and N.W.T., Dec. 13, 1901- 
June 3, 1902 

Gouin, W. F., travelling expenses, March 9- June 12, 1901 

Alameda Dominion Lands Office ($225) — 

Buchanan, Mrs., rent of office, 1 m., Jan., 1901, $15, 14 m. to July 1, 1902, at $15, 

Alameda Immigration Hall : McNeill, J. W., rent of building, 6 m. to Oct. 1, 1901 

Calgary Court House ($1,165.96) - 

Caretaker, E. N. Brown, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Alberta Transfer Co., Gait coal, 5-003 tons at $6.50 

Calgary Water Works, water rates, 9 m. to April 1, 1902 

Calgary Water Power Co.: lighting, 13 m. to March 31, 1902, 461 M. watts at 15c; rent 
of meter, $3.25 

Hull, W. R. : lump coal, 889 tons at $7.65 

Maclean, W.: disinfectants and fly paper, $3 ; soap, $5 ; toilet paper, $3 ; sundries, $3.50. 

lv.tcBride, A., & Co.: 25,0 ft. hose at 13c; brl, cement, $6 ; lawn mower and grass catcher, 
$12 ; paint, $4 ; 4 w. p. baskets at $1.59 ; brooms and brushes, $(5.50 ; 8 rakes, shovels 
and handles, $8.60 ; sundry hardware, $18.08 

Neilson Furniture Co. : desk, $67.50 ; bookcase, $18.75 ; chair, $10.50 

Cord wood, $6 ; scavenging, $5 ; 1 portable, $5.50 ; 6 window shades at $1.10. . . 

Calgary Immigration Hall j$183.14)— 

Alberta Transfer Co., Gait coal, 12' 115 tons at $6.50 

Hull, W. R., stove coah 1208 tons at $7.65 

Van Wart & Co., 2 cords wood at $6 

Calgary Land Titles Office ($484.25)— 

Alberta Transfer Co., 243 tons coal at $6.50 

Calgary Furniture Store : 7 yds. leatherette at 60c; tacks, 50c 

McBride, A., & Co., coal oil, &c, $6.75 ; Van Wart & Co., 2 cords wood at $6 

McNeil], J. C., contract for improvements and alterations 

Calgary Post Office ($1,977.12)— 

Caretaker, G. L. Eraser, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Alberta Transfer Co., Gait coal, 4'1 tons at $6.50 , 

Calvary Hardware Co. : 2 cases oil, $12.50; 11 brooms and brushes, $6.90; sundries, 
^$18.40 

Calgary Water Works, water rates, 9 m. to April 1, 1902 

Calgary Water Power Co.: electric light, 13 m. to Mar. 31, 1902 ; 3,370 M. watt hrs. at 
15c; rent of meter, $3.25 ; 8 lamps, $5 

Doll, L. H., clock, $12 ; Head, W., contract, alterations to heating apparatus 

Hull, W. R., lump coal, 20 94 tons at $7. 65 

Linton Bros., 1 case toilet paper, $10.50 ; Maclean, W., soap, &c, $10 



Carried forward 296,577 56 



$ cts. 
284,864 59 



57 83 
41 25 
20 00 
60 00 
41 40 

48 60 
15 85 

34 90 

139 80 
15 50 

27 50 



58 25 

260 20 

12 13 

22 50 

1,894 03 

719 37 

3,841 38 

45 31 

24 50 



329 30 

162 25 
131 95 

225 00 
18 00 

540 00 

32 53 

225 00 

72 40 
63 00 
14 50 



93 68 
96 75 
23 10 

78 75 
92 39 
12 00 

15 80 

4 70 

18 75 

445 00 

480 00 
26 65 

37 80 
255 00 

513 75 
123 35 
160 17 

20 50 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-177 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward, 



Calgary Post Office— Concluded. 

MeBride, A., & Co.: 25 lead stair plates at $2 ; 100 ft. wire bound hose at I74C.; contract, 
materials and work on ventilators, $66.75 ; sundry hardware, $9. GO 

McNeill, J. C, contracts: making counters, moving partitions, &o., $28.50 ; moving cast 
of drawers from Land Office and remaking it, $28 ; repairs to windows and doors and 
alterations to heating apparatus, $85 ; sundries, $11.20 

Neilson Furniture Co., table, $15 ; 2 chairs, 1 at $10.50, 1 at $7.35 ; 3 stools at $2.25. . 

Van Wart & Co., 4 cords wood at $6 

Calgary Registrar Office ($41.88)— 

A Iberta Transfer Co. , Gait coal, 2 ■ 52 tons at $6 . 50 

Chapman, W. D., stove, $13.50 ; Van Wart & Co., 2 cords wood, $12 

Calgary Resident Engineer's Office ($80) — 

Mitchell, J. W. & Co., rent of office, heated and lighted, 4 m. to May 15, 1902 

Edmonton Immigration Hall ($1,020.50)— 

Baldwin, W. J., 46 tons coal at $2.50 ; Grierson, E., 7 loads wood, $16.50 

Gouin, G. A., rent of building, Jan. 22, 1901 to June 22, 1902, 17 m. at $50, (Feb. 22 to 
Mar. 22, 1901, paid twice) 

Mel ntosh & Campbell, roll-top desk 

Edmonton Land and Registry Office ($1,028.12) — 

( 'ar, taker, K. Wylie, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Blowey, J. T.: oak table, $25 ; 2 chairs at $5 

Edmonton District Telephone Co., rent of telephone, April 1, 1901 to July 1, 1902, at $3. 

Edmonton Electric Light and Power Co.: lighting, Jan. 1, 1901 to July 1, 1902, 23 lights 
at $14.40 per m.; lamps, &c, $4.30 

Kroner, F., scavenger work, $22 ; West, W. R., repairs to windows and furnace, $20. . . 

Milner, John & Son, GO tons coal at $2.50 

Ross Bros.: repairs to roof, pipes, &c, 24§ hrs. labour, $21.35; 70 lbs pipe, $7; furnace 
grate, $7.50; sundries, $15.20 

Stovel & Strang : repairing roof and eavestrough, $16.02 ; sundries, $4.90 

Glazing, $2.15 ; 6 wire screens at $1.25 ; repairs, &c, $11 , 

Indian Head Experimental Farm ($270)— 

Thompson, Geo.: coal, Gait, 10 tons at $7 ; lump, 20 tons at $10 , 

Lacombe Immigration Hall ($245.40) — 

Burdick, I. N.: 13 loads wood at $2 ; coal oil, repairs, &c, $5.90 

1 )aykin, Calvert T., rent of premises, April 1 to Nov. 1, 1901 at $25 

Inskip, A. T., rent for March, 1901, $12.50 ; Maxfield, H., 3 loads wood at $2 

Vanalstein, J. C, rent for March, 1902 . 

Leduc immigration Hall ($44)— 

She;. paid, Jas. E. : rent of shed, 7 m. to Oct. 31, 1901, at $6 ; wood, $2 

Lethbridge Immigration Hall ($19.50)— 

Lethbridge Cartage Co., 6 tons coal at $3.25 

Lethbridge Public Building ($937.29)— 

Caretaker, E. J. Hodder, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Bell Telephone Co., telephone service, 12 m. to Sept. 1, 1902 

Brodie, John, 30 tens coal at $3.25 

Brodie & Stafford ; 6 chairs at $2 ; 5 hair brushes, $6.10 ; 2 door mats, $3.25; sundries, 
$12.95 ... 

Hyssop, Chas., water supply, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Lethbridge Waterworks & Electric Light Co.: lighting, Jan. 1, 1901 to June 30, 1902, 
904,700 watt hrs at 15c; rent of meter, $15 ; 15 lamps, $6.55; 3 sockets, $2.35; 
50c. overpaid 

Macdonald, A.: soap, $11 JO; w. soda and pearline, $11.05 ; 36 yds. cotton, $4.50; 20 
yds. wool cloth, $5.20 ; sundries, $9.80 

Oliver, Wm. : case, $32 ; desk, $25 

Withers, Harry : 3 loads wood at $3 ; scavenger work, $8 ; 2 d. labour at $3 

Repairing pump, $1 . 75 ; 2 loads wood at $3 



$ cts. 
296,577 56 



143 60 



July 



Macleod Court House ($553)— 

Can itaker, John Ryan, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 , 

Grady, A. F. : 8 tons soft coal at $5 . 50 ; sundries, $1 

-Macleod Improvement Co., rent of court house, April 1, 1901 to Sept. 30, Jan. 1 to 

1, 1902, at $25 

McFarquhar, JB.: 8 chairs at $2; repairs, $1 

Rubenstein, Bros., 2 brass engraved plates at $8. 

Macleod Custom House ($684. C0)- 

Grady, A. F., coal, hard, 5 tons at $10.50, soft, 10 at $5.50 

Scott & Grey : building and painting 852 ft. picket fence, $495.90 ; repairs to verandah, 
woodwork, Sec, $57 . 50 . . . . . 

Sidebottom & Dixon, 6 loads kindling wood at $4 

Maelead Immigrant Hall ($61.40)— 

Baker & Skelding, 4 28 tons coal at $5 : Skelding, Geo., 2 tons Gait coal at $5 

Smith, John B., rent of hall, Oct. 1-Dec. 31, 1901, at $10 



Carriedforward 



152 70 
39 GO 
24 00 


16 38 

25 50 


80 00 


131 50 


850 00 
45 00 


400 00 
35 00 
45 00 


263 50 

42 00 

150 00 


51 05 
20 92 
20 65 


270 00 


31 90 

175 00 

18 50 

20 00 



44 00 

19 50 

420 00 
36 00 
97 50 

34 30 
60 00 



160 09 



1— 12v 



41 65 

57 00 

23 00 

7 75 


175 00 
45 00 


300 00 
17 00 

IG 00 


107 50 


553 40 
24 00 


31 40 
30 00 


301,929 45 



V-178 



AUDITOR GENERAL 1 8 REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VI!., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Medicine Hat Court House, ($608)— 

Caretaker, J. H. G. Bray, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Cooper, H. C, 1 cord wood, .§3.50 ; Crockford Bros., 16 '293 tons coal at $3.50 

Medicine Hat town, water rates, 6 m. to June 30, 1902 

Moosomin Court House ^ $1,039. 33)— 

Caretaker, J. C. Jopp, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Bristow, T. H., coal, Gait, 9 '47 tons at $7.50, hard, 25*125 tons at $12.50 

Sims, Geo. : pumping water out of basement, 83 h. at 20c. ; sundry, $1 

Smith, A. S. : 1 brl. eocene oil, $12.30; repairing eavestrough, $5.50; sundries, $1.30.. 

Cutting and piling 2 cords wood at $1 ; 4 galls, oil at 35c; 2 cords wood at $4 ; repairs 

$1 ; sundries, $5.15 

Moosejaw Court House ($531.75) — 

Caretaker, Richard Smale, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 , 

Beard, R., 10 tons stove coal at $11 

Paper file, $3.90 ; 2 blinds at 80c. ; step ladder, $3.25 ; 10 galls, oil at 40c. ; 2 double 

loads cut wood at $3.75 ; sundries, $1.50 , 

Prince Albert Court House ($30.50)— 

Bell Telephone Co. : rent of telephones, 6 m. to Dec. 1, 1902 ; judge's residence, $12.50 ; 

Court House, $18 , . 

Prince Albert Immigrant Hall ($11.25)— 

Gilliland, T. F., wood, $7.50 ; Plaston, Amos, \\ cords at $2.40 ; cutting, 75c. 

Prince Albert Land and Registry Office ($882.56)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Cassie, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Gerrond, Jas., wood, dry, 15 cords at $3, green, 65 cords at $2.50 

Kernaghan, J. B. : 30 galls, coal oil at 30c; 100 bars soap at 5c; 4 cl. repairing roof, $14 ; 
materials used, $5 . 10 ; sundries, $6 . 80 

Knox, Win.: taking down partition, moving counters, repairs, &c 

McGregor, D. A. : typewriter, desk, $13; 1 chair and stool, $6; Wair, Jno., 50 cords 
wood at $3 

Ward, Henry, scavenger work, $3 ; Woodman, A. H., 1 cord wood, $4.50 

Qn'Appelle Court Ho^se, TyfTe, J., caretaker, Jan. 1, 1893-Dec 31, 1901, at $5 per annum. . . 
Red Deer Dominion Land Office, Wright, C. K., rent of building, 12 m. to April 1, 1902, 



at $8. 



Red Deer Immigration Hall ($150)— 

Morrison, Jno., rent of building, March 14- June 14, 1902. at $30 

Nash. A. B., rent of building, March 24-Sept. 24, 1901, at $10 

Regina Clerk of Works ($110)— 

Morrison, Jno., services as clerk of works, 1 m. to Nov. 30, 19C4 

Regina Post Office, rent of box 474, 2 y. to July 1, 1902 

Regina Court House ($2,352.93)— 

Caretaker, P. McAra, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Fireman, J as. McLachlan, 12 m. to June 30, 1902.. ; 

England, T. E.: lepairs to clock, $1 ; Mayers, M., scavenger work to May 1, 1902, $95. . 

Little, T. J.: taking off and putting on storm sashes and blinds and repairs to building, 
101 h. at 30c, 44 h. at 25c; materials, $17.24 

McDougall, D. C, account detailed with Regina C. H. and L. O., see page V — 113 

Paul, R., coal, 5 tons at $7.25, 45 tons at $10.75 

Regina Elec. Lt. and Posver Co.: lighting, Jan. 1, 1901- April 1, 1902, $206.46 ; repairs, 
$2.40 

Smith & Ferguson Co.: 2 doz. electric lamps at $6 ; case toilet paper, $7.50 ; sundry, $7.45 

Williams, R. H., 5 cords wood at $6.50 ; towels, soap, &c, $3.28 



$ cts. 
301,929 45 



Retina Dominion Lands Office ($1,141 56) — 

'Caretaker, W. J. Gore, 12 m. to June 30, 1902, 6 m. at $400, 6 at $540 , 

Canadian Drug & Book Co., Dominion ensign 

Crapper Bros. , lettering and japanning signs, $2.50; Williams, R. H. & Son, 3 cordi 

woodat$6.50 

Maver, Jacob, scavenger work, Dec. 4, 1901-May 17, 1902 

Mollard, W. T.: shelving, 300 ft. lumber at $25; 80 h, at 30c; oil and varnish, $1.50... , 

Paul, Rembler, 45 tons stove coal at $10 .75 

Regina Llec Lt. & Power Co.: lighting, Feb. 1-June 30, 1902, $71.36 ; sundry, $3 , 

Smith & Ferguson Co.: 4 brooms, $3.25 ; 35 galls, eocene oil at 40c ; hardware, labour 

&c, $9.72 , 



Regina Government House ($932.79)— 

Cotter Bros.: iron pipe, 1,047^ ft. at 63c; gate valves, 2 at $10, 2 at $3.25 ; 8 4 in. cast 
return bends (special) at $3.90 ; 19 flange unions at $1.20; 1 expansion tank (galv. 
iron) $9.75 ; 20 lbs. sheet rubber packing at 40c; 232 ft. asbestos covering, $40.74; 
pipe, elbows and nipples, $91. OS; freight, $81.46; fares for 2 men to and from 
Regina, $46.20 ; sundries, $1S.42 ; less $140 charged to Regina Governor's Residence, 
see page V . . 

Crapper Bros.: glazing, 3 light glass at 70c; time, 5 h. at 30c; putty, 12c 

Carried forward 



540 00 

60 50 

7 50 


600 00 

385 08 

17 60 

19 10 


17 55 


400 00 
110 00 



21 75 



30 50 


11 25 


400 00 

207 50 


39 90 
58 66 


169 00 

7 50 

45 00 


96 00 


90 00 
60 00 


100 00 
10 00 


540 00 

480 00 

96 00 


58 54 
386 80 
520 00 


208 86 
26 95 
35 78 


469 98 
15 00 


22 00 
16 50 
33 00 
483 75 
74 36 



26 97 



929 07 

3 72 



309,861 12 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-179 



Dominion Buildings ! maintenance — Continued. 

Brought forward ...... 



Regina Immigration Office (§171 .85) — ■ 

WEssqua, 2 loads wood at $3. 75 

Smith & Ferguson Co.: Gait coal, 13 tons at $6.75 ; eoceno oil, 4 galls, at 40c 

Williams, \l. 11. <fc Son., 15 loads wood at $5 

Regina Laud Titles and Registry Office ($59)— 

Covington, E. J., 1 set catches for doors, $2; Crapper Bros., lettering and japanning 

signs, 12.50 , 

Little, J. T., taking off and putting on winter sashes 

Mollard, H. T.: fitting in vault 300 ft. lumber at $25, 50 h. at 30c; altering counter, 4C 

h. at 30c 

Regina Post Office ($418.17)— 

England, T. A.: 1 8 d. clock, $15 ; Evoy, Geo., repairs, 20 h. at 30c, materials, $4.58. 
Little, T. J.: taking off, storing winter sashes and sundry repairs, labour, 39 h. at 30c, 27 

h. at 25c, 7 h. at 45c, 5 h. at 15c ; materials, $7 .02 . . 

McCausland, W., cleaning pipes and putting up ttove, $6.12; Spence, T., repairs to 

pump, &c, $20 . . 

Paul, Rembler : coal, 20 tons anthracite at $10.75 ; 5 tons bituminous at $7.25 

Regina Elec. Lt. and Power Co., 12 8 c p. lamps at 50c; Williams, R. H. & Son, 4 cords 

wood at $6.50 

Smith & Ferguson Co.: repairs to pump, &c, pump, $15; pipe, 43 ft., $14.20, 7| ft. at 

20c; labour, 18} h. at 65c, 2 h. at 40c; lamps, &c, $3.60; hardware, $2.35; 

sundries, $7.60 

Saskatoon Immigration Building ($40.50)— 

Lovell, Win., 9 cords tamarac at $4 . 50 , 

Strathcona Immigration Hall ($388.10)— 

Myler, Thos., 27 035 tons coal at $3 

McLean & Co.: stoves, 1 at $16 ; steel range (Empire) $65; 1 box stove, k $26 ; pipes, 

basins, &c, $14 

Osier, Hammond & Nanton, rent of office, 3 m. to June 30, 1901 

Purvis, Robt. T., 60 cords wood at $2.50 

Wolseley Court House and Land Office ($857.60)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Hare, 12 m. to June 30, 1902 

Magee & Thompson : coal, anthracite, 25 tons at $10.25 ; Gait, 3 '335 tons at $8.05 ; 1 cord 

wood, $6 

Thompson, A. G.: coal oil, 50 galls, at 35c; 6 brooms, $2.35 ; sundries, $2.25 

Removing ashes, 90c; repairing pump, $1.50 ; cleaning yard, &c, $4 

Yorkton Dominion Lands Office ($578.65)— 

Betts, Geo., 10 cords wood at $3.25 

Bull & Dunlop . writing desk, $17.50 ; 2 office tables, $15.50 ; sundries, $3.15 

Langstaff, H. J., rent of office, Jan. l-19Jl-May 30, 1902 at $30 



$ cts. 


309,861 12 


7 50 
89 35 
75 00 


4 50 
20 00 


34 50 


25 58 


29 37 


26 12 
251 25 



Agassiz Experimental Farm ($60.48)— 

Can. Pao. Ry. Co., freight on coal, 8,000 lbs. at 22c per 100 lbs , . . . 

Gilley Bros. : nut coal, 4 tons at $7, 40 sacks, $4 

Inkman, C., coal, 1^ tons at $7.25 

Atlin Post Office ($637.05)— 

Caretaker, J. A. Fraser, June 25, 1901, to June 30, 1902, at $12.50 per m 

Fraser, J. A. & Co.: coal oil, 4 c s. (8 galls, each) at $8.50, 1 at $10 ; cotton, 263 yds. at 
7c; wall paper, 48 rolls at 60c; brooms, $3; tacks, $2.75; lamp glasses and* wicks. 



$2.50. 



Gordon, Nelson, wood cut in stove lengths, 20 cords, contract 

Harmon, A. L. : wood, 8 cords at $2.50 ; paperhanging, &c, $14 .65 

Kershaw, J. B., putting up stoves, repairing chimneys, &c 

Nichol & McLeod : 3 storm sashes, $15 ; 1 bulletin board, 75c 

Olive, W. H. T., sundry carpenter repairs ..... 

Parker, A. L.: tacking cotton and paper hanging in P. O., 29 "4 h. at 50c 

Legal services, F. W. Howay 

1 box keys, $6.75 ; paperhanging, $5 ; repairing kitchen roof, $5 ; hardware, $4.75 

Esquimalt Customs Office ($12.95)— 

Kingham & Co., coal, 2"025 tons at $6.40 

Fernie Inland Revenue ($25)— 

London & Liverpool Co.: 1 desk, $18 ; 1 chair, $7 

Kamloops Dominion Lands Office ($142.50)— 

Wood, E. S., rent of office, 9£ m. to Nov. 15, 1801, at $15 per m 

Kamloops Public Building (SG7'.r.05) — 

Caretaker, Wm. Saul, 3 m. to June 30, 1902 

Gordon, M. P.: linoleum, 25 yds. at $1.80; Brussels squares, $22; 1 tilting o.Tce chair, 

$10 ; chairs, 5 at $7.50 ; window shades, &c, $5.90 

Milton, J.: anth. furnace coal, 22 557 tons at $11.75 : soft coal, 957 tons at $10.50 

Mackay, Robt.: 1 table for C. H., $16; desks and alterations, $18; sundry repairs to office 

furniture, $95.75 



1— 12Jv 



Carried foiward. 



32 00 



53 85 


40 50 


81 10 


121 00 

36 00 

150 00 


510 00 


289 10 

22 10 

6 40 


32 50 

36 15 

510 00 


17 60 
32 00 

10 88 



152 50 



99 46 


154 00 


34 65 


25.05 


15 75 


68 66 


14 70 


50 78 


21 50 


12 95 


25 00 


142 50 


150 00 


122 20 


275 10 



129 7, 
313,930 



V-180 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward, 



Nanaimo Public Building ($1,276.43)— 

Caretaker, John Thompson, 12 m. to June 30 

Bailey, J. H., detailed with Nanaimo Public Building (See page V — ) 

Dawson, H., removing ashes, 12 m. to Oct. 5, 1901, 24 loads at 75c 

Nanaimo City Waterworks, water rates, 9 m. to March 3L, 1902 . 

Nanaimo Elec. Lt. Power & Heating Co.: lighting, 15 m. to May 31, 1902, $270; 16 

lamps, $6.50; 1 outside bracket, $6 

Nanaimo Gas Co.: gas, 12 m. to Dec. 30, 1901, 6,300 ft. at $2.50 ; meter, $3 , 

Nash. Alfred, painting and varnishing letter boxes, 13 at $2 

New Vancouver Coal Mining Co., Nanaimo lump coal, 18 tons at $5 

Young, James : 8 brooms, $5 . 50 ; sundries, $9 . 10 

Numbering glass for letter boxes, $2.50; placing in position and varnishing desk for post 

office, $8.50 

New Westminster Drill Hail ($193.11)— 

Gilley Bros.: furnace coal, 20 '597 tons at $9 ; 1 cord wood, $3.75 ; delivering, &c, $4. . . 
New Westminster Engineer's Office ($987.42)— 

Dupont, Margaret J., rent of office, 15 m. to June 30, 1902 , 

Gilley Bros. : wood, 4 cords at $3 . 75 ; cutting same, 4 cords at $1 . 75 

Kirk, H. T.: 1 air tight heater, $9.50 ; taking down and cleaning stovepipes, &c, $6.10 
New Westminster City : electric light, 124833 watt h. at 12c, 44500 at ll|c; meter rent, 

$3.75 

Wintemute Furniture Co. : 1 table, $18.50 ; 1 lounge, $16 ; sundry furnishing and repairs, 

$21.60 , 

New Westminster Public Building ($1,084.51)— 

Caretaker, Geo. D. McMurphy, 12 m. to June 30 

Booth, Frank, scavenger work, Jan. and Feb., 1901, 9 m. to April 1,1902, 11 m. at $2. . . 

Bourque & Desriviers, opening 2 skylights in P. O., 39 ft. at 75c 

Gillie Bros.: furnace coal, 10 14 tons at $9; wood, ^ cord, $2, 2 cords, at $3.75; cutting 

wood, $4.35 , 

Kirk, H. T.: hose with clamp and coupling, 150 ft. at 16c; sundry hardware, $20.85. . . . 

Mann & Smith, removing ashes, 11 m. to March 31, 1902, at $2 per rn 

New Westminster City, ($1 25 . 45)— 

Connecting up and burning of electric light in new post office from Oct. 1 to 6, $15 ; 
lamps, 3 at 35c , . . . 

Lighting : 9 m. to Nov. 30, 1901, 375,400 watt h., $40.14 ; meter, $2.25 ; Jan. lto31, 
1902, 111,000 watt h., $9.77; meter, 50c; April 1 to 30, 1902, 27,000 watt h., 
$3.24 ; meter, 50c; March, April and May, 1902, $33 

Water rates, 10 m. to April 1, 1902, at $2 per m 

Royal City Transfer Co. : coal, 5 tons at $7 ; wood, 21 cords at $4 

1-10£ ft. Dominion ensign, $8.25 ; repairing locks and boxes, $2.25; sundry plumbing, 

$6 35 
Rossland Public Building '($15. 30)— " 

Mackenzie, A. B. & Co., coal, 2 tons at $7 .65 , 

Vancouver Drill Hall ($404)— 

Blayney, A., lump coal, 43 tons at $8 . 50 , 

Macdonald, Marpole & Co., coal, 5 tons at $6.30 

Urquhart, H. A. : snow shovels, 4 at $1 . 50 ; 1 sand hoe, $1 

Vancouver Examining Warehouse ($1,338.51)— 

B.C. Elec Ry. Co.: lighting, 15 in. to June 3, 1902, $13.91 ; meter rent, $3 

Robertson Bros., rent of warehouse. 12 m. to June 30, at $110 per m 

Vancouver Gas Co., gas, July and Sept., 1901, 800 cub. ft., at $1.50 per M., meter rent, 

40c 

Vancouver Public Building ($6,151.38)— 

Caretaker, A twell King^ 12 m. to June 30 

Watchman, P. Powers, 12 m. to June 30 

Bailey Bros. Co., toilet paper, 9 doz. at $1 .50 ; holder, 25c 

B.C. Elec. Ry. Co.: lighting, 15 m. to May 29, 1902, 12,380 amp. hrs. at fa; meter, 

50c; 8,450 K. W. hrs. at 9|c, 900 K. W. hrs. at life, 600 at 16^c; meter r c nt, 

$5.60 ; lamps, &c, $3.55 ; less, overpaid in April, 10c 

Bruce, Alex.: making one covered table and case of pigeon holes for custom house, 

$24.37 ; making and fitting 17 wire screen frames to cellar windows in P.O., $30.05 ; 

sundry carpenter work, 11^ d. at $3.50 : material, $20. 10 

Champion & White : removing ashes, &c, March, May, Nov. -May, 1902, 10 m. at $7, 4 

m. to Sept. 30, 1901, at $3 ; extra, 1 load in Jany., $1 

Clarkson & Mayne : sizing and kalsomining all ceilings and walls (except basement) in 

P.O., contract, $300; varnishing woodwork on 2 flats and staircase, painting lower 

flat and graining front doors, $248 ; cleaning off and bronzing with siiperior aluminum 

27 sets of coils and supply pipes, $135 ; burning off and painting 14 letter boxes, $28 ; 

varnishing desks, &c, in Inland Revenue, $16.50; sundry lettering, varnishing, &c, 

$41.75 , 

Currell, J. W.: repairing P.O. boxes and drawers, supplying keys, &c 

Dairon, David A., repairing pavement in front of P.O., contract 



Carried forward 322,585 01 



cts. 



313,930 02 



600 00 

188 58 
18 00 
27 00 


282 50 
18 75 
26 00 
90 00 
14 60 


11 00 


193 11 


870 00 
22 00 
15 60 


23 72 


56 10 


600 00 
22 00 
29 25 


105 11 
44 85 
22 00 



16 05 



89 40 

20 00 

119 00 

16 85 

15 30 

365 50 
31 50 

7 00 

16 91 
1,320 00 

1 00 

600 00 

600 00 

13 75 



1,086 02 

115 64 
83 00 



769 25 
63 05 
25 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-181 



Dominion itu i id iiiir* : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward, 



Vancouver Public Building — Concluded. 

I hivison Bros. : clocks, 1, $13 . 50, 1, $8 ; repairing clock, $1 . 50 

Dunn, Thos., & Co.: gin, water hose, 150 ft. at 12^c; sundry hardware, $20.81 

Hash, Chas.: Brussels carpet, 18^ yds. at $1.50, 60 yds. at $1.35; border, 18 yds. at 75c; 
cork carpet, 22£ yds. at $1.35, 39^ yds. at $1.25; 20 yds. axminster carpet, sewed 
and laid, $30; fitting and laying carpet, $5.50; 4 cocoa mats, $9.50; tap curtains, 
$5 ; I roll top desk, $50 ; 1 couch, $17 ; tilting office chairs, 1, $8, 1, $7.50 ; 3 chairs, 
$7; leather cushions, 8 at $2 ; 1 screen, $7; sundry furnishings, &c, $22.80; repairs 
to furniture, $10 .50 . . 

Hatch, Jas. H.: repairs on main roof of P.O., replacing lead capping on ridges and hips, 
putting on 2 new pieces of capping and soldering eave-trough, time 8£ d. at $4.50 ; 
material, 30.87. . 

Hinton Flee Co.: wiring and installing lights in customs collectors and surveyor's rooms, 
$28 ; postal packing office, $25 ; dead letter office, $10 ; extra in post office building, 
$9; installing elec. call bells, &c, $14 ; repairs, &c, $33.85 ; sundry, $10 

Hudson's Bay Co.: brooms, 3 doz. at $4.75 ; soap, 3 boxes at $2.25; sundries, $17.40 

Leckie, J. : 1-21 ft. Dominion ensign — 

Leek & Co.: changes to coils in P. O. contract, $45 ; grates, 2 complete at $28.50 each ; 
1 radiator, 52 ft. at 38ic. ; straightway valves, 2 at $6.05 ; 2 in. pipe, 90 ft. at 20c; 
sundry furnace fittings, &c ; $98.27 ; freight on grates, $11.68 

Martin & Brook: repairing and patching plaster work, 140 hrs. at 50c; mortar putty, 
&c,$8 

Mortimer, J. G., plumbing, $22.70; Macdonald, Marpole&Co., coal, 46 03 tons at $6.50. 

McDonald, A., painting flag pole 

Peach & Chester : 5 oak, copper lined, tanks, $32.50 ; 2 marble top basins, $40 ; sundry 
plumbing material, $86. 75 , 

Thompson, W. E., rent of office for post parcels office, 4 m. to July 1, 1902 at $25 per M, 

Vancouver City : water rates, 11 m. to May 29 1902, 30,094 c ft.' at 19*c, 5,575 c ft. at 
ISc; meter rent, $6.30 

Vancouver Gas Co.: lighting, 14 m. to May 27, 1902, 130,000 c ft. at $2, 42,200 ft. at 
$1.75 ; meter i-ent $4.25 ; fuel, season 1901-2, 4,100 c ft. $5.52 ; meter, $3 ; 97 mantles, 
$29 ; lamps, &c, $5.86 

Vancouver Sash and Door Co.: work in money order office, contract, $127.10; repairing 
doors, &c, $55 ; 1 case, 9 ft. by 8 ft. by 3 ft., for postal package office, $75 ; putting 
up partition, hanging doors, &c, 130 h. at 42^c; moving safe, $15.75 ; painting and 
frosting windows, $30 ; 1 new box and repairing, and shelving in vault and money 



window gratings, 209 lbs. at 12c. 
repairing doors of cases, $10.20 ; sun 



order office, $16; gold lettering on glass and wood, $36; plumbing, $21.03; 1 
stove, $17.15 ; 1 counter, 16 ft. at $3.25 ; 
doors, 3 at $4.50 ; cupboard turns, 20 at 55c 

dry repairs and material, $74.12 . . 

Wood, 3 cords at $2.75 ; postage stamps, $5; disinfectant, $4.55; cleaning and laying 

carpet, $2 ; cleaning clock, $1 ; hardware, $4.25 

Victoria Appraiser's Office (20.44) — 

Jardine, John, case for appraiser's office, time and material 

Victoria Gas Co.: gas 15 m. to March 30, 1902, 1,600 c ft. at $2 ; meter rent, $3.75 

Victoria Chinese Commission ($25.39) — 

B. C. Furniture Co.; hire of chairs, $3; green felt, 5| yds, at $1; blinds, 4 at $1.25; 

sundry, $3.80 

Jardine, John, painting, graining and varnishing 1 table and case 

Victoria Clerk of Works' Office ($225.95)— 

Kingham & Co., coal, 12 1 tons at $6.40 

VVylde, M. A. : The ' Daily Mines,' % yrs. to June 30, 1901, at $9 per ann 

Victoria & Fsquimalt Telephone Co.: rent of telephones, 18 m. to June 30, 1902, at $7 
per m 
Victoria District Officer Commanding ($12.43) 

Kingham & Co., coal, 2 09 tons at $5.95 
Victoria Drill Hall ($122.15) 

Burt Bros., 1 cord wood, $4.75; Kingham & Co., coal, 3 '005 tons at $6.40, 11 117 at 
^5 '95 

Victoria City, sewer rental, 2 yrs. to May 31, 1902, at $16 per yr 

Victoria Indian Office ($22)- 

Robertson, A. S.: fitting and weather stripping 10 windows in Indian Office, $8, 1 door, 

$1.25, 13 sash cords, $1.30 

Wilson A. & W., supplying stove pipe, &c, and fitting to stove in Indian Department 

Offices 

Victoria Marine Hospital ($148.80)— 

B. C. Furniture Co., linoleum, 11 H yds. at $1.20 

Neal, Win. , cleaning 11 chimneys 

Taylor Mill Co,, 1 days carpenter work 

Victoria Militar> Stores ($123.47) — 

Burt Bros., wood 8 cords, at $4.75, 3 cords at $5.25 

Kingham & Co., coal, 709 tons at $6.40, 4077 tons at $5.95 



Carried forward 320,081 31 



$ cts. 
322,585 01 



23 00 
48 56 



405 65 



68 87 



135 85 
38 40 
22 50 



262 07 

78 00 

321 87 

15 00 

159 25 
100 00 

75 91 

381 51 



634 18 

25 05 

13 49 
6 95 

17 30 

8 09 

77 45 

22 50 

126 00 
12 43 



90 15 

32 00 



10 55 

11 45 

133 80 

11 00 

4 00 

53 75 

09 72 



V-182 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII.. A. 1C03 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Victoria Old Custom House ($988.33)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Lyail, 12 m . to June 30 

B.C. Furniture Co . , repairs to office furniture 

B. C. Elec. Ry. Co.: lighting, 15 m. to June 3, 1902, 10,000 watt h. at 12c. per M.: 
meter, 25c; 230"5 K. W. h. at 16&c; meter, $2.80 .' 

Colbert, Jno . , sundry plumbing 

Hanson, Peter, scavenger work, 18 m . to Dec. 31, 1901, at $2 per m 

Kingham & Co . : coal, 10 ' 05 tons at $6 . 40, 10 ' 127 tons at $5 . 95 

Neal, Wm., cleaning chimneys, 12 at $1 ... , .* 

Nicholles & Renouf : 100 ft. hose and nozzle, $10.75 ; sundry hardware, $13.34 

Victoria Gas Co.: gas, 15 m. to March 30, 1902, 20,500 c. ft. at $2 ; meter rent, $3.75 ; 1 
lamp, 15c 

Victoria Water Works : water supply, 11 m. to May 1, 1902, $11.50 ; meter rent, $3.25. 

Wdson, A. W.: coal scuttles, 5 at $1.25 ; supplying and fitting incandescent gas lights, 
repairing burners, &c, $16.05 ; sundry plumbing repairs, $20.37 

1 cord wood, $4 . 50 ; electric supplies, $4 

Victoria Old Post Office ($363.77)- 

Bowes, Cyrus H., glazing 1 plate glass window 

Jardine, John, painting and varnishing, and papering wails and ceilings, hall and stair 
case of P.O. : 127 rolls paper at $1 ; border, 7 rolls at $2 ; painting 125 yds. at $1.20. 

Marvin, E. B. & Co.: 1-15 ft. Canadian Ensign, $14 ; 1 set signal halyards, $2.50. . . . 

Mellor, J. W., papering and painting two rooms, contract, $35 ; glass and glazing, $5.75. 

Nichols & Renouf, sundry hardware > 

Victoria City, sewer rental, 2 yrs. to May 31, 1902, at $8 

Victoria Water Works : water supply, li m. to May 1, 1902, 236,940 imp. galls, at 20c; 
meter rent, $5.50 *.. 

Thawing out water pipes, &c, $6.25 ; sky light, $8.10 ; repairs to plaster, $5.75 ; plumb- 
ing, $1.50 

Legal services, Langly & Martin 

Victoria Public Building ($7,655.43)— 

Caretaker, Wm. McKay, 12 m. to June 30 _ 

Asst. caretaker, A. Johnson, 12 m. to June 30, 365 d. at $1.50 

Elevator men : Jno. McMillan, 10 m. to April 30 at $45 per m.;. May and June at $60, 

Geo. Noot, 12 in. to .J une 30 at $45 per in 

Fireman, John Milne, 8 m. to May 30, 1902, at $45 per m 

B. C. Cold Storage & Ice Works, ice supplied in season 1901 

B. C. Elec. Ry. Co. ($2,147.25)— 

Lighting, March, 1901, 300,000 (4 constant) watts at 12c; meter rent, 25c; 14 m. to 
June 30, 1902, 560 K.W. h. at 16&c; 840 K. W. h. at life, 15,700 h. at 9±c 
meter rent, $2.80 

Power for elevators : 4 rn. to Oct. 30, 1901, 2,015 K.W. h. at 8c, 8 m. to July 5 

1902, 3,826 K.W. h., $156.50 ; meter rent, $4.80 

B. C. Furniture Co.: writing tables, 2 at $5 ; revolving chairs, 2 at $4 ; 1 typewriter 

chair, $6.50; 2 oak step ladders, $9.50; 30 blinds, $34.25; 1 cushioned chair, $10; 

sundry furnishings, $12.60 ; repairs to furniture, $15.45 

Burt Bros., wood, 3 cords at $4.75 

Hansen, Peter, scavenger work, 18 m. to Dec. 31, 1901 

Hinton Elec. Co.: installing electric light cable, etc., and sundry supplies and repairs. . . 
Jardine, John : shellacing and varnishing letter carrier's chairs, racks, &c, in Feb., 

March and April 

Kingham & Co. : coal, 33408 tons at $6.40, 6393 tons at $5.95 

Leitch & Turnbull : balance of final estimate on contract work (see pagcV — 84, 1900-1901) 

$807.25 ; 1 spare armature, 1 set spare fields for 10 H. P. motor, $225 

Marvin, E. B., 1 21-ft. Canadian ensign '.."..' 

Mellor, J. W., painting, varnishing and lettering letter boxes, 25 at $2 each 

Meston, Jno., sundry smith work 

Moore & Whittington : sundry carpenter work, 157 <j hrs. at 45c; cedar, 140 ft. at $50 per 

M. ; sundry lumber and hardware, $26.90 

Nicholles & Renouf : 100 ft. J-in. rubber hose, $10 ; sundry hardware, $21.50 

Ormond, O. B., 2 cases toilet paper, $20 ; Sellick, R., repairing plaster and cement, $19. 

Sheret, A. : repairs to boilers, 20 hrs. at 75c; material, $5.75 

Speed Bros. : coal oil, 25 galls, at 30c ; sundries, $18.20 

Taylor Mill Co.: 12 storm sashes with ventilating lights, contract, $50; chain, 12 ft. at 

$1.75 ; sundry lumber and lepairs, $113.16 ; cartage, $5 

Victoria City, sewer rental, 2 yrs. to May 31, 1902, at $16 per annum 

Victoria Water Works : water supply, 11 m. to May 1, 1902, 190,250 Imp. galls, at 20c; 

meter rent, $22 . 

Waites Bros., repairing P.O. boxes and drawers, supplying keys, &c 

Wilson, A. & W.: supplying and fitting galv. air shaft to motor room of customs freight 

elevator, $21.90 ; sundry plumbing, &c, $81 

1 cocoa door mat, $4 ; carpenter work, $7 ; repairing clock, $1 ; foundry work, $7.28 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
326,081 31 



600 00 

11 80 

41 47 

21 65 

36 00 

124 50 

12 00 
24 09 

44 90 
14 75 

48 67 
8 50 

36 00 

156 00 
10 50 
40 75 
18 57 
16 00 

52 85 

21 60 

5 50 



600 00 
547 50 

1,110 00 

360 00 

15 00 



1,824 75 
322 50 



106 30 
14 25 
72 00 

18S 05 

49 55 
594 19 

1,032 25 
21 00 

50 00 
26 00 

104 75 

31 50 
39 00 
20 75 
25 70 

189 16 

32 00 

61 25 
95 80 

102 90 
19 28 



333,088 84 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-183 



Dominion Buildings : niaintcnancc— Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Wil 



Victoria Savings Bank ($53.04)— 

B. C. Furniture Co. : cork carpet, 32 yds. at $1.20 ; repairing counter. $6 ; repairing 2 
chairs, $1 

Jardine, J no., repairing furniture, $6.64 ; Wilson, A. W., plumbing, $2 

liama Head Quarantine Station ($ 1,159. 45) — 

Burt Bros., wood, 10 cords at $4.75 ; Fashion Livery Stables, team, 1 day, $G 

Godtel, Adam, cut wood, 15^ cords at $4.50 

Kingham & Co., coal, 186*088 tons at $5.25 , 

Victoria & Esquimalt Telephone Co., rent of telephone, 12 m. to June 30 at $5 per m. 
British Columbia Public Buildings Generally ($517. 48)— 

1 [enderson, Win., Victoria, clerk of works, travel and outlay, April 21, 1901, to June 30, 
1902 

Legal services, C. H. Bowes 

Public Buildings Generally ($87)— 

( ringran, L. P., gas lamps, 1 doz. at $2 each 

Hobbs Hardware Co., painting post boxes, 28 at $2.25 

Ottawa Experimental Farm — 

Detailed under Ottawa Buildings : heating (Page V — 137) 

lighting ( „ V— 138) 

Departmental expenses at Ottawa ($1,173.89) — 

Kxprespage : Canadian, $89.70 ; Dominion, $79.10 , 

King's Printer's Account, $231.04 ; stationery olHce, $370.70 ; advertising, $185.84 

Travel of Ottawa officials: John Cowan, $7.70; A. Dostaller, $3G.75 ; A. Gobeil, $20 

E. Lacas, $99.75 ; F. X. Paquet, $31.40 ; J. A. Theriault, $18.25 

Detailed in 1900-1901, page V — 135, salaries of engineers, caretakers, &c, June, 1901 



Total, maintenance of Dominion Buildings, 1901-2 

Less charged to 1902-3 : 

Salaries of engineers, caretakers, &c 15,278 86 

Supplies for n 1,807 12 

Heating Dom. Buildings 2,971 01 

Lighting ii 6,289 51 

Water .. 142 56 

Rents, Bublic Buildings 8,958 45 

Furniture, Dom. Buildings 697 69 

Power for elevators, &c 814 26 

Renewals, &c, Maritime Provinces generally 695 78 

ii Quebec generally 5,591 19 

Ontario 3,355 10 

ii Manitoba 148 68 

Renewals, &c, North-west Territories 1,35161 

ii British Columbia 69159 



Charged as follows : — 

Rents Public Buildings (Page 

Furniture, Dominion Buildings ( ,, 

Engineers, caretakers and firemen, &c, salaries. . . ( ,, 

ii t .1 supplies ( u 

Heating Dominion Buildings ( ., 

Lighting ■■ ( ,, 

Water n ( „ 

Power for running elevators, &c ( M 

Renewals and heavy repairs : Maritime Provinces ( .. 



Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

North-west Territories 



British Columbia ( 



Toronto Post Office Locomobile Maintenance 

Ottawa Bdgs. repairs ( Aylmer P.O. charged in error) 

Total of summary, agreeing with total of details as above. 



V— 142) 
V- 5) 
V- 5) 
V- 5) 
V- 5) 
V- 5) 
V- 5) 
V— 119) 
V- 89) 
V— 99) 
V— 110) 
V-lll) 
V— 114) 
V-119) 
V- 5) 
V-135) 



$ cts. 
335,088 84 



45 40 

7 64 

53 50 

69 00 

970 95 

60 00 



486 84 
30 64 

24 00 
63 00 

1,156 66 
94 76 

168 80 
794 24_ 

210 85 
6,758 13 



346,089 25 



48,793 41 



297,295 84 


5,974 63 


8,490 81 


86,340 78 


5,062 96 


55,078 65 


67,982 91 


15,995 00 


4,035 30 


9,876 96 


11,9S8 85 


11,760 34 


1,501 77 


2,090 40 


5,987 53 


4,507 35 


15 60 



297,295 84 



V-134 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 19C3 



Dominion Immigration Buildings : Repairs. 

Halifax, MS. {$398.71). 



Chambers, John, moving boiler from shed and loading on car .......... 

Day k, Kinsman, repairs, $1.75 ; Reardon, F., paint, &c, 90c 

Intercolonial Railway, jacking and blocking up building: material, $16.11 ; labour, 98 d. at 

$1.50, 32 at $1.20 ; jack screws, 44 d. at 25c 

Longard Bros : supplies, &c, $33.33 ; labour, plumbers, &c, 16f| d. at $4, § d. at $5 

Nickerson Bros. : supplies, &c, $21.38 ; carpenter, 75 h. at 30c 



Quebec ($1,952.35). 

de Varennes, Ferd. ($1,952.35)— 

Repairs to immigration shed, Feb. 19- April 7, 1902 : spruce deals, 11, 250 ft. at $22 

sundry, $10.30 ; labour, GO d. at $2, 405 at $1.80, 8 at $1.50, 149 at $1.35 

Repairs to water closet, April 7-15, 1902, labour, 14^ d. carpenter at $2 ; 2 d. labourer at 

$1.50 ; cartage. 40c 

Paid on account of work done, ch. 20,931 



Brandon, Man. ($357.20). 

Cyr, J. E., acting clerk of works, travel and outlay, $56.40; cheque 946 unaccounted for 

Forbes, John : on account of work done under, $1,870 ; contract for repairs, &c 

East Selkirk, Man. ($412.20). 



Cyr, J. E. , acting clerk of works, travel 

Rowley, J. P. : contract repairs, $100; repairing roof of hall, $65.50; repairing roof of shed, 

$39.85 ; carpenter, 34 d. at $2.50 , 

Young, W. S., paper, paint, &c 

Services cleaning building : J. Guerillo, $8.40; B. Kostinuk, $2; D. Kostinuk, $2.05; K. 

Kostinuk, $1.85; N. Narzuk, $14.05; G. Regorzuk, $13.60; W. Reharzuk, $2.85; N. 

Renik, $5.65 ; S. Tobara, 50c. ; A. Wolanzuk, $5.25 

Minnedosa, Man. ($12.69). 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co. , repairs to shed 

Winnipeg, Man. ($120.99). 

Anderson & Thomas, repairs, $2.35 ; Baxter & Son., repairs, $13.80 

Wells, J. L. & Son : plumbers, &c, 481 h. at 40c, 6 h. at 50c, 81-^ h. at 60c; supplies, $33.64 



Creighton, John ($435.10)— 
T 



Calgary, N.W.I . ($494.25). 



ender of Nov. 30, 1899, $368 ; less $29.90 for repairs included in tender of Feb., 1901 . 

Building store-room and coal shed 

Head, W., excavating and fitting up lead water supply , 

Woods, Jas. W., Dominion flag, 15 ft ' 

Lacombe, Alia. ($15). 

Inskip, W. F., dressing, rigging and erecting flag pole 

Prince Albert, Sask. ($120). 

Knox, Wm., building storehouse 

Qu'Appelle, N. W. T. ($25). 

Folster, Chas., moving outbuilding. 

St-mthcona, N. W. T. ($13.50). 

Hyde, J. B., glazing and setting 49 lights of glass.. 

Yorkton, N. W. T. ($13. 10). 



Collacott, T. H., glass, putty, &c. 
Yorkton Trust, hardware 



Generally ($56.55). 



Travel of Ottawa officials : A. Gobeil. 
King's Printer 



Total, carried to page V — 5 . 



$ cts. 



35 00 
2 65 

212 51 

104 67 

43 88 



1,319 95 

32 40 

600 00 



103 40 
250 80 



16 10 

290 35 
49 55 



56 20 



12 69 



16 15 

104 84 



338 10 
97 00 
42 65 
16 50 



15 00 



120 00 



25 00 



13 50 



6 45 
6 65 



40 00 
16 55 



3,991 54 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-185 



Dominion Quarantine Stations. 

Middle Island ($20.20). 

Carrie, J., fitting doors, &o 

Goggin, M. A. K, hardware, $2.95; Walsh, R. D.,' da>rs,'&cl, $12 



Orosse Idt ($2,863.91). 



Gagnon, Thos 
Gaudry, L. H. 

basins, 

lb 



Gauthier, J 
at $1 ; 1 



mattresses, 2 at $0, 2 at $12 

angle iron, 300 ft. at 12c. ;' clamps 10 doz. at $1.25 V closet's] 32 at $22 '; marble 

000 lbs. at 3.j>c, 017 at 5£c; sheet iron, 1,144 
(4-in.) at 24c; iron pipe, 1,039VW ft. (1-in.) at 
in.) at §12.20; sundry, $158.09... 
&C., $4:5.55 ; white lead, 1,074 lbs. at $7.50 ; oil, 81* galls' 



asms, 42 at 45c; ferrules, 48 at 30c; lead, 1, 
M. at $5.75 ; plugs, 42 at 65c. j pipe, 800 ft. ( 
7.25, 535| ft. (U-in.) at $10.10, 2334 ft. (H-ii 



& 13ro. : paint, gl 
,bour, 474 h. at 20c 



Gig T^ N rA doon J *' &?& (i :lt $L75 ' 4 at •** 7 at* $3, 2 at $0.50 ; windows complete/26 
at «>o..w ; sundry, !?o2.Ul 

Laberge, Alph. : hardware '..........[... 

Lapierre, M., board :>i men, 74 d. at 50c .... . 

Martineau J.: boards 20 at 13c, 100 at 14£c, i,200 ft." at $15,'i,012 ft. ' at' $18 

ft. at 12c; deals, oO at 1%., 50 at 20c, 50 at 30c, 1,050 ft. at $10, 000 ft. at ! 

nans, &c., $24.55 

Mechanics Supply Co., unions, nipples, &c .' .... 

Paquet, N., nails, charcoal, &c 

Pruneau, A R. & Co.: mortar, 11 kegs at $1.10 '; 'selenite,' 18 kegs at $1.80 ';" sundry ' $4*76 
Robertson, Jas. & Co., Montreal : 1,000 ft. soil pipe, $324 ; 1,050 lbs. pig lead, mso! . 



$ ots. 



5 25 
14 Do 



30 00 



cedar, 421 
8 ; solder, 



1,455 86 
300 80 



Terreau, Racine, furnace door 

Turcotte, Johnny, board of 5 persons, 100 d. at 50c 



Williams Head ($360). 
Deme , r l'i? J - °'' re P airer on telephone line from station to Victoria, 12 m. to June 30 1902 

at <i>io ; ' ' 

Reid, J. D., taking care of water pipe line, 12 ml to June 30, 1902, at $15. .... \ \ [ 

Generally. 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: sample quarantine bed, $10.50 ; freight, 55c 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



159 01 


137 34 


37 00 


200 61 


24 33 


13 40 


49 20 


357 86 


12 50 


80 00 



Yukon District: Rents, Fuel, Lighting, &c, Public Buildings 

Administration Building, Daivson. 
Caretaker, J. H. Mulligan, Dec. 1-June 30, 1902, 7 m. at $100 
Nlg A.Suye^ I'd L J r a u!$10 n 3'2 D ? a . .^™ * ""* ^ " * '***•'> ^^ ■ 



180 00 
180 00 



11 05 

3,255 16 



Fireman at $1.60, J. A, Landry, Dec. 4-May 26, 1902. 

Charwomen : Mrs. F. C. Douglas, Nov., 106 h. at 00c '; Mrs.' M. Oik's 



$150* m., $1,040.32: Mrs. A. Misner, Nov.."^ hf at Joe, DeH' l^une^'at fm, 

^Sr^'^ 

Anderson Bros. : 3 lights of glass, $9 ; water barrels, 5 at $3.50 

Apple, Geo. J., gal v. water tanks, 4 at $16. . . 

Brin ^°" & St ,7'art : 3| yds. carpet, sewed and laid, $5 . 83* ; 'arm' chair cushions, $8 '; ' 2 chairs' 

$6, $3 {tables, 4 at $lo ' u,u *" B i 

Canadian Yukon Lumber Co. : lumber for storehouse' 1,230 ft. at $60 421 at $S0 

Cascade Steam Laundry, washing roller towels, Dec. 10-June 30, 1902 213 at 10c 

Couture C. A., putting in batteries, call buttons, electric bells, &c , 15 h at SI 

Crawford, J. J., supplying water, Nov. 15-Dec 17, 1901. 

Dawson Electric Light & Power Co. ($7,103 . 10)— 

On account of installing electric light, 

Lighting, Dec 1-May 31, 1902 : 205 10 c p. lamps, 3 nights at 20c ;' 209 lamus ' 59niffhta 

^x%«%ftfc* " niglUS at . 4 ° C - ; ai '°- ^ 2 m - at * l0 ° Srf Vetll 

Daivson Hardware Co. : window blinds. 2i at$2.50/26 at$3.50,*l at S-i'-" 12 baskets " S60 '• 7 

hardw^crS7^50°: Ci !! e . Of ^f **"' $2 ° '' "* ^ ° U ' * 10 ; doz - broom8 « »*S 
ndike Mill Co.', coal, 4h tons at $25. .............. [ ....'. '. \" 



1,120 00 

1,120 00 
918 08 



2,217 22 



ha 

Klondi 

^iSl i wS^C^^u: mCild,a,nbei :. 2 '. 80; . i ^ W ' R L-, « Valehuch U^ S ; S C. 
McLennan, Jas. P,, 98 yds. towelling at 21c 



42 00 


26 50 


64 00 


62 83 


.07 48 


21 30 


15 00 


32 00 



3,000 00 



Carried forward. 



4,103 10 

571 00 
112 50 

12 00 

900 50 

20 58 


14,580 09 



V-186 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 19C3 



lukon District: Rents, Fuel, Lighting, &c, Public Buildings— Continued. 
Brought forward 

Administration Building, Dawson— Continued. 

McLennan, McFeely & Co. : 13 wash basins and pitchers, $40 ; 21 galv. water buckets, $31.50 ; 

water tank, $10 ; *23 granite cuspidors, $40.25 ; sundry small items, $G0 

North American Transportation & Trading Co. : coal stove, $35 pipes, &c, $9.38 ; iron, $14.40 ; 

labour, $27.25 ; 3 chairs, $9 ; 5 stools, $24 ; sundries, $4 80 

Northern Commercial Co. : desk, $75 ; 11 stools at $3.50 ; 14 yds. red cloth at $3 

Norquay's Drug Store, disinfectants, $4; Selix, Mrs. M., cutting, hemming, &c, 42 towels, 

$4.20 

Shattuck, Chas. A,, special work, cleaning lavatory, $5 ; White Pass & Yukon route, freight, 



$16.34. 



Yukon Saw Mill, lumber, 46 ft at6c, 706 at 8c 

Yukon Telephone Syndicate : telephone service, June, 1901, $20 ; Dec- Jan, 1902, $50 ; May 
5-31, 1902, $16 



Post Office Building, Dawson. 



Caretaker, Wm. Bishop, 14 m. to June 30, 1902 at $160 

Nightwatchmen at $160 : W. J. Skvnner, May 1-Dec. 3), 1901, $1,280 ; J. W. Wilson, Jan. 

1-Mar. 21, June, $588.38; Willie St. Denis, Mar. 22 to Apr. 8, $99.60; J. Marier, 

Apr. 9-May 31, $272 . . 

Charwomen at 60c. an hour : Mrs. F. C. Douglas, Sept. and Oct., 173 h.; Mrs. A. Misner, Oct., 

40 h 

Charwomen at $150: Mrs. F. C. Douglas, Dec. -May 26, $875.80; Mrs. R. Palardis, May 

27-June 30, 1902, $174.20 

Building fence, repairing sidewalks and levelling grounds around P. O., (July and Aug.) — 

Foreman, D. A. Matheson, 65 h. at $1 . 50 

Carpenters, hours at $1 : J. A. Campbell 33^, J. Diamond 41, Bert. Fraser 61. . , ... 

Labourers, hours at 80c. : J. S. Campbell 18 ; J. McKinnon 25 ; C. McLeod 14£, M. 

McLeod 3. 

Fitting and hanging doors, double windows, &c — 

Carpenters, hours at $1 : J. T. Choquette 68, J. A. Courtmanche 68, John Jenkins 13, 

Angus McCaspie 30, K. Sharp 10, J. G. Scott 10 

Alaska Commercial Co., 2 yds. crepe, $15; Artie Laundry, washing towels, 50 at 10c. ..... 

Alaska Exploration Co. : coal stove, $23 ; 1,190 lbs. coal, $14.88; coal hod, shovel and poker, 

$4 

Anderson Bros. : glazing and putty, $14.75 ; 6 lights glass, $15 ; water barrel, $3.50 

Brimston & Stewart : 8g yds. carpet, $10.84; carpet paper, $1.25; arm chairs, $6; centre 

table, $5 

Canadian Yukon Lumber Co : lumber, 339 ft. at $115, 288 at $105, 2,956 at $75: 30 posts, 

480 1. ft. at 12c. 

Cloes, Adolph, painting, graining and varnishing 2 sets of doors 

Dawson City. Water & Power Co., filling tank, May 22, 1901, $10, Sept. 19, $10 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co. ($4,429.88) — 

Lighting, 13 m. to May 31, 1902 : 66 16-c. p. lamps, 151 nights at 15c each, 66 nights at 
20c ; 62 lamps, 4 nights at 20c. ; 70 lamps, 96 nights at 20c ; 4 32-c.p. lamps, 151 nights 
at 30c, 58 nights at 40c ; (meter installed Mar. 19) 430,200 x 2'25 at 40c 

Installing 3 lights, $4.50 ; 2 tin shades, $4.50 

Dawson Hardware Co.: automatic door check, $15 ; tank with fawcet, $7.50 ; 5 Yale latches 

and 8 extra keys, $30.50 ; 13 ft. eave troughingput on, $10 ; 150 ft. of f-in. hose, couplings, 

&c, $55 ; 1 doz. brooms, $18 ; 2 doz. lye, $11 ; sundries, $105.28 

Dawson Sawmill and Building Co., pumping water out of basement, 64 hrs. at 80c 

Delage, T. & A.: cleaning snow from roof, $40 ; Douglas, Mrs. F. C, washing towels, $7. . . . 

Guilds & Brown, scavenging, May 1-Dec 15, 1901, Ih, m. at $16 ; cleaning yard, $2 

Klondike Mill Co., coal, 2£ tons at $25, large sack, $2 * 

Lusk, Isaac, hauling 1 cord wood, $3 ; North Am. T. & T. Co., clock, $5 ; step ladder, $3.50 
McLennan, McFeely & Co.: 6 window shades, $12 ; galv. iron box and padlock, $16 ; door 

spring and check, $15; 6 pis, bronze butts, $13.50; repairing gas plant, $20; work on 

furna,ce pipe, $33.75 ; sundries, $27 .95 

Northern Commercial Co., 400 lbs. carbide, $100 ; Saule, John, h brl. Portland cement, $17.50 
O'Connor, J. P.: scavenging, July and Aug., 1900, 2 m. at SIO,^ Julv, 1901, 3 loads, $6, Dec. 

15-June 30, 1902, 6| m. at $10 

Yukon Sawmill : 9 transoms, $62.50 ; 2 redwood filing cases, $125 ; hardware, &c, $19.25. . . 
Yukon Stables, work for team, Apr., 1902, 37 h. at $2.50 



Court House, Daivson. 

Caretaker, Willie St. Denis, Dec. 7- Jan. 6, 1901, May, 1901, 2 m. at $60 

Caretaker at' $160: Willie St. Denis, June 1-Mar. 20, 1902, $1,543.23; H. de Yillers, Mar. 

21-June 30, 1902 

Matron, Louise Collinet, May, 1901, $80 ; June 1-Nov. 30, 6 m. ftt $110 ; Dec. 1-Apr. 3, 1902. 

4^ m. at $150 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
14,586 69 

181 75 

123 83 
155 50 

8 20 

21 34 
59 24 

86 00 

2,240 00 

2,239 98 

127 80 

1,050 00 

97 50 
135 50 

48 40 



199 00 
24 00 

43 88 
33 25 

23 09 

348 55 
60 00 
20 00 



4,420 88 
9 00 



252 28 
51 20 
47 00 

122 00 
58 25 
11 50 



138 20 
117 50 

91 00 
206 75 

92 50 



120 00 
2,080 00 
1,355 00 



31,082 56 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V- 187 



Yukon District: Rents, Fuel, Lighting, &c, Public Buildings— Continued. 



Brought forward 

Court House, Dawscn — Concluded. 

Charwomen: Mrs. M. Thompson, Jan., 27 h. at 60c; Mrs. C. Crowley, Apr. 4- June 30, 
1902, 2*9 m. at $150; Mrs. A. Aligner, Oct., 1901, 10 h. at 60c; Mrs. F. C. Douglas, 10 h 
at 00c 



Carpenters, h. at .SI , James Brass 40, John Jenkins 14, J. G-. Scott 14. ... , 

Labourers, h. at 70c: J. E. Deslauriers 14, C. F. Heinricks 14 

Anderson Bros., water barrel, $3.50 ; Apple, Geo. J., galv. water tank, §16 

Barrett, Joseph, Brussels square with border, 20 x 15, for judges' office 

Brimetor & Stewart : refitting carpet for Judge Duga's chambers, $7.50 ; express, $1 , 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co. ($2,139.33)— 

Fixtures : 4 8-lt. at $35, 1 5-lt. at $25, 1 2-lt, at $25, 1 2-lt. at $8 

R. C. wire : 225 ft. of No. 6 at 8c, 240 ft. of No. 8 at 5c, 1,400 ft, of No. 10 at 4c 

Porcelain shades, 33 at 75c; shade holders, 41 at 25c; sockets, 41 at 50c 

Porcelain knobs : 274 at 7c, 354 at 6c; sundries, $18.65 ; labour, 112 h. at $1.50 

Lighting: Aug. 29-Dec 4, 1901, 80 10-c p. lamps, 4 nights at 15c each ; 84 lamps, 27 

nights at 15c, 62 nights at 20c; meter, Mar. 10-May 31, 1902, 155,400 x 2"3 at 40c. . 

Dawson Hardware Co.: window blinds, 24 at $3.50, 20 at $2.50 ; wall mirror and comb and 

brush, $12.50; sundries, $168 

Guilds & Brown, scavenging, May 1-Oct. 31 , 1901 . . 

Klondike Mill Co., coal, 3 tons at $25 ' 

Lusk, Isaac, hauling wood from Govt, wood yard to court house, 150 cords at $3 

Matheson, D. A., s iwing 15 cords wood in stove length 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: grate for furnace and labour, $14.30 ; hardware, $4.65 

North American Trans. & Trading Co.: 3 clocks, $60; 2 step ladders, $6.50; stove, $30; 

pipes. &c,,$ 18.09 ; labour, $5 25 

Northern Commercial Co.: Axminster carpet (15^ x 10i) made, laid and lined, 30 yds. at $4 ; 

6 yds. red cloth at $3 

St. Denis, Wm., heavy cotton for walls of caretaker's quarters, 50 yds. at 20c 

Yukon Electric Light & Power Co., lighting, Dec. 5-Mar. 9, 1902, 85 lights, 95 nights at 15c 

each 

Yukon Sawmill : 61 turned table legs, $57 ; 8 turned posts and 54 spindles, $15 ; 18 pes. cedar, 

$25 . 60 ; band sawing, $7 . 50 



Old Court House, Dawson. 



Alaska Exploration Co., 18 chairs at $6.50 

Apple, Geo. J. : tinsmith repairs, 19 hours, $47.50 ; sundry pipe, etc., $31.50 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co., lighting, May 1-Aug 28, 1901, 32-16 cp. lamps, 120 
nights at 15c each 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: 2 drums, $40 ; pipes, elbows, &c, $40.50 ; tinsmith, $26.25 ; re 
pairing stove, $20 ; tin box, 4 compartments, $45 ; 6 bed springs and mattrasse3 for 
jury, $150 ; sundries, $5 

Northern Commercial Co.: 2 combs and hair brushes, $6 ; box Pears soap, $6 ; sundry, $3.75 



Police Court, Dawson. 

Caretaker, J. E. Desiaurier, Nov. 1-June 30, 1902,, 8 m. at $160 

Brimston & Stewart, art square, $10.50 ; arm chairs, 2 at $6 ; chairs, 6 at $4, 3 at $4.50 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co., lighting, Sept.-May 31, 1902 : 21-10 cp. lamps, 23 
nights, at 15c ea., 35 nights at 20c; 16 lamps, 153 nights at 20c; 2 lamps, 24 nights 
at 15c 



Dawson Hardware Co.: 2 heaters, $50 ; pipes, etc., $68.50 ; setting up, $19; water tank with 
tap, $6 ; sundry hardware, etc., $21.75 

Laduc Gold Mining Co. : officii stool, $10 ; h doz. coat hooks, 25c 

Lusk, Isaac : wood, 6 cords at $15.50 ; hauling 40 cords of wood at $3 

Moncrief, R., refitting doors, $2 ; McLennan, Jas. P., 4 yds. cretonne, $1, rod and fixtures, 
$1.25 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: heater, $25, pipe, etc, $25, tinsmith, $13 ; 6 brooms, $7.50; sun- 
dries, $12.50 

North American Trans, and Trading Co. : office desk, S55 ; 2 tables, $17.50 

Northern Commercial Co., toilet paper , 



Legal Advisers Office, Dawson. 

Adair, J. & T., 3 chairs, $15 ; Dawson Hardware Co., 10 jts. pipe, etc, $10 

Government House, Daicson. 

Caretaker, Sam. Waldron, Oct 15- June 30, 1902, at S80 

Charwomen : Mrs. A. Misner, Oct., 55 hrs. at 60c; Mrs. B. Olser. Aug 9-31, $44.50, 3.', d. in 
Sept., $7 ; Mrs. F. C. Douglas, Oct., 1901, 64 hrs. at 60c \ 



$ Ct8. 

31,082 56 



463 20 
68 00 
19 60 
19 50 

110 CO 
8 50 


198 00 
86 00 
55 50 

227 07 


1,572 76 


314 50 

85 00 

75 00 

450 00 

100 00 

18 95 


120 44 


138 00 
10 00 


1,211 25 


105 10 


117 00 
79 00 



576 00 



326 75 
15 75 



1,280 00 
60 00 



710 25 



165 25 

10 25 

213 00 


4 25 


83 00 

72 50 

1 00 



25 00 

683 87 
122 90 



Carried forward | 4 lf090 70 



V-188 



AUDITOR GEXERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Yukon District: Rents, Fuel, Lighting, &c, Public Buildings— Cvntinued. 

Brought forward 

Government House, Dawson — Continued. 

Carpenters, hours at $1 : G. R. Bird Sh, J. D. Chaplaine 13, John Jenkins 41, R. Keldie 96, 
Geo. H. Kineaid 84, J. G. Scott, 96 , 

Labomers, hours at 70c: H. Alvin 10, P. Bebeau 60, J. Cardinal 25, John Dion, 55, Pitre 
Dion 69, Fred Nasler 97i, Peter McCraig 109, Chas. Shattuck 20 

Anderson Bros.: barrels for water, 2 at $3.50; 3 lights glass set and furnished, $10.50 ; var- 
nish, etc., door, $8 ; shellac and varnish, scroll work, $20 , 

Arctic Laundry, washing linen, etc., May-Sept. 3 

Brimston & Stewart, 3 lbs. curled hair, $4.50 ; Brown, F. W., marking linen, 4 hrs. at $1.50.. 

Can. Yukon Lumber Co.: 128 ft. of lumber at $115 ; carpenter, 3 hrs. at $1 ; removing win- 
dows, $3 

Cascade Steam Laundry, washing linen, Jan. 25, 1900-Jan, 31, 1901, $74.45, Nov. 26- Dec. 
31, 1901, $19.70 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co., lighting 13 m. to May 31, 1902 : 11-16 c.p. lamps, 151 
nights at 15c. each, 28 nights at 10c; 93 lamps, 4 m. at $3 each ; meter, 434,600 x 2 '25 
133,600 x 4 25 at 40c. 

Dawson Hardware Co.: blinds, 5 at $6, 10 at $3.50, 23 at $2.50; 24 brass curtain rods with 
fixtures, $29 ; 10 gall, tank, $9 ; 6 boxes toilet soap, $9 ; case coal oil, $10 ; 11 boxes silver 
polish, $5.50 ; sundries, $19.75 

Doering, Chas. G. : A\ x 9 Universal English oak pool table, $350, supplies for same, $60.50 
express charges, and shipping expenses, $11.65 ; insurance, $7.87 

Klondike Corporation, Ltd., freight, etc., on 1 chair 

Klondike Mill Co., coal, 2\ tons at $25 

Linklater, A., keeping on fires, Dec. 26-Feb. 13, 1902, 50 d. at $1 

Lusk, Isaac : wood, 89g cords at $17 ; hauling 1 cord wood, $5 , . , » 

Milne, Chas. : soap, 2^- doz. of Pears, $12, 1 box Cuticura, $1.50 

Montana Steam Laundry, washing house linen ... 

McLennan, Jas. P. : sheets, 8 prs. at $3 ; bed spreads, 9 at $3 ; blankets, 2 prs. at $8 ; pil 
lows, 4 at $4, 4 at $3 : pillow slips, 8 prs. at $1 ; rug, $7.50 ; doz. linen napkins, $7 ; 6 
doz. towels, $5 . 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: range, $120, less range returned, $79.75; kitchen utensils, &c, 
$220.90 ; toilet set, $15 ; 3 fenders, $25 ; tank, $10 ; can coal oil, $6; case toilet paper, 
$22.50; hardware, &c, $38.75 

North American Trans, and Trading Co. : brass bedstead and hair mattrass, $100 ; 2 tables, 
$24 ; 12| yds. linoleum at $2.50 ; paper laying, $8.50; \ doz. bureau scarfs, $3.35 ; stove, 
$25 ; pipes, &c, $18.50 ; tinsmith, $5.25 . . 

Northern Commercial Co.: carpet, 18 yds. at $2.75 ; border, 19 yds. at $2.75 ; 22 vds. lining, 
$5.50 ; 10 yds. silk at $L.70 ; sundry silk, $21.10 ; 12 pillow shams, $30 . 

Ross, Hon. Jas. H.: steel engraving, $12; engraving ' Napoleon,' $7.50 ; Battenburg tea 
cloth, &S.75: fancy tablecloth, $8.75; doz. doylies, $3; centre piece, $4.75 



San Franscisco Laundry, wash house linen, $6.85; Tacoma Hand Laundry, washing, $14.15. 
Sommer, Joseph, Victoria: pictures and frames, 'Angry Man,' $17.50; ' I hear a voice,' 

$14.25; 'Ready and Ready,' $10.35; 'Curling Club,' $12.75; ' Combat,' $11.15 ; 'King 

Charles,' $8.35; 'Ordination of Elders,' $9.25; 'Larder Invaded,' $9; 'Gentlemen of 

Jury,' $8.15; ' Spanish Armada,' $14.35; ' Queen Victoria,' $8.15; 'Sir J. Macdonald 

$5.75; 'Fontain Abbey, ' $9 ; 'Westminster,' $6.35 ; 'Shamrock II,' $5.35; 'Iphigenia,' 

$14.50; 'Girl and Grapes,' $8.50; 'Cardinal,' $15.50 ; 'The Raiders,' $11.25 ; 'Girl and 

Boat,' $9.50 ; oil painting by T. M. Martin, $35 ; oil painting by Shrapnel, $17.90; ' Fruit,' 

$5.50 ; boxes and packing, $1.1.50 ; insurance, $5.70 ; wire cord, $1.35 

Wait, M. W. & Co. : Heintzman & Co., piano style ' B.' 

Weiler Bros., Victoria, B.C., bill of Sept. 3, 1901 ($3,774.06)— 

Carpet and border : Wilton, I25i yds. at $2.25 ; axminster, 174 \\ yds. at $1.71, 44| stair 
at $1.62 ; Brussels, 80 yds. at $1.44, 33 at $1,214, 33^ at $1.12^ 

Norwich lining, 6 rolls at $5.40 ; stairs rods, 28 at 75c; 28 stair pads, $3.15. 

Corrugated rubber, 183 lbs. at 36c ; 2 mats, $5.85 

Rugs: black fur, 3 at $8.55, 1 at $5.85; 2 Mecca, $10.80, $8.10; 1 Orient, $6.75; 1 Tan- 
jore, $7.20 

Curtains : tapestry, 3 pr. at $12.15, 9 pr. at $10.80 , lace, 3 pr. at $12.60 

Materials for curtains ; brocade, 12^ yds. at $3.82i, 43£ at $2.70; damask, 32^ yds. at 
$1.35 ; fig. velours, 14§ yds. at $2.25 ; sundry, $42.53 

Making curtains, $8.50 ; poles and fixtures, $39.18 

Bedroom suites : oak, 1 at $54 ; beech, 2 at $49.50 

Beds, 4^ ft.: green and gold, 1 at $67.50 ; black iron, 1 at $45 

Matrasses : 2 hair, 70 lbs. at 67|c. ; wire, 2 at $5.85 

Quilts : silk-covered down, 2 at $18, 1 at $16.20 ; Marseille, 2 at $6.30. 

Sheets, 6 pr. at $2.70 ; pillow-slips, 12 at 30c 

Toilet sets, 3 at $11.25 ; 48 towels, $19.35 

Tables, oak : 1 extension, $67.50 ; 1 Flemish, $22.50 ; 4 golden, $13.50, $10.80, $18 ; 
dinner wagon, $18. 

Oak sideboard, $112.50 ; library set, 3 pes., $90 . . i.. 

Hall rack, $43.20 ; hall settee, $16.20 ; settee, $58.50 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
41,090 70 



333 50 


311 85 


45 50 

30 90 
10 50 


20 73 


94 15 


2,014 21 



234 75 



430 02 
13 10 
56 25 
50 00 
1,520 13 
13 50 
19 70 


122 50 


378 40 


216 27 


175 35 


44 75 
21 00 



285 90 


400 00 


846 97 


56 55 


71 73 


64 35 


171 45 


283 55 


47 68 


153 00 


112 50 


58 95 


64 80 


19 80 


53 10 


150 30 


202 50 


117 90 



50,408 79 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-189 



Yukon District: Rents, Fuel, Lighting, &c, Public Buildings — Continued 

Brought forward 

Government House, Dawson — Continued. 

Weiler Bros., Victoria, "B.C.— Continued. 

Revolving bookcase, $27 ; mahogany cabinet, $10.80 

China cabinet, $32.40 ; liquor cabinet, $21.60 

I )a venport sofa, leather, $63 ; leather couch, ad. head, $36 

Jardiniere stands, 3 at $6.30, 1 at $5.40 ; jardiniere and stand, $7.20 ; 3 jardinieres, $5.76 

Ann-chairs : 1 Turkish $58.50, 1 ladies' $58.50, 1 wire back $45, 1 No. 031 $16.20 

Chairs ■ 1 ladies', $33.75 ; 1 Morris, $15.30 ; 2 Roman, $20.25, $11.70 ; 2 reed, $18, $5.85 ; 
1 office, $13.50 ; rockers, 2 at $16.20 ; 1 hall, $0 ; sundry, 1 at $7.20, 16 at §5.17*. . 

Linen table cloths, 2 at $13.50; embr. table cover, $0.45; crumb-cloth, $5.40; table 
padding, 4 yds. at $1.12i : 4 doz. napkins, $8.55, $8.10, $5.40, $5.40 

Knives: 24 table, $16.20; 24 dessert, $14.85; 12 fruit, $5.40; 1 butter, $9.70; case 
carvers, $14.40 . . . 

Forks : 24 table, $17.10 ; 3(5 dessert, $22.05 ; 1 pickle fork, 00c 

Spoons : 24 table, $17.10 ; 24 dessert, $15.30; 12 tea, $4.50; 24 coffee, $7.20 ; 1 marma- 
lade, $1.80 ; 1 sugar, $1.80 

Plates, 222, $44.77 ; 46 cups and saucers, $14.58 ; 132 wine glasses, $20.70 

Vegetable dish, $27 ; 2 cream, $7.65, $6.75 ; 2 sugar, $7.65, $6.75 

Fish-eaters, 24, $36 ; salad and helpers, $0 ; marmalade jars, 2 at $5.40 

Olive dishes, cut, 12, $0 ; sundry tableware, $40.10 

Corkscrew, $6.75 ; 4 oak trays, $22.73 ; carpet sweeper, $4.50 

Ornaments: stags, 2 at $0 ; 2 horses, $0, $5.40; falconer, $7.20; fisherman, $7.20; 
buffalo, $5.40 ; lioness, $5.40 ; 2 dogs, $2.25, $1.35 

Picture and frame, $2.47 ; 3 vases, $0.68 ; cerise vase, $6.75 

Mirror, $7.20 ; 2 pitchers, $7.65, $6.30 ; 4 palms, $14.85 

Sconces, 2 at $4.50 ; 3-lt. candelabra, 2 at $4.50 

Weiler Bros., Victoria, B.C., bill of Oct. 0, 1001 ($40.50)— 

Teaspoons, 2 doz. at $4.50 ; fruit knives, 1 doz. at $5.40 , . , 

Cuspidors, 4 at $1.35 : arm chair, $7.20 

Salt shakers, 6, $6.75 ; 6 pepper shakers, $6.75 , 

White Pass and Yukon Route, freight charges 



Commissioner's Residence (old). 

Gendreau, Rev. Father, rent of house occupied by Hon. J. H. Ross, to Oct. 31, 1001, 6 mos 

at $250 

O'Connor, J. P. & Son, scavenging, May-Oct, 1001, 6 mos. at $15 , , 

O'Connor & Diebold, ice, June 12-Oct. 1, 1001, 4,525 lbs. at 2c 

Commissioner's Office, Daivson. 

Night watchman, J. H. Mulligan, May 1-Nov. 30, 1001, 7 m. at $160 

Charwoman, Mrs. M. McKenna, 10 hrs. at 80c, 5 days at $4 

Labourers, hours at 70c. : Dan. McDonald 26, Wm. McLean 26 

Alaska Exploration Co.. 5^ yd:;, denim, $2.15 ; Barnes, Lila, washing towels, 7 m. to Oct. 1. 

1001, $7 

Apple, Geo. J.: 4 joints 8-in.pipe, $10; floor safe, $6 ; steel, 84 lbs. at 20c; sundries, $13.50; 

men, 30 hrs. at $2 

Can. Yukon Lumber Co. : lumber, 230 ft. at $115, 100 at $105 

Cox & Cloes, frosting windows, $2.50; Dawson Hardware Co., sundries, $13.75. 

Dawson Electric Light & Power Co., lighting, 7 mos. to Nov. 30, 1001 : 10-16 c p. lamps, 151 

nights at 15c. each, 57 nights at 20c 

Leclair, P. L., scrubbing floor, 10 hrs. at 70c 

Lorv, Frank C., rent of building' occupied as commissioner's and comptroller's offices, 7 mos. 

*to Nov. 30, 1001, at $600 

Lusk, Isaac, hauling 5 cords of wood at $3 ; Milne, Chas., 6 tins lye, $2 

-McLennan, McFeely & Co.: connecting pipe to furnace, $15; 4 enamel cuspidors, $10; 

sundries, $13.40.. 

Northern Commercial Co., 57 yd:!, of carpet at $2.75 (laid) 

O'Connor, J. P. & Son : scavenging, June to Nov., 1001, 6 in. at $5 ; cleaning cellar, $20 ; 

cleaning rooms over office, $10 

Sale, J. L. & Co., repairing clock, $5 



Comptroller's OJice, Dawson. 



Can. Yukon Lumber Co. : 237 ft. at $115, 100 ft, at $105 

McLennan, McFeely & Co., 6 window blinds, $12 ; Sale, J. L. & Co., repairing clock, $10. 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
50,661 45 



46 80 
54 00 
00 00 
37 26 

178 20 

258 75 



73 80 



53 55 


40 05 


47 70 


80 05 


55 80 


55 80 


40 10 


33 08 


61 20 


18 00 


36 00 


18 00 


14 40 


12 60 


13 50 


778 25 



1,500 00 
00 00 
00 50 



1,120 00 
28 00 
36 40 


15 


124 30 
37 65 
16 25 


340 50 

7 00 


4,200 00 
17 00 


38 40 
156 75 


60 00 
5 00 



37 75 
22 00 



60,478 72 



V-190 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Yukon District: Rents, Fuel, Lighting, &c, Public Buildings— Continued. 
Brought forward 

Gold Commissioner's Residence, Dawson. 



151 



Labourer, Donald McDonald, 30 b. at 70c 

Dawson Electric Light & Power Co.: lighting, 13 m. to May 31, 1902, 9-10 c. p. lamps 

nights at 15c. each, 43 nights at 10c; 10 lamps, 6^ m. at $3 each ; repairs, $4.80 

Dawson Hardware Co.: 2 drums. $27 ; 22 lengths pipe, $14 ; setting up pipes, &c, $8.50 ; 

hot water tank, $6 

Frias, Chas., carrying in from sidewalk and piling up wood, Nov. -16-24, 1901, 7| d. at 

Lusk Isaac : wood, b\ cords at $15.50 ; hauling 10 cords of wood at $5 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: 11 stove pipes, $11 ; damper, 75c. ; tinsmith, $11.25 ; repairing 

tank and connecting to range, $10 ; 37 lbs. zinc, $9.25 

Northern Commercial Co., rent of building, Mch. 1, 1901-June 30, 1902, 16 m. at $250 
O'Connor, J. P. & Son, scavenging, 14 m. to June 30, 1902, at $10 



Gold Commissioner's Office, Dawson. 

Caretaker at $160 : Geo. Munro, May 1-Nov. 30, 1901 (less 2 d. in June) 

Night watchman at $160 : G. Pv. Nash, May 1-Dec 1, 1901 

Anderson Bros, painting 4 signs 

Dawson Electric Light & Power Co.: lighting, 7 m. to Nov. 30, 1901 ; 23-16 c. p. lamps, 151 
nights at 15c each, 54 nights at 20c 

Dawson Hardware Co.: heater, $15 ; labour setting up, $4 ; chloride lime, $1.25 

Delage, T. & A., supplying signs on black japan tin, 3 at $3, 1 at $6 

Klondike Mill Co., table, $10 ; North Am. Trans. & T. Co., 6 chairs, $18 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: heater, $30 ; drum, $25; stove pipes, &c, $53 ; 64 sq. ft. zinc, 
$16 ; tinsmith. $101 ; case coal oil, $12 ; \ doz. glass lamps, $15 ; sundries, $25 , 

O'Connor, J. P. &' Son : scavenging, May-Nov. 1901, 7 m. at $6.50 ; sundry, $2. 



Judge Craig's Residence, Dawson. 

Davidson & Bruhst, water supplied, Apl. and May, 1902 , 

Dawson Electric Light & Power Co. : lighting, May 1-Aug. 31, 1901, 13-16 c p. lamps, 121 
nights at 15c each ; Mch. 26-31, 11 lamps A m. at $3 each ; April and May, 1902, 12 

lamps, 2 m. at $3 each .... 

Lush, Isaac, wood, 6 cords at $15.50 



Hon. C. A. Dugas' Residence, Daioson. 



Labourers, h. at 70c. : R. Baird, July, 24 ; T. Cunningham, May, 25 ; Albert Gagnon, 
Sept. ,55 . * 

Can. Yukon Lumber Co., 22 pes., 1x10, 240 ft. at $75 

Couture, C. A., putting in batteries, call buttons, wire, &c, 5 h. at $1 

Dawson Electric Light & Power Co., lighting, 13 m. to May 31, 1902 : 1316 o. p. lamps, 151 

nights at 15c each, 28 nights at lCc, 3§ m. at $3 ; 18 lamps, 3^ m. at $3 each ; 4-32 c p. 

lamps, 151 nights at 30c each, 28 nights at 20c, 3| oi. at $6 ; 3 lamps, 3^ m. at $6 each. . 

Lusk, lsa^,c : wood, 35£ cords at $15.50 ; hauling 5 cords of wood at $5 

Noel, J. C, rent of house for Judge Dugas, Feb. 19-June 30, 1902, 4£ m. at $150 

Staines, Cortlandt, rent of house for Judge Dugas, Apl. 19-Feb. 19, 1902, 10 m. at $150 



Crown Timber and Land Office, Dawson. 

Apple, Geo. J. : over hauling furnaces, &c, 17^ hrs. at $2, 6 at $1.50 ; zinc, 59 lbs. at 40c. ; 

pipe, &c, $41.50 , 

Dawson Hardware Co., 4 cuspidor, $8 



Draughtsmen's Office, Dawson. 



Carpenter, J. D. Chaplain, 7 hrs. at $1- 

Yukon Saw Mill, blue print frame with 2 glasses. 



Engineer's Office, Daxvson. 

Dawson Hardware Co. : heater, $20 ; pi res, &c, $9 ; setting up, $2 

McLennan, McFeely & Co., hardware, $7; Yukon Saw Mill, drafting table, $95, stool, $5. . 

Government Warehouse, Dawson- 

Dawson Electric Light & Power Co., lighting, Oct. 1-March 5, 1902, 5-16 c. p. lamps, 153 

nights at 20c each 

Dawson Hardware Co. : 7 Ins. pipe, &c, $4 ; labour, $1 .50 ; hardware, $2 , 

McLennan, McFeely & Co. : 2 roof safes, $16 ; labour, $14 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
60,478 72 

21 00 

442 35 

55 50 

52 50 

135 25 

42 25 

4,000 00 
140 00 



1,109 33 

1,125 16 

32 50 


769 35 
20 25 
15 00 
28 00 


277 00 
47 50 



23 00 



314 55 
93 00 



72 80 

18 00 

5 00 


1,005 45 
571 38 
650 00 

1,500 00 



109 10 
8 00 



7 00 
15 00 



31 00 
107 00 



153 00 

7 50 

30 00 



73,512 44 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-191 



Yukon District I KentN, Fuel, Lighting, Ac, Public Buildings— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Inland Revenue, Daivson. 

Dawson Electric Light & Power Co., lighting, May -June, 1901, 3-1G c. p. lamps, 61 nights at 
15c 



Surveyor's Quarters. 

Dawson Electric Light & Power Co., lighting to Apl. 30, 1902, 2-10 c. p. lamps, 2£ m. at $3 
each 



Telegraph Station, Dawson. 



Carpenters, h. at $1 : S. Leblanc 53.\, R. McDonald 50 

Labourers, h. at 70c. : D. McKenzie 54, F. E. Soule 201 

Brimston & Stewart: carpet, 28^ yds. at $2.50; carpet paper, $2.50; cushion, $30; 3 w 

shades $4.50 ; bed, spring and mattress, $32.50 ; iron bed complete, $34.25 ; 4 pillows, $5 

Burns, P. & Co., meat, eggs and vegetables supplied May 1-Oct. 31,1901 

Can. Yukon Lumber Co.: lumber, 224 ft. at $(50, 057 at $80 ; 8 posts, 64 1. ft. at 10c . 

Cox & Cloes, papering and painting, $50 ; Davies, T. A., 8 chairs at $4 

Dawson City Water & Power Co.: water supplied, May 1-Dec. 31, 1901, 8 m. at $8; pipe 

fitter and helper, $12.50 ; 8^ ft. gal. pipe and connections. $5.53. 

Dawson Electric Light & Power Co., lighting, 13 m. to May, 31, 1902: 12 16-c.p. lamps, 144 

nights at 15c; 13 lamps, 7 night* at 15c, 8 nights at 10c; 14 lamps, 7§ m. at $3 each 

Dawson Hardware Co.: heater, $27; pipes, &c, $19.75; setting up, $4; 5 brass rods and 

fixtures, $5 ; 2 sash, $6 ; sundries, $12.25 

Dawson Market, box apples, $7 ; Fremont Laundry, washing blankets, 21 prs. at $2 

Guilds & Brown, scavenging, May 1-Oct. 31, 6 m. at $13 

Lusk, Isaac, wood, 7£ cords at $15.50 ; Milne, Chas., groceries, &c, $796.02 

Mogridge & Garnham, groceries, &c, $395.10 ; Moncrief, R., carpenter work, $94 

McLennan, Jas. P.: 8 yds. curtain muslin, $4; curtains, $12; table cloth, $2.25; cretonne, 



75c 



McLennan, McFeely & Co.: roof safe, $8 ; labour, $12 ; wringer, $8 ; tea set, $15 

and forks, $12 ; seine fender and making, $11.20 ; sundries, $34.20 

Northern Commercial Co., chest of drawers 



doz. knives 



Telegraph Station, Lineman's Cabin. 



Anderson Bros.: 9 rolls wall paper, $9 ; 1 roll border, $3 

Brimston & Stewart: iron bed, $12.50 ; mattress and spring, $20; pillow, $1 75.. , 

Can. Yukon Lumber Co., 1,003 ft. of lumber at $75 

Dawson City Water & Power Co., water supplied, Aug. and Sept., 1901, 2 m. at $4. 

Dawson Hardware Co., sundries, $23.10 ; Lusk, Isaac, wood, 7£ cords at $15.50 

Guilds <fe Brown, scavenging, July 1-Dec. 15, 1901, 5£ m. at $4 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: roof safe, $10 ; 2 rolls tar paper, $10 ; tacks. 50c 

O'Connor, J. P. & Son, scavenging, Dec 15-June 30, 1902, 6.^ m. at $2.50 

Wersen, Lambert H., plastering between the logs 



Generally. 

Resident Architect, T. W. Fuller ($084.25)— 

Part of salary, Dec. 1-Feb. 28, 1902, 3 m. at $50 

Postage, $3 ; washing, 3 m., $29 . 50 ; sewing curtains, $1 . 75 

On account of travelling expenses, Dawson to Ottawa, Mar. 10, 1902 

Assistant to Resident Architect, H. E. Ewart ($1,250)— 

Salary, May-June, 1901, Dec -Feb., 1902, 5 m. at $150 

On account of travelling expenses, Dawson to Ottawa, Mar. 10, 1902 

Clerk of works, Jas. H. Bell, June, 1901, 12 d. at $8, Dec-June, 1905, 7 m. at $200 

Accountant, L. J. Heacock, May- June, 1901, Dec- June, 1902, 9 m. at $250 

Stenographer, Miss E. Freeman, May- June, 1901, Dec -June, 1902, 9 m. at $175 

Guard of convicts, scavenging, Geo. Skinner. Nov.-June, 1902, 8 m. at $30 

Carpenters, h. at $1 : James Brass 213, J. A. Courtmanch 1,051, Geo. Kineaid 482, Geo. King 

' 73£, W. McCarter 160, John Nixon 591, A. P. Schroeder 328, E. St. John 10 

Teamsters, d. at $8 : P. Minnie, Oct.-June, 150 ; O. Omez, Mar.- Apr., 9 

Teamsters, h. at 80c : R. J. Deschamps 10, J. A. Landry 50, Angus McKay 29 ,. . . 

Labourers, h. at $1 : A. Beaulieu 20, J. Couture 20, T. O. Delage 20, N. St. Louis 20 

Labourers, h. at 70c: J. Brunet 30, A. Champagne 16, A. de Bruyer, 365, J. Dugan 6, Leon 

Durroux 355, J. Dion 10, A. Granger 16, T. Keenan 200, R. Kimmond 15, Geo. Mann 52, 

J. Merrifield 3064, D. McKenzie 16, E. Norman 333, J. rainier 15£, D. Rowan 18, F. E. 

Soule 474, A. O.Williams 25, J. W. Wilson 95£ 

Painter, P. Delage, 8 h. at $1 

Anderson Bros.: 7 lights gloss, $20; 1 quart alcohol, $2.50; 5 galls, boiled oil at 

varnish brushes, $4 . 50 



.50; 2 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
73,512 44 

27 45 

14 00 



103 50 
178 50 


179 59 

1,061 23 

72 40 

82 00 



82 03 
605 25 

74 00 

49 00 
78 00 

912 27 
489 10 

19 00 

100 40 

50 00 



12 00 
34 25 
75 23 
8 00 
135 47 
22 00 
20 50 
16 25 
40 00 



150 00 

:;t 25 

500 00 


750 00 

500 00 

1,496 00 

2,250 00 

1,575 00 

240 00 


2,908 50 

1,272 00 

71 20 

80 00 


1,345 40 
8 00 


39 50 


91,273 71 



V-192 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Yukon District : Rents, Fuel, Lighting, &c., Puolic Buildings- -Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Generally— Continued. 
Bertrand, S. A. D. ($2,140 64)— 

Salary, Dec. -Mar., 1902, 4 m. at $166.66 ; living allowance, 4 m. at $75 

On account of salary and living allowance, Apr. -May, 1902 

On account of travelling expenses, Dawson-White Horse and return, Jan., 1902 

B. C. Furniture Co., Victoria, chairs : G judges oak leather seats at $10, 1 upholstered leather, 

$30, 10 cushioned arm at $5.50, 12 perforated seat arm at $2, 1G cane seat otfice at $2.50; 

desks, 2 roller top at $48, 1 flat top, $75 ; blinds, 5 at $3.50, 8 at $1.50, 23 at $1, 4 at 90c 

packing and shipping, $15 

Burns, P. <fc Co., meat, eggs and vegetables supplied, May 1-June 30, 1900 

Canadian Yukon Lumber Co., wood, (contract) 602 cords at $11 

Davidson & Bruhst, water supplied public buildings, June 1, 1901-May 31, 1902 

Dawson Hardware Co. : 2 kegs nails, $15, $16 ; 3 galls, varnish, $23 ; 2 galls, white shellac, 



$16 ; gall. b. japan, $6; gall, turpentine. $3. 
vson Transfer & Storage Co. : drayage, 19 h. at $4 ; sundry, $5 



Dawson Transfer & (Storage 

Delage, T. & A. : oiling and varnishing, 27 h. at $1 ; less paint brushes, $11 .50 

Goetzman, H. J., photographic supplies, $28.75 ; Honnen, H. H., cartage, $28.50 

Harmon & Welbon, ice stored, 54 tons at $7 . 26 

Lewis, L. T., water delivered at public buildings to Dec. 3, 1900, 549 buckets 

Lewis & Davidson, water supplied during May, 1901, 468 buckets 

Loey & McCarter, pair ice tongs, $7.50 ; Meyers, R. L., repairs to locks and keys, $13.75 

Milne, Chas., groceries, &c, $174.78 ; Mockridge & Garnham, groceries, &c, $197.55 

Morgan, Joseph, sawing, splitting and piling 600 cords of firewood (contract) at $4 

Porter, C. W., hand sleigh for hauling wood, $10 ; Standard Oil Co., 9^ cases pearl oil at $10 
Trounce, F. W., 3 rms. typewriter paper, $9 ; Wilson, T. G., soap, $34 
Yukon ' Sun,' 1,000 checks duplicate 



Clear Creek Mining Inspector's Office. 



Atkinson, James, erecting addition to office per agreement , 

Cheslock, John, banking, drawing and levelling ground for office 

Colcleugh, W. O. , firewood, 6 cords at $20 , 

Conlin, M. J., freighting,. 3 cases of coal oil from Dawson, 255 lbs. at 12c 

Northern Commercial Co. : art denim, 80 yds. at 40c, 8 oz. duck, 50 yds. at 30c; 6 pkgs. 

tacks, $1 .50 

Owens, Ed., firewood, 2\ cords at $25 ; Spisek, M., wood, 12 cords at $20 

Trading and Exploring Co., 5 galls, coal oil, $12.50 ; Young, W. C, paid for covering desk 

$13.50 

Dominion Creek, Mining Inspector's Office. 



Calligan & McDonald, rent of office, 7 m. to Jan. 31, 1902, at $50 

Dawson Hardware Co. : heater, $25 ; pipes, &c, $4 ; freight, $6 

Duval, E. , piling wood, $7 . 50 ; Graf, B., repairs to stove, $2 50 

Landreville, Max., rent, Oct., 1900, $50 ; L'Heureux. G., rent, Nov., 1900, $50 

McCay, W. H., rent, May and June, 1901, $100 ; Leinweber, M., can of coal oil, $8.50 

Standard Oil Co. : 4 cases pearl oil, $40 ; freight, $10.50 ; Rouse, J. A. & Co., case coal oil. 



$16 



Wright, W. H., sundry outlay, Aug. -Sept., 1901 

Yukon Telephone Syndicate, toll service during Feb. 1902. 



Fort Selkirk, Mining Recorder's Office. 

Carter, H. W., carpenter work, $20 80 ; C6te, G., wood and cutting, 10 cords at $12. 

Klimesch, A., 3 cases coal oil at $15 ; 2 stovepipe elbows, $1.50 

Pitts, H. H., saw, $5.50, 6 stovepipes, $3 ; Ward, C, moving into new office, $25 



Forty Mile Mining Recorder's Office. 

Alaska Commercial Co.: cordwood, $15; 5 galls, coal oil, $7.50; lamp, $6; water pails and 
toilet set, $19.50 ; sundries, $11 

Claiison, C. A., & J . A. Barrie, firewood, 12 cords at $17.50 

Garratt, W. F., cutting and piling wood, $0 . . 

Northern Commercial Co.: 2 cords wood, $30; 3 cases coal oil, $36; water pails and toilet 
set, $19.50 ; 3 chairs, $7.50 ; sundries, $23.75 



Gold Run Mining Inspector's Office. 

Brown, W. T., lining office, $15 ; Dickson, Jos., repairing damage done by fire, $8 ...... 

Crmte & Wills : rent of cabin, May 1, 1900-Dec. 31, 1901, 8 m. at $25; coal oil, 5 galls., $7.50; 

2 cans at $10, 2 at $8 ; sundries, $14 

Dawson Hardware Co. : heater, $30 ; pipes, &., $6 ; freight, $4.25 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
91,273 71 



966 64 

480 00 
700 00 



451 10 

104 72 
6,622 00 
1,367 89 

79 0G 
81 00 
15 50 
57 25 
391 50 

109 80 

110 00 
21 25 

372 33 
2,400 00 

105 00 
43 00 
65 00 



400 00 
32 00 

120 00 
30 60 

48 50 
302 50 

26 00 



350 00 

35 00 

10 00 

100 00 

108 50 


66 50 

26 25 

3 00 


140 80 
46 50 
33 50 



59 00 

210 00 

6 00 

116 75 



23 00 

257 50 
40 25 



108,408 8 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-193 



Yukon District: Rents, Fuel, Lighting, &c, Public Buildings— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Gold Run Mining Inspector's Office — Concluded. 

Gold Run Store : coal oil, $10 ; hardware, $3 ; Korbs, J., 72 feet lumber, $11.50 

Sellars, H. W., cutting and splitting 10 cords wood, $80; Shepard, G. L., carpenter work, 

Slippcrn, E., lumber, $11.50 ; Ross, John E., building latrine, $13.50 

Standard Oil Co. : case Pearl oil, $9 ; freight, $2.50 



Grand Forks Mining Inspector's Office. 

Allen, Jas., sawing 4^ cords wood, $30 ; Crooker, F. D., cutting 2 cords wood, $16. 

Dawson Electric Li ght and Power Co., lighting, Dec. 27-Feb. 1, 1002, 1 lain]), 30 nights at 35c. 

Griffith, Vout & Blair, stove pipes and repairs, $9.50 ; Harmer, JEL, freight on stove, $1 

North American Trans, and Trading Co., 2 window glass $1; Reid, R. R., 2 cords 

wood, $40 

Stewart, D. D., cords wood, $96 ; Van Buskirk, Stewart, repairs to office, $50 

Western Hardware Co., sheet iron bed for office stove 

Williams Electric Light and Power Line, lighting April 29-May 27, 1901, 1-16 c p lamp 

nights at 25c w 

Woodburn, W. M., spruce wood, sawn, split and piled, 10^ cords at $26 



26 



Hootalinqua Mining Recorder's Office. 



McKay, R. A. J., 10 cords of wood and sawing . . 
McKay, R. A. J., & C. A. Rogers, chinking office. 
Snure,'l)an. J.: 10^ galls, coal oil, $10.50; lamp, § 



.50; stove, pipes, &c, $40. 



Hunker Creek Mining Inspector's Office. 



Blanchfield, E.: 20 ft. lumber, $4.50 ; mattrass, $12.50 

Campbell, M. J.: wood, 12 cords at $22, 15 at $16 , 

Ferguson, Geo., repairing cabin, $17 ; Hopkins & Marshall, can coal oil, $9 

Lennox, W.: stove pipe, $1 ; can coal oil, $10 ; Herbert, A., stove pipe elbows, $1. 
Lindstrom, H., repairing stove, $1.50 ; McDougall, Marshall, can of coal oil, $9.. 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: case coal oil, $12 ; sundries, $8.75 ; freight, $8.34 

Standard Oil Co. : case Pearl oil, $10 ; freight, $1.25 



Stewart River Mining Recorder's Office. 

Armstrong, W. R., 1 cord wood, $2u ; Hutchison, Geo., 2 cords wood and sawing, $42.. . . 

Johnston, Chas., 15 cords dry wood at $L7 ; Smith, B., 1J cords wood, $25.50 , 

Pellerin, Daniel : 2 cords wood, $40 ; 2 days repairing cabin, $15 

Ryan, Michael, rent of cabin for Mining Insp., 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, at $25 

Standard Oil Co. : Pearl oil, 5 cases at $10, 2 at $9 ; freight, $40 , 

White Pass and Yukon Route, freight on 2 cases coal -oil 



Sulphur Creek Mining Inspector's Office. 



Candle, F., rent of cabin, 3 m. to Jan. 31, 1902, at $25 

Dawson Hardware Co. : heater, $20 ; pipes, &c, $4 ; case coal ofl, $12; freight, $3.25, .. . 

Hubnek, J. P. : lamp glasses, $2 50 ; can of coal oil, $18 ... 

Rockwell, T. D. : rent of cabin, 6 m. to Oct. 31, 1901, at $25 ; wood, 23 cords at $18, 1 a $20 

sawing cord of wood, $0 ; case coal oil, $20 

Rouse, J. A. & Co. , freight on 2 cases coal oil 

Standard Oil Co. : case Pearl oil, $10 ; freight, $2.40 ; Williams, J., cord of wood, $20 



White Horse Public Building. 

Kelly, Douglas & Co., Vancouver, plain blinds, 15 at $1 . 15, 17 at $1 

Martin, Capt. P. , case coal oil, $7 

MacLennan, Fred., rent of building for Post Office to Oct. 31, 1901, 10 m. at $75, 6 m. at $125 
PJoneer Livery, Feed & Sale. Stables: wood, 74 T fi . T cords at $7.50; 3 water barrels, $15; 

scavenging, Jan. 1-May 31, 1902, $66.50 

Yukon Electrical Co., Ltd. ($1,179.02)— 

Wiring, $113.50 ; 3 lamps, SI .95 ; 6 shades, $9 

Lighting : Nov. 1-Feb. 17, 1902, 40 lights, $622.57 ; Feb. 18-Apl. 30, 1902, 42 lights, $432 



Detailed in 1930-1901, page V— 50 



Less — Charged to Yukon Public Buildings, Capital. 
Total, carried to page V— 5 , 

1— 13v 



$ cts. 
108,393 24 



24 50 
90 00 

25 00 
11 50 



52 00 
12 60 
10 50 

41 00 

146 00 

2 50 

' 6 50 
273 00 



100 00 
20 00 
53 00 



17 00 

504 00 

20 00 

12 00 

10 50 
29 09 

11 25 



62 00 
280 50 

55 00 
225 00 
108 00 

11 20 



75 00 
39 25 
20 50 

610 00 
10 00 
32 40 



34 25 

7 00 

1,500 00 

639 63 

124 45 
1,054 57 

114,759 93 
13,146 82 



127,906 75 
105 00 



127,801 75 



V-194 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VI!., A. 1903 



Construction of Armouries. 

Baddeck, C.B. ($3,928.00). 



Treen, Jos., contract for building complete 

McFarlane, Peter L., paid on account work done 

McDonald, D. M. : clerk of works, Aug. 15, 1901- June 4, 1902, 293 d. at $3 ; short paid, $10. 

Hollifield, Geo., services as photographer 

Advertising 



Windsor, 2V.& 



Robson, W. W., 4 photos 



Sussex, N.B. ($5,959.43). 



Wallace Bros. : total of contract, $4,537.97; less, held from them on account of failure to 
settle all liabilities, $750.97 _ 

Ewing, Jos., paymaster, to pay liabilities of Wallace Bros., $1,218.39 (of which $407.42 is 
charged against the forfeited security, and $750.97 charged to 'Construction of Armou 
ries, 1902-1903 ") :^ 

Dryden, H. H., contract, heating apparatus complete 

McLean, Jas. R., clerk of works, July 20, 1901, to Apl. 30, 1902, 284 d. at $3 

Ives, H. R. & Co., Montreal : Buffalo boiler, $210 ; special header, $L5 ; freight, $20.21. . . . 

King's Printer, $11.04 ; advertising, $72 .18 v , 



Woodstock, N.B. ($1,461.27). 



Small & Fisher Co., Ltd., site for building 

Dibblee, C. P. K., surveying site, drawing plans, etc. 

Legal services, F. B. Carvell 

King's Printer, $41.94 ; advertising, $109.83 



Dundas, Ont. ($7,077.82). 

Bowman, Jos., & Co. ($4,369.98)— 

Contract, $8,770 for building complete ; less, $5,070 paid in 1900-01 (Page V— 143) 

Extra work : moving old building, $410 ; cesspool as agreement, $158.30 ; sundry, 
$81.68 . . 

Filling, 80 yds. at 25c 

Clark, Adam ($1,001.09)— 

Contract, heating apparatus, complete 

Extra work : putting in sink and connecting water supply, $17.04; taking down boilers 

and changing bases, $31.65 ; storage tank, $59 

Edwards, W. A., clerk of works, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1902, 274 d. at $3 

Bertram, John & Sons, 2 photos , 

Forsyth, W. W., 2 photos 

Gardner, R. M. : contract wiring, $167 ; contract fixtures, $120 . .- 

Gurney Foundry Co., Toronto: 2 h. w. boilers, $206.40; twin headers and valves 

freight, $5.50 

Sturrock, C., teaming 

Travel of Ottawa officials, J. B. Lamb „ 

King's Printer, $7.35 ; advertising, $236 



Kingston, Ont. ($1,217.37). 



Sullivan & Langdon, contract, repairs complete , 

Ellis, Arthur, architect, commission at 7£ p. c. on $1,125, cost of repairs, 
Henderson, H., photos 



Toronto, Ont. ($UM). 



.King's Printer. 



Kamloops, B.C. 
King's Printer, $1.50 ; advertising, $70.42 



Kaslo, B.C. ($2,474.15). 

McLachlin, D. J., estimate No. 2, to June 30, 1902, on $4,200 contract for building. 

Millington, John, clerk of works, May and June, 1902, 58 d. at $4 

King's Printer, $1.73 ; advertising, $70.42 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



2,250 00 

750 00 

869 00 

5 00 

54 00 



6 00 



3,787 00 



00 

992 00 

852 00 

245 21 

83 22 


,250 00 
25 00 
34 50 

151 77 



3,700 00 



G49 98 
20 00 


894 00 


107 69 

822 00 

4 00 

8 00 

287 00 


311 90 

2 00 

27 90 

243 35 


,125 00 

84 37 

8 00 



14 14 



71 92 



2,170 00 

232 00 

72 15 

22,210 10 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-195 



Construction of Armouries — Continued. • 

Brought forward 

Nelson, B.C. (91,858.88). 

Gilletfc, Wm. Goo., estimate No. 1, to June 30, 1902, on $6,500 contract for building. 
King's Printer, $1.40 ; advertising, §70.42 



Rcvchtoke, B.C. (-32,855.85). 

Kernagan, John, estimate No. 1, to June 30, 1902, on $7,031 contract for building. 

McKellie, J. M., clerk of works, June 10-20, 1902, 21 d. at $4 

King's Printer, $1.43 ; advertising, 870.42. 



Generally. 



King's Printer , 

Total, carried to page V — 5. 



Experimental Farms. 

Nappan, N.S. ($754.89). 

Lnsby, C. A. & Co. : gal v. spout, 91 ft. at 12c. ; sundry, $18 . 25 

McCleave, H.: painting farm building's, $100 : painting 2 bay windows, $10 

1 ! i j ies, Bros., Page fencing, 80 rods at 59c ... 

Silliker, C. J. ($508.52)- 

Work, additional to contract : barn, $18; cow stable, $165; horse stable, $155; root house, 

884 ; drain under concrete, $54 ; sundry, $12 

Dormer windows (2) placed, $47.40 ; ventilators on horse stabl°, $10.37 ; door and window 
screens, $10 .75 



Brandon, Man. (-$415.19). 

Brown & Mitchell: Portland cement, 13 brls at $4; glass, paint, &c, $34.30; hardware, 
130.44 

Curtis, Jos. : stalls and mangers, $40 ; carpenter, 74 h. at 30c 

Daniels, E. G.: papering, &c, manager's residence, $53.30; papering, &c, boarding house 
$24 



$ cts. 
22,210 10 



1,7*7 00 

71 88 



2,700 00 
84 00 
71 85 



T '2 04 



20,990 87 



Fraser & Ross, linoleum, 18§ yds. at 75c 

Ilalpennv, T., labour, 15d.'at $1.50; Miller, F. M., iron pipe, &c, $12.53, 

H anbury, Mfg. Co., planks, 500 ft. at $20, 500 ft. at $22 

Hughes & Long : lumber, 1,064 ft at $22, 2,043 at $23 ; sundry, $9.92 

Cement, $1 .50 ; repairs, $2 ; labour, $5 



Indian Head, N. W.T. ($332.00). 

Conn, Jas.: lumber, 730 ft. at $20, 010 at $21, 2,320 at $23 ; sundry, $16.31 

McKay, F. L. & Co.: pump, $10 ; 154£ ft. pipe, $24.35 ; sundry, $28.40 

Sherwood, A. W.: lumber, 1,048 ft. at $23, 1,489 at $24, 400 at $28; sundry, $8.50. 
Stewart, D., painting barn roof, $82 ; Walker, A., nails, $10 



Agassi?, B.C. ($1,979.89). 

Bain, D.: contract, $1,595 for cottage complete ; woodshed and closet, $45 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co., freight, $21.34; Gilley Bros., cement and lime, $21.20 

Harrison River Mills Timber & Trading Co., lumber. 

Inkman, C. : 3,300 ft. 2-in. plank, $02 . 70 ; sundry, $32 . 40 

Royal City Planing Mills Branch : lumber, 2,760 ft. at $22; nuts, bolts, 750 lbs. at 5c. 

Labour on piggery : J. McRae, 3 d. at $3 ; G. P. Sharp, 3 d. at $1 . 70 

Writing table, &c, $9 ; closet, &c, $7 



Central Farm, Ottawa ($10,920.77). 

Pay-lists detailed with ' Ottawa Buildings Repairs' Page V — 

Carpenters: S. Anderson, 211 d. at $2.50, 77 at $2.25; C. Latraille, 82 d. at $2, 121 4 al 

$1.80; J. Hayden, 27 at $2 J 

Helpers : J. Fahey, 55A d. at $1.25 ; J. Scott, 210 d. at $1.25, 53^ d. at 88 per week 

Labourers, days at $1.25: W. Adams, 12; J. Albert, 12; J. A. Beamish, 25? ; R. Belangej 

27 ; J. Chisholm, 10^; M. Craig, 28,' 2 (7 ; T. Davey, 27^; P. Doxtaler, 23A; W. Fahey. 

25; H. Gougeon, 13; J. Handerkin, 19; L. Helem, 36; R. Hinds, 14; W. Lafleui 424: 

J. Mackie, 27£ ; W. McPherson, 20; A. Richon, 25; C. Simons, 26£ ; J. Whelan, 24 . . . 



1— 13Jv 



Carried forward. 



29 17 

110 00 

47 20 



488 00 
80 52 



116 80 


62 20 


77 36 


14 00 


35 03 


21 00 


80 30 


8 50 


97 72 


62 75 


79 53 


92 00 


,640 00 


42 51 


73 87 


95 16 


98 22 


14 10 


16 00 



2,424 28 

1,137 35 
402 43 



546 39 



7,992 42 



V-196 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



- Experimental Farms — Continued. 

Brought forward , 

Central Farm, Ottawa — Continued. 

Labourer : J. Belanger, 26& d. at $1.50 ; F. Mack, 47 T \ at $2 

Bailey, G.: 22 brass plates and plating, $35 ; alterations to iron stand and condenser, $20: 
bending 44 iron pipes, $17.60 ; sundry, $31.20 .' 

Bryson, Graham & Co. , 1 roller top desk , . . „ 

Butterworth & Co. : 30 galls, boiler, stand and tube, $12.65; chimney linings, 50 at 35c, ; 
galv. smoke pipe, 214 ft. at 35c; galv. iron pipe, 49 ft. at 7c, 96 at 8c, 7 at 10c ; lead 
pipe, 46 lbs. at 7c, 498 at 6c ; nails, 1 keg, $2.75, 1 keg, $2.0,0, 2 at $2.95, 3 at $3, 65 
lbs., $2.75 ; iron pipe, 112 ft. at 6c, 106 at 8|c, 101 at 10c, 10&& at 13£c, 15 at 15c; red 
mortar colour, 2,000 lbs. at He; valves, 12 Globe at 80c, 6 peet at $1.80, 8 at $1.95 ; 
154 ass't'd elbows, $20.39 ; 233 tees, unions, &c, ass't'd, $31.29 ; sundry, $93.19 

Can. A. Ry., freight, $6.35 ; Can. Pac Ry., freight, 5.07 

Capital Planing Mill Co : lumber, 1,340 ft. at $14, 1,240 at $16, 4,970(3x12, 1x12, &c.)at 
$18, 7,426 (1x12, 1x14, &c.) at $20, 1,652 at $25, 786 at $40 ; 37 doors to order, $26.50 ; 
cartage, $7 .25 ; sundry, $21.87 

Charleson, W. G. : roofing, 21 sq. at $1 .65 ; 5 kegs nails, $15.50 ; sundry, $5.63 

Don Valley Brick Works, 16,000 buff bricks at $22 

Edwards, W. C. & Co.: 1 door frame and basement sash, $25 ; sundry, $2.05 

Export Lumber Co.: lumber, 2,254 ft. (2x4) at $14, 2,253 (2x10) at $15, 5,603 (lx 11) at $17, 
1,020 (1x8) at $20, 649 at $26, 362 (6x6) at 44c; cedar posts, $2.40 ; cartage, $3.56 

Fair bairn, W. E.: Page fence, 100 rods at 54c, 2l0 at 59 -4c, 30 at 90c ; gates, 3 at $8.10 ; 
double gates, 4 at $9 ; freight, $2. 10 _ 

Fraser & Hamilton: 4 door frames, $7; 17 window frames, $21.25; 17 prs. sash, $16.50 ; 
sundry, $18.78 , 

Gingras, J., smithwork, $24.40 ; Hay, N., hardware, $62.60 

Howe, Wm., wall paper, $23.15 ; Ligget, T., carpet, &c, $29.62 , 

Hurdman & Elmitt : joisting and rafters, 7,435 ft. at $20; scantling, 1,340 ft. at $17 ; w. p. 
timber, 488 ft. at $25 ; pine, 7,200 ft. D. and M. at $23, 8,881 ft. clear at $40 ; maple, 
3,300 ft. at $51 ; cedar shingles, 25 M. at $3 . 75 ; white pine, $1 . 56 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: Buffalo boilers, 5 at $95.20 ; freight, $17.94 

Killeen, G. F.: yards, 68i yds. at $1.05; cartage, $1.50 

Kirby, T. S. & Co.: cement, 268 brls. at $2.65; bags, 46 at 10c; sand, 65 yds. at $1 ; sand- 
stone, 61-435 tons at $3.25; stone. 13405 tons at $1.50 '. 

Mahoney, J.: sills, lintels, base, &c, 220 ft. at 25c, 715 ft. at 30c, 5 at 50c, 8 at 60c; corners, 
32 at 30c; jambs, 44 at 20c, 44 at 25c, 23 at 30c, 7 at 60c ; shoddy, 10£ toise at $9 ; 
lime, 220 bush, at 24c 

Mason, G. M. : cedar posts, 150 at 12^c ; cartage, $1 

Mills, A. K. & Son, laying tile floor in vestibule Director's residence 

MacDonald, K., shovels, &c, $11.95 ; Storey, D., cedar posts, 200 at 15c 

Ottawa Fire Proof Supply Co. : Star cement, 45 brls. at $2 . 40 ; less, bags returned, 38 at 5c . 

Storr, J., glass, &c, $49.40 ; Verdin, D., cleaning chimne.ys, $20 

Supply Company of Ottawa, hard brick, 73,000 at $9 

Woods, J. W, 3 awnings 

Car tickets, $5.50; grate bars, $4.88 ; sand, $1.50 ; fire bricks, $1 .50 ; sledge, &c, $7.50 ; 
facing leather, &c, $8.20 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. L. Ogilvy, $15 ; car tickets for workmen, $43. ...... .Page V — 



Total carried to page V — 5, 



Abbotts Harbour : Beaelt Protection Works, Aug. 5-Nov. 8, 1901. 

Foreman, Maude D'Entremont : services, 49^ d. at $2.50 ; freight, cartage, &c, $15.79 

Asst. foreman, Augustine Gaudet, 42^ d. at $1.75 

Labourers, days at $1.25: D'Entremont, Ant. M., 274, Austin 414, Archange 19|, Benone 

10£, Frank U. 35|, Lanclree 32£, Odille 26£ ; Deon, ~Ambro.se P., 9£ ; Pothier, Hy., 39|; 

6 payments under $10, $28.43 

Teamer, A. F. Surette : services, 2 d. at $1.25 ; services with team, 204 d. at $2.25 

Amiro, Hy. A., hardware, $10.32 ; Amiro, Peter A., carrying ballast, 160 tons, $10 

Babine, Jos.: spruce ballast, 9 in. x 20 in, 110 at 25c; spruce logs, 90 of 9 in. x 11 ft. at 30c, 

4 of 9 in. x 20 ft. at 50c 

Goodwin, Thos. R.: spruce sheathing, 1,400 ft. at $12.50 ; spruce logs, 113 of 9 in. x 20 ft. at 

75c, 100 of 9 in. x 10 ft. at 75c, 27 of 9 in. x 30 ft. at $1.10 ; less $1.40 freight , 

Hamilton, Beni.: iron, 1,038 lbs. at $2.15 ; making dumps, 1,038 lbs. at lc; sundries, $2.85.. 

Pothier, John B. : 5-in. spruce sheathing, 10,600 at $12.50 ; less $6.75 freight 

Spinney, E. K.: g-in. iron, 2,928 lbs. at $2.15 ; 2 augers, $2.50 ; cartage, 75c 

Smith, Mark A., hauling spruce sheathing, 11,200 ft. at $1.25 

Small payments ; towing 150 spruce logs, $3.75 ; hardware, $2.88 ; hauling iron, $1.80. ....... 

Total carried to page V— 5 



$ cts. 
7,992 42 

135 55 

103 80 
60 00 



558 76 
11 42 



404 95 
55 78 

352 00 
27 05 

220 12 

268 16 



63 53 

87 00 

52 77 


968 15 

493 94 

73 16 



1,180 55 



462 35 


19 75 


35 00 


41 95 


106 10 


69 40 


657 00 


15 00 


29 08 


58 00 


14,402 74 



138 91 
74 38 


331 54 
48 62 
20 32 


56 50 


205 55 
35 55 

125 75 

66 21 

14 00 

8 43 


1,125 76 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-197 



Argyle Sound : Wharf, Sept. 20-Nov. 1, 1901. 

Foreman, Joshua Goodwin : 25 d. at $2.50 ; freight, $8.67 ; sundry outlay, $2.01 

Labour, days at $1.50, Moise J. D'Entremont, 22.^ 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Isaac Abbott 9,?, Robt. Goodwin 9, Solomon Goodwin 10, Levi 

Massonger 9 ; 24 payments under $9, $105.24 

Team hire : M. Goodwin, 7 d. at 75c.; Robt. Goodwin, 6 d. at 75c; Eph. Murphy, h d. at 

75c. ; C. C. Spinney, $ d. at $1.25 

Goodwin, T. R. & Co.: logs, 162 at 72c, 16 at $1 ; 8 x 10 timber, 720 ft. at $14 ; 3-in. plank, 

4,525 ft. at $12 . . 

I [amilton, Benj.: smithwork 

Spinney, E. K.: iron, 1,735 lbs. at $2.15 ; hardware, $10.20 ; cartage, 35c 



Total carried to page V — 5. 



Bass River, N.S.: Repairs and Extension to Wharf. 

Foreman, Saml. G. Dickey : services, 60^ d. at $2.50 ; freight, $11.40 ; less 16c for over 
ex i x'liditure 

Carpenteis, days at $1.25 : John W. Cook 41 3, Chas. G. Fulton 9i, Robt. O'Brien 32$, Fulton 
Starratt 29"55 ' 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Wm. Anderson 44 '55, Jos. Creelman 10, Reuben Starratt 31:2 

Driver with two horses, Bradbeiry Fulton, 27$ d. at $2.50 

Creelman, Rupert : 4-in. plank, 7,000 ft. at $9.50 ; spruce boards, 1,800 ft. at $6.50; sundries, 



H0.50. 



Fulton, Frank, smithwork 

McAvity, T. & Sons : sq. headed and nut mach. bolts, 758 lbs. at 3^c; pointed and headed 
wharf bolts, 461 lbs. at 2gc. ; 4 augers, $5.90 ; 200 washers, $1.95. T 

Starratt, Reuben: piling, 3,568 ft. at 7c; hewn hemlock, 12,134 ft. at $11; spruce boards, 
1,600 ft. at $7 

Union Furniture and Mdse Co. : rope, 83 lbs. at 18c; 3 ply roofing, 8 rolls at $1.C0 ; nails and 
spikes, 325^ lbs. at 4c ; sundries, $20,46 



Total carried to page V — 5. 



Rear River 



Removal of Obstructions and Repairs to Pier, 
July 29-Oct. 22, 1902. 



Conductor, J. W. Rice : 73 d. at $2.75 ; outlay, $1.30 

Piledri ver, W. Peek, 40 2 d. at $1.50 ; blacksmith, O. Berry, 46J d. at $1.50 

Engineer : W. Wright, 26 35 d. at $1.50 ; J. Harris, 1 d. at $1.25 

Carpenters, d. at $1.50: Geo. Adams 56 2, A. Ameirs29 7, H. Beneml7 7, Wm. Moffatt 

1005, F. Nichols 263, B. Rice 449, Ed. Winchester, 44"8 

Labourers, d. at$l : Clarence Adams 411, Clestin Adams 6 "8, R. Andrews 27 '8, C. Clinte 45 '6, 

A. Clinte 381, W. Cosby 23 3, Wm. Dowly 9*8, L. Hunt, 35 3, A. Peek 7 3, F. Smith 29 6 

Adams, Geo.: boat, $15 ; timber, $14.96 ; Puvdy, C. H., smithwork, $352.47 ... 

Clarke Bros.: use of scow, 59 d. at $2.50 ; hemlock, 15,312 ft. at $9 : spruce piling, 8,604 ft , 

$751.25; hardware, &c, $235.22 

Timber : spruce piling, 1,805 ft. at 7c, 371 ft. at 10c; 16 piles, $74 ; hemlock, 1,107 cu. ft., at 

$2 per ton ; sundry, $28.20 ; paid as follows, L. Adams $22.51, W. Dowley $28.34, H. S. 

Hall $121.05, C. Harris $135.80, W. Hunt $6, W. Moffat $1.40, Geo. Ponkeney $4.90, G. 

Wear $1 . . , , 

Towage, $20 ; portable forge, $18 ; repairs, &c, $4.76 



Total carried to page V — 5 . 



Reaver Harbour: Wharf, Sept. 16-Dec. 29, 1901. 

Foreman, Henry Hawbolt, 34 d. at $2 

Labour, days at $1 . 25, 89 ; teamster, days at $125, 8 

Hawbolt, Geo.: labourer. 25jj d. a1 $1 .25 ; horse, 34 d. at 75c; towage, $21.27 

Hawbolt, R.: labourer, 18 d. at $1.25 ; horse, 19£ d. at 75c 

Robertson, Wm. : 2,503 lbs. ref. iron at .-'2 . 25 ; sundry hardware, $22.36 

Logs, &c: logs, 9 in. at top, 4,960 ft. at 5c, 18 at $1.40; flooring, 3,800 ft. at l|c; paid as 
follows : L. Cameron, $10 ; R. Hawbolt, $288.20 ; small payments, $22 50 

Total, carried to Page V— 5 



$ cts. 



73 78 
33 75 


152 40 


11 05 


197 01 

3 83 

47 85 


519 67 



161 87 



141 22 

107 89 

68 75 


88 70 
28 66 


46 37 


394 43 


61 22 


1.099 11 



202 05 

130 05 

40 77 

344 47 

264 70 

382 43 

1,271 77 



321 00 
42 76 



3,000 00 



68 00 
121 24 
78 65 
37 12 
78 68 

320 70 

704 39 



V— 198 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Beaver River: Extension to Wharf, Aug. 19-Nov. 26, 1901, April 14 -June 

30, 1902. 



Conductor, A. Perry, lllf d. at 
.90 



U. 



.50, outlay, $17.45; sub-conductor, J. Wetmore, 37J: d. at 



Carpenter, Wm. Tedford, 37| d., $52.60 ; fastener, P. Doty, 51 d. at $1.25 

Teamsters, days at $1.75: H. Cossar, 48^; G. Bain, 27 ; days at $1.50, R. Chute, 19.. . 
Labourers, davs at $1.25 : G. Bain, 87 ; V. Deveau, 46 ; F. Perry, 65 ; J. Sanders, 56£. 

days at $1, M. Smith, 32*. 

Teamsters, 25| d. at $2.50, 5 d. at $1.75 ; labourers, 72 d. at $1 .25, 42| d. at $1 

Crosby & Landers, rope, $4.05 ; Doty, Philip, smith work, $57.74. 



O'Brien, C. F.: 4-in. plank, 13,960 ft. at $12 ; spruce logs, 9-in. at top, 4,246 ft. at 5c, 5,318 
ft. at 4£c; 193 poles, $18.25 ; 7,512 lbs. ref. iron at 2|c; sundries, $12.16 



Total, carried to Page V — 5 



Big Bras B'Or Wharf: Repairs, Sept. 3-21, 1901. 

Foreman, John Livingston : 17 d. at $2.50 (2 d. in Aug. looking after materials) ; postage, 25c 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: Geo. Livingston, 11; Lauchlan Livingston, 12; W. H. McDon 
aid, 9 ; Roderick McKenzie, 10. . . , 

Labourers, days at $1.25: John A. Livingston, 10; Jos. Morrison, 5; Neil Morrison, 9 
John McLean, 4 ; 3 small payments, $8 . 13 

Labourers, days at $1 : Alex. Livingston, 8 ; Peter McDonald, 4f 

Teams, days at $2 : John A. Livingston, 2 ; Dan. H. McDonald, 6 

Bent & Cahoon : 7-in. wrot. spikes, 4 kegs at $3.50 ; |-in. iron, 309 lbs. at $2.50 ; freight, 70c 

Cape Breton Coal Mining Co., use of pile driver, 8 d. at $2 ' 

Livingston, Daniel, rope, 6 lbs. at 15|c , 

Salter, Sydney : 6 x 6 spruce, 933 ft. at $1.40 ; hemlock deals, 8,890 ft, at $1.20 

Hardwood piles, 27 of 8-in. x25 ft. at $1.25, paid as follows: Danl. Livingston, $5; Geo, 
Livingston, $1.25; Dan. H. McDonald, $2.50; Rodk. McKenzie, $23.75; John Mc- 
Lean, $1 .25 



Total, carried to Page V — 5 . 



Blanche : Repairs to, and Extension of Breakwater, June 10-26, 1802. 

Foreman, James Obed, 16 d. at $2.50 ; outlay, $2 ; 15 labourers, 158 d. at $1.25 

Greenwood, Ed. P. : 1,092 lbs. bolt iron at 3c. ; sundries, $10 . 51 

McKay, J. H. & J. A.: 2,600 ft. logs, 9-in. at small end, at 6c; poles, &c, $19.25 

Ballast poles, 20 ft. long, 6-in. at small end, 33 at 35c; boat-hire, $6 

Total, carried to Page V— 5 - , 

Boularderie Centre : Wharf. 

Land for approach to wharf, Kenneth Morrison , , 

McManus, Jeremiah : contract complete, $4,850 ; less $2,150 charged to 1902-3 

Inspector of work : McKenzie, D., March 1-31, 1902, 18 d. at $2.50 ; telegram, 50c; Fraser, 

Geo., April 17-June 30, 1902, 61 d. at $2.50 

Little, W. W., inspecting timber 

Advertising 

Total, carried to Page V — 5 

Brooklyn: To Complete Wharf, Aug. 26-Sept. 30,1901. 

Conductor, James McLeod, 29 d. at $2.50 ; foreman of pile driver, Thos. Thompson, 10 d. at $2 

Carpenters : Enos McLeod, 26£ d. at $1.50 ; Spencer, S. Godfrey, 26 d. at $1.40 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : John Dexter 8, Jabez Gardner 25 1, Calvin Harrington 8j, Albert 

Meisener 25, Win. Meisener 14, 4 small payments, $10 

Labourers, days at $1.20 : Donald D. McLeod 23, Herbert Smith, jr., $12.60 

Ox teams : Wm. Meisener lOh d. at $2.75 ; Alma Wolfe, 3 d. at $2.50 

Cooper, Hy.: logs, 40 of 7-in. x 35 ft., at $1 ; hemlock plank, 4 M. at $7.75 ; boards, $1 

Gardner, Jabez : logs, 12 of 10-in. x 30 ft., at $1.25, 8 of 7-in. x 35 ft., at $1. 

Heuiron & Co. : hemlock timber, 3,726 ft. at $9 

Robertson, Wm. & Son : £ rd. iron, 2,000 lbs. at $2 25 ; hardware, $16.20 

Thompson, Thos. : use of pile driver, bands, fall and all other gear, 17 days 

Small payments : smith work, $8.97 ; stage hire, 16 d. at 40c; freight, $2.50 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



$ cts. 



367 60 
116 36 
160 63 
255 35 

32 50 
205 91 

61 79 

897 32 



2,097 46 



42 75 
63 00 



43 13 


12 75 


16 00 


22 42 


16 00 


93 


119 74 


33 75 


370 47 


239 53 


43 27 


175 25 


17 55 


475 60 


100 00 


2,700 00 


198 00 


24 55 


6 00 


3,028 55 


92 50 


76 15 


111 56 


40 20 


36 37 


72 00 


23 00 


33 53 


61 20 


85 00 


17 87 


649 38 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-199 



Burlington: Wharf, March 4- June 30, 1902. 



Conductor : Clarence Harvie, 64J d. at $2.50 ; outlay, $13.50. 



Scow man, S. Wilcox, 9 d. at $5 ; carpenter, H. K. Sandford, 47 d. at $2.25, 74 d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.45 : Card, S., 30 ; Fuller, IT., 45| ; Sandford, L., 43f ; H., 51£ ; J., 43 ; 
Leonard, 50J ; Young, W., 43, Win., 60£, D. t 44| 

Carp,. ntcrs, days at $1.00 : Young, A,, 62£, L. GOV 

Blacksmiths, days at $1.45 : Armstrong:, Ct., 20| ; Sandford, A., 47V ... 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Card, C, 40| ; Card, L., 53 ; Young, Ed., 33V 

Teamsters, 2 d. at $2.25, 2V d. at $2.50 ; boatmen : 1 d. at $2, \ d. at $1.50 ; carpenters, 20? 
d. at $1 .50, 9£ d. at $L35 ; labourer, 1 d. at $1.25 

Wilcox Bros.: 3,075 lbs. ref. iron at 2|c; 88 lbs. manilla rope, at lOVc; sundries, $10.01 

Ballast stone : 1,239^ tons at 40c; put on scow, 130V tons at 16c, 06 tons at 20c; sundry car- 
tage, &c, $10.20 ; paid as follows : Blackburn, H., $39.20 ; Blackburn, C, $34 ; Burgess, 
Ed., $31 .40 ; Burgess, E., $00.80 ; Card, E., $10.20 ; Hazel, W., $5.68 ; Lawrence, W., 
$15.20 ; Salter, E, $146.60 ; Sandford, C, $10.10 ; Sandford, I., $66 ; Wilcox, S., $70. . . . 

Timber : hemlock plank, 23,581 ft., $100.00 ; logs, 1,151 ft. at 6c, 17,763 ft. at 5c, 1,610 ft. at 
3c, 187 ft., $7.50 ; ballast poles, 770, $163.20 ; paid as follows : Card, E., $53.35, H.H. 
S72.72; Congdon, W. B., $100.00 ; Harvie, A., $126.50, E., $52.43, W., $58.62 
Lawrence, W., $32.05: Reynolds, W., $105.50; Salter, G., $35.58, H., $23.40, R. 
|25.84, T., $53.35, W., $25; Sandford, A., $66.30, C, $60.88, H., $20.40, Hollis, $15.95, 



$ cts. 



Jas., $62.70, J., $44.53, L., $43.88, R., $25.72 and S. $72.85. 



Total, carried to page V— 5. 



Canada Creek : Breakwater, New Block, Aug. 1-Oct. 23, 1901. 

Conductor, W. J. Burgess, 45 d. at $2.50 ; foreman, J. Bowlby, 47 d. at $2 , , 

Carpenter, S. Brymer, 45 d. at $1 .50 ; teamster, E. Bowlby, 26£ d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : E. Bowlby, 32 ; J. Coleman, 38 ; J. Elsinor, 35 '2 

Teamsters, 28.35 d. at $2; carters and labourers, 204| d. at $1.25, 7 d. at $1 ; carpenters 

64 d. at $1.50 

Robertson, Wm., 2,030 lbs. iron at $2. 25 

Spruce logs : 6,437 ft. at 4c : paid as follows : Ed. Bowlby, $30.32 ; Jordan Bowlby, $126.76 

J. Coleman, $15. 44 ; Wm. Rawding, $25.64 ; small payments, $50.32 

Hire of iron scraper, $6 ; cutting bolts, $3.52 ; freight, $2.25 ; sundries, $15.98 

King's Printer's account , , 

Total, carried to page V— 5 , 

Cape Agnet : Boat Harbour. 

Pay-lists, Nov. 26- Jan. 8, 1892 : conductor, Chas. V. Herbin, 23J d. at $2 . 50 ; outlay, $14.25; 

labourers and boatmen, $243 .23 

Grimes, D., 650 lbs. iron at 4^c ; Morrison, A. E., cartage of timber, $70 

Macdonald, .Jas.: spruce, 913 ft. at 5c, 645 ft. at 2c; hardwood, 168 ft. at 8c 

Brush, 11 load? at 10c; sundry timber, 405 ft., $5.47 

Total, carried to page V— 5 

Cape Cove: Addition to Breakwater and Repairs. 

Pay-lists, July 1-Dec 31, 1901, June 1-24, 1902 : conductor, Chas. T. LeBlanc, 159 d. at $2.50 ; 
carpenters, teamsters and labourers, $1,865 .80 

Boudro, A.: cutting and pointing 4V tons iron at 4c. a lb.; logs, smith work, &c, $15.63 

Deveau, Raymond : 10,477 lbs. iron, $243.52; logs, hard, 3,832 ft. at 5c, 2,886 ft. at 6c, 
2,506 ft. at 4c. 502 ft. at 7c; soft, 8,332 ft. at 2c; bolts, timbers, &c, $38.89 

Deveau, R. J.: 14,713 ft. spruce plank at $11 ; spikes, &c, $22.74 

Ellis, Edison : 1,740 ft. 3-in. plank at $10 ; rope, &c, $2.90 

Logs : 2 664 ft. at 2c, 2,375 It. at 4c, 4,023 ft. at 5c, 1,821 ft. at 6c, and 904 ft. at 7c; paid 
as follows : Comeau, D., $37.20, J., $18.84, M., $150.12 ; Jedry, J., $27.85 ; Le Blanc, 
B., $42.20 ; LeBlanc, C. T., $77.45 ; Malette, N., $18.80 ; Malette, P., $20.27 ; Saulnier, 
P., $30.04 ; small payments, $98.60 

Total, carried to page V — 5 , , , 

Cape Negro Island : Repairs to and Extension of Breakwater, 
July 1-16, 1901. 

Foreman, Levi Perry, 14 d. at $2 ; outlay, $11 ; labourers, 109 d. at $1.25 .- 

Atwood, H. : 1,400 lbs. iron at $2.75 ; making 966 lbs. iron into bolts at l^c 

Total, carried to page V— 5 . 



171 71 
165 75 


618 31 
196 80 
111 27 
158 lo 


58 35 
93 73 



540 18 



1,376 46 
3,499 99 



206 50 
120 00 
131 49 

416 28 
45 68 

257 48 

27 75 

73 



1,205 91 



316 23 

100 88 

71 £9 

6 57 

495 67 



2,263 30 
60 63 

949 19 

184 58 

20 30 



521 97 
3,999 97 



175 25 
52 99 



228 24 



V-200 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Caribou Island: To complete Breakwater, Jan. 3 -Mar. 22, 1902. 

Foreman, Hector McKinnon, 20 d. at $2.50 ; labourers, 38 d. at $1.25 

Stone and Brush : 309i yds. stone at 50c; 8 cords brush at 50c; paid as follows : Morrison, 
Geo. W., $49; Murray, D. R., $21; McKenzie, Geo. D. $10, Simon, $10.50; Stewart, 
Jno., $12.50 ; small payments, $55.75 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



Chebogue Point: Beach Protection Works, Sept. 2-Nov. 18, 1901. 

Conductor, Saml. Churchill, .70 d. at $2.50 ; Foreman, Chas. K. Robbins, 31 d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Fredk. Boudreau, 39f ; Arch. Brannen, 5 ; Chas. Butler, 43 ; G. E. 
Churchill, 46g ; Israel Hemron, 41 ; Jas. Purely, 8 ; Wesley Rej^nolds, 41^ ; A. L. Rob- 



bins, 30^ ; L. Smith, 7 ; Hy. Sonia, 43i ; Saml. Surette, 31^ 



Teams, days at $1.25 : G. E. Churchill, 41 J ; A. L. Robbins, 38f, Chas. K. Robbins, 30 

Bain, James : horsehire, while looking after materials, labour, &c, 17 d. at $1 . . , 

Cann, Hugh & Son : towing raft logs, Yarmouth to Chebogue, 2 trips at $15 

Clements, Comfort: spruce logs, 10-in. at top, 4,518 ft. at 54c; 3-in. spruce deals, 3,000 ft, 



at $12. 



Crowell, S. A. & Co.: iron, 1,525 lbs. at $2.35, 840 at $2.25 ; hardware, $9.27 , 

Robbins, Austin L. : ballast poles, 186 at 16c ; 8-in logs, 10 of 20 ft. long at 5c a ft. ; deals. 



76c. 



Robbins, Chas. K. : ballast poles, 184 at 16c ; 8-in. logs, 20 of 10 ft. at 5c a ft. ; sundries 
$2.98 

Small payments: smithwork, $12.02; hauling deals 8 miles, 3,000 ft. at $2 per M.; use of 
boat, 15 d. at 20c ; use of clamps, $1 ; manilla rope, 33^ lbs. at 14c ; block for hoisting 
ballast, $2.75 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



Cheverie : Extension of Breakwater. 

Timber: hemlock, spruce and pine, 1,364 ft. at 7£c., 2,933 ft. at 7c, 705 ft. at 6^0., 4,921 ft 
at 6c, 983 ft. at 5gC ; ballast poles, 4,367 ft. at l^c ; paid as follows: Harvie, Jas., 
$42.48, Theodore, $172.67 ; Salter, R. P. W., $245.56; Sanford, A., $77.05, H., $68.87, 
L., $152.81; Wilcox, R., $8.79 



Total, carried to page V— 5. 



Cliipman's Brook: Extension to Breakwater. Aug. -Nov., 1901. 

Conductor, J. A. Kinsman: 54 d. at $2.50; amount deducted, June, 1900, on account of 
over expenditure on work of repairs (appropriation, $1,000, pay-sheets and accounts, 
$1,027.68) $27.68 , • 

Foreman, John R. Neville : services, 56 d. at $2 ; freight on iron, $5 ; hardware, $13.11 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : James Misner, 20 ; Joseph Misner, 31 3. . 

Blacksmith, Percy Neville, 15 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25: John Arnold, 37 '5, Jas. Houghton, 38 8, Tim. Kirby, 42 3, Thos. 
Russell, 18, Saml. Sarsfield, 11, J. W. Thorpe, 18^ 

Teams, days at $3 : John Foote, 9£, Allan Pines, 18 ' 5 

Labourers, &c, 7 payments under $8 

Calkin, T. P. & Co.: |-in. rd. refd. iron, 1,005 lbs. at 2£c; sundry hardware, $3.25 

Robertson, Wm., & Son : screw bolts and washers, 527 lbs. at 5^c; iron, 3,570 lbs. at $2.25, 
600 lbs. at $2.30 ; clinch ringc, 40 at lGic 

Spruce and hemlock, 203 ft. of 12-in. at small end at 5c, 9,226 ft. of 9-in. at 4c, 200 ft. of 
7in. at 3c, 5,881 ft. of 5 in. at 2.\c, paid as follows : James Arnold, $84.34, John L. Ar 
nold, $31.74, Tim. Kirby, $10.28, Geo. Mahar, $6.40, James Misner, $15.70, Joseph 
Misner, $11.58, John R. Neville, $286.54, Allen Pineo, $27.66, Dan!. Sarsfield, $34.81 
Saml. Sarsfield, $14.64, Alex. Thompson, $8.50 



$ cts. 
97 50 

158 75 



256 25 



237 00 



421 88 

145 00 

17 00 

30 00 

284 49 
64 02 

40 52 

42' 42 



29 46 



1,311 79 



768 23 
768 23 



162 68 

130 11 

76 95 

22 50 


207 59 
84 00 
27 24 
25 86 



Small payments : rent for tool house, 50c; smithwork, $2; hardwar< 
crossing land to get ballast rock, $2 ; cartage and freight, $4. 20 . . , 

Total carried to page V— 5 



$16.25: privilege of 



128 40 

532 19 
24 95 



1,422 47 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-201 



Clark's Harbour, IV. S.: To complete break water and remove rock* from 
channel, July 15 -Oct. 2>, 1901. 

Foreman, Geo. H. Smith, 76 d. at $2.50 ; conductor, Smith A. Nickerson, 83 d. at $2.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Atkinson, Jer., II 1 ,; Blades, Cliffofd, 24 ; Callishaw, Win., 38 
Crooks, Ceo. W., C9A ; Daley, Jas., 52'. ; Gardiner, David, 52J ; Goodwin, Thos., 57i ; 
Jones, Phillip, 5J 1 ; Kenny, Alf., 50, Stanford, 2l£ ; Lowe, Chas., 37,} ; Murphy, Frank, 
52; McKinnon, Arthur, 44, Randal, 32. j- ; Newell, Arnold C, 21£, S. G., 1, Win. H.,C12; 
Nick. -,on, Alfred S., r>r> ■ , Joshua, 53.',, Lovitt, 28, Lyman, 444, McCallum, (55:',, Oscar 
3S|, Owen, 48, Seth 1L, G.V-, Clayton, 34, Cyrus, 67i, Freeman, 43, Hadvin, 23?,, Jason, 
54}, Zeph., 58| ; Osburne, Albert, 4, Jas., 22 ; Rennehan, Richd., 48£ : Smith, Arthur B., 
26, Ait., 22, Samuel, 50, Spencer, 51,j, Vincent, 41; Symonds, F., 5 ; voucher outstand- 
ing-, SI. 25 

Errand boy, Eugene Nickerson, 53 d. at 50c ...'.*. .".."." ." .*."."." 

Brannon, John : sharpening iron, G05 lbs. at la; 15S lbs. bolts and 1 sharpen in [g," $5.50;' smith- 
work, $16.78 . ....... .. 

Cape Island SS. Co.: towing logs to Clark's Harbour, 1,425 from' Jordan at 55c, 131 "from 
Bear Point at 15c; special trip to Lockport for scow, §45 

Cape Sable Packing Co.: f and g in rd. iron, 6,013 lbs. at $2 6~> ; sundries, $6 ! 28! .... 

Crowell, Thos. C: sharpening, 10,191 lbs. of iron at lc ; 419 drills at 5c; drills, 91 lbs. at 
25c. : ir< .n, 814 lbs. at $2 . 65 ; sundry sinithwork, $30. 21 

Daley, J. W.: rent of store and premises, July-Oct., 4 mos 

Moren, Seldon & Co.: 425 spruce and hemlock logs, 9 in. dia., 10,360 ' ft.' at 5Ae ; 1 045 logs' 
13,555 ft at 5.ic, 8,0C0 at 5c; 2 men 32 d. rafting logs, $64; 843 lbs. chain for rafting 
logs at 4£c 

Nickerson, Maurice A.: freighting logs, Tusket to Clark's Harbour, 400 at' 25c.'j" supervision 
ot work Hone by ''Provincial Wrecking Co." removing boulders from channel, 12 d. at $2 

Nickerson, M. G. & Co.: manilla rope, 240;* lbs. at 15c; 100 lbs. dynamite, $35; 800 detona- 
tors, $10 ; 1,000 ft. fuse, $10 ; bar iron, 1,320 lbs. at $2.(35 ; sundries, $24 05 

Provincial Wrecking Co.: drilling and blasting boulders in channel, 12 d. at $36 

Smith, James E.: logs, 1,053 ft. at 5£c, 578 ft. at 5c; 22 ballast, poles, 1,710 ft. at 2Ac '."."" 

.Sutherland, Donald, winches and gear for 2 derricks 

Tinkham, Norman : x 23 logs, 4,000 ft. at 24c; 23 ft. ballast Doles,' 4^66 'ft.' a't'kc 

Small payments : hire of 3 anchors, $2 ; hire of winch, $6 ; 2 oars, $2 ; dorey, $3 '.'.'.] 

Total carried to page V— 5 



397 50 



2,083 91 
20 50 

28 33 

848 40 
105 G2 

198 72 
11 00 



1,817 26 
124 00 



Clementsporl : Removing obstructions, Aug. 31-Nov. 3, 1901. 

Conductors, A. S. Burns, 70 d. at $2.50 ; less over expenditure, $4 30 

Scowmen hours at 20c: Onslow Berry 126, Wallace Berry 401,*Robt, 6'affery '392,"perkins 

Dukeshire 399, Jas. Kennedy 392, Witfield Rawding 392, Ambrose Walker 385, Fred 

Wilson 392 

Shovelers, hours at 20c : Frank Corey 5, Frank Sproul ijo 

Teamsters, hours at 40c: Berry Edward 75, Geo. 80. Jas. 45;' Wiis'on Chas' 75 ' ' ' 

Berry, Edward, use of plough, 10 hrs. at 10c; Dukeshire, Perkins, use of boat, $3 50 ". 

Lewis C. F., towing scows, $7 ; Rice, Thelbert, use of scow, 60 d. at 80c 

V\ eir, Harvey : use of scow, 60 d. at 75c; bringing scows to Clementsport, $4.'.'.'.'.' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Total carried to page V— 5 



Coffin's Island, N.S.: Extension of beach protection. 

Conductor, John A. Pentz, Sept. 3 d., Oct. 25J d.; Nov. 217 d., 50 2 d. at $2 50 
Carpenter, Henry A. Mouzar, 30| d. at $1.50. 
Labourers, days at $1 . 25 

21| 

Jetson 

Wl 
Teamsters: Merrill Pentz, 34* d. at $3 : Win I. A . Mouzar, 2.' d. at $2 

lumber. $4.30 

• 13 52 

^c 

rp - , towmg balance of logs, st). 

Taylor, Alex.: 5 m. iron, 3831bs. at $2.85; cutting and pointing bolts, (m at 2c; sundry 

smithwork, $3.35; freight and truckage, $1.9] ' * 

Thompson, Thos. T.: use of derrick, 4 ( .) d. at 50c. ; truckage, 50c ...... 

Total carried to page V — 5 





150 08 


432 00 


129 61 


30 00 


230 00 


13 00 



6,685 93 



170 70 



575 80 


35 00 


110 00 


4 50 


55 00 


49 00 


1,000 00 



125 50 
46 12 


377 79 

109 75 

198 55 

26 95 

45 07 

10 00 


28 25 
25 00 


992 98 



V-202 



AUDITOR GEXERAUS REPORT, 1901-190' 

2-3 EDWARD VII.. A. 1903 



Oouieau, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Conductor, Jos. Aug. Comeau, Aug. 26-Nov. 23, 1901, 50| d. at $2 . 50. 

Carpenters : Volusien Comeau, 34^ d. at $1.50 ; Vincent Saulnier, 29 d. at $1.25 ; Fidelis C. 

Brodeau, 21 d. at SI ; John R. Comeau, 13J d. at $1 

Blacksmith, Isidore Comeau, 32| d. at .$1 . 25 

Labourers, days at $1 : Comeau, Ambroise C. 15, Augustin G. 23, Edmond V. 26, Johny 

C. Hi Lezin A. 14£, Louis A. 10£, Louis C. 31f, Roger 13|, Theophile C. 17& Ulysse 

C. lOi, Saulnier, Hilarion V. 20 ; 7 small payments, §53 , 

Hire of teams, days at $1 : Comeau, Albert 8. 3i, Augustin G. 8, Louis C. 4i, Isidore G. 10, 

Octave H. 2f, Tim F. 3^ \ 

Comeau, A. H.: 100 lbs. of 10 in. iron spikes, $4.25; bolt ends, 189 lbs. atCc; £-in. iron, 

2,199 lbs. at $2.25, 123 at $2.30 ; sundries, $4.17 

Robichaud, Elise J., 3 in. plank, 2,000 ft. at $10 .50 

Spruce logs, 845 ft. of 10 and 11 in. top at 6c, 4,536 ft. of 9 in. top at 5c, 162 ft. of 7 in. top 

at 3c, 2,475 ft. of 5 in. top at l|c; paid as follows: Comeau, Ambroise C. $33.40, 

Augustin G. $30.68, Augustin R. $43.27, Clif B. $10.48, Edmond V. $10.47, Francis F. C. 

$23.65, JeremieM. $11.46, Hilaire $11.35, Innocent M. $16.75, Isidore $13.21, Tim. F. 

$23.38 ; Doucet, Belonie L. $16.88 ; LeBlanc, Tecelin J. $11.05; 11 payments under $9, 

$63.44 

3 small payments : 3 in. plank, 943 ft. at $10 ; coal, 3 brls. at 75c; paint brush, 40c; 1 in. 

iron, 162 lbs. at $2.35 ; rings, 21 lbs. at 10c , : 



Total, carried to page V— 5. 



Comeaa's Mill, N.S.: IBreak water. 

Conductor, Reuben H. Gardner, June 5-Aug. 8, 1901, 56 d. at $2.50 

Foreman, Theophilus Jacqnard, 47 d. at $1.50 ; blacksmith, John Porter, 39 d. at $1.50. . 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Clements, Albert 21|, Archangel 4J, Edward 8, Frank 24, George 
34i, Jos. 22 ; Deviller, Arthur 33£, David 8, Geo. 23, Jarvis 22, John R. 4H, Stephen 
11 ; Fitzgerald, Anselin 10, Anthony 6|, Geo. 2G% John F. 38^, John R. 25, Michael 274, 
Reuben 28|, Samuel 4, Simon 9 ; Harris, Jas. 20 ; Jacqnard, Edward, 28 ; Muise, Dom. 
31; Newell, Moses 22^ ; Porter, Syl. 22£ ; Saulnier, Gilbert, 26£; Smith, Brandon 14£, 
Foreman 9, John 9 ; Surette, John 28| , 

Teamsters, days at $2.50: John T. Cook 4, John C. Doucett 15, Dennis Fitzgerald 16^, 
Samuel Fitzgerald 27^, Cornelius Harrington I62-, F. Porter 7, Maglore Saulnier 27§, 
Jonathan Smith 2, Horace Vanhorn 7 

Coffin, Judson : stone drags, 5 at $3 ; 12 ft. logs, 5 in. at top, 175 ft. at 5c 

Crowell, S. A. & Co.: 210| lbs. manilia, $31.58 ; powder, 2 kegs at $4.80; sundries, $18.72. 

Gardner, M. J.: horse-hire, 5 trips to Yarmouth at $2; cartage, $4 ; hardware, $1.71 

Hatfield, S. J. & A. M., 1,000 ft. plank (for scow) 

3 small payments : use of stone lifter, 17J d. at 40c; hauling plank, &c, $4 ; 7 bags Acadia 
coal, $2.95 



Total, carried to page V— 5. 



Comeauville : Repairs to Breakwater. 

Conductor, Louis J. LeBlanc, July 10-Nov. 8, 1901, 97 d. at $2.50; less $4.33 for over 

expenditure .' 

Foreman, John B. Melaneon, 80f d. at $1.50 

Blacksmiths : Aug. Melaneon, 68| d. at $1.25 ; Zozime Comeau, 23 d. at 




ments, $63 

Carter, days at $1 : Chas. L. Comeau, 11J 

Carters witn teams, days at $2 : Comeau, "F. T. C. 12, Hilaire C. 5, Jos. H. 32| ; LeBlanc, 
Tecelin 13 ; Theriault, Chas. A. 10^, Edie 18^, Irene 11^, Willie 15^ ; 4 small payments, 
. g22 

Comeau, A. H.: g-in. refd. iron, 800 lbs. at $2.30 ; sq. wrought spikes, 200 lbs. at $4.25 

Comeau, E. L.: iron rings, 103 lbs. at 10|c; bolt ends, 120 lbs. at 5c; sundries, $6.31 

Comeau, Frs. T., rope, 18 lbs. at 13c 

Flooring, 11,190 ft. at $12; spruce logs, 2,448 ft. of 10 and 11 in. top at 6c, 4,179 ft. of 10 in. 
top at 5c, 1,600 ft. of 9 in. top at 4c, 150 ft. of 6 in. top at 2c, 7,257 ft. of 5 in. top at 
l^c ; paid as follows : Boudreau, Philip M., $52.97 ; Comeau, Aug. A. $29.33. F. T. C. 
$31 36, Francois T. $70.22, Hilaire C. $26.57, Innocent $21 . 1 6, Philip D. $26.05 ; Gaud et, 
Edie $43.22, Moise N. $49,76; LeBlanc, Ambroise $14.38, Tecelin $52.38; Melaneon, 
John H. $31.90, Jos. M. $25.31, Luc M. $42.36; Theriault, Albert $10.88, Chas. A. 
$33.24, Cyriac A. $14.86, Irene $26.29 ; 11 payments under $10, $63.73 

Total, carried to page V— 5. ..... - 



$ cts. 

126 25 

122 50 
40 30 

245 75 

32 00 

72 05 
21 00 



319 47 
17 99 



997 31 



140 00 
129 00 



793 18 



307 50 
23 75 
59 90 
15 71 

12 00 

13 95 



1,494 99 



238 17 
121 12 
108 62 

300 25 



243 50 
11 50 


258 50 

26 90 

23 13 

2 34 



665 97 



2,000 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-203 



Cribbin's Point, N.S.: Repairs to Wharf. 



Foreman, John R. Boyd, Juno 13- Aug. 24, 1901, 43 d. at $2.60 

Foreman, Donald H. McDonald, Sept. 19-30, 1901, 10 d. at $2.50 

( 'arpenters, days at *?1.75 : Donald H. McDonald 3, John A. McGillivray 27 

Carpenters, days at $1.60 : Angus R. Boyd 20, Alex. McDonald 25, Donald H. McDonald 13. 

Carpenters and qoarrymen, days at $1.60: Boyd, Allen It. 34, Angus A. 10, Angus I). 26, 
Angus R. 14, Hugh R. 19, John A. 7, John H. 23£ ; Chisholm, Colin, 29; Delaney, 
Walter, 20; Gillis, Arch., 15 ; McDonald, Alex J. 15, Angus 9, Hugh 31 ; McDougall, 
Dougald 13, John 15£ ; McGillivary, Allan D. 10, Angus 24, John J. 32, John S. 38i, 
Ronald 22; McLellan, Arch., 1G ; McNeil, Angus 38, Dan C. 20, John J. 10i, Michael 
25; Ring, Michael, 31 j Smith, Alex., 19; Wallace, Dan 10, Wm. 13^ ; 13 small pay 



ments, $67.60. 



Labourers, days at SI. 25 : Boyd, Dan A., 9 ; Cameron, Dan A., 10£ ; McDonald, Angus H 
11',. John H., 14£, Michael 12; McDougall, John, 12£ ; McEachern, John L., 11 
McGillivray, Hugh 12J, John J. 9£; Mclsaac, Angus, 13£ ; McNeil, Hugh, 15J ; Wallace 
John, 10 ; 25 small payments, $96 , 

Labourers, days at -SI : Colin McDonald 1, Dougald Mclssac 2 

Labourer with boat, Angus McGillivray, 20 d. at $2 ; boatman, Angus Mclsaac, 3 d. at $1.50 

Waterboys: Andrew Neil Boyd, 10 d. at 50c, 20 at 75c; Colin Boyd, 15 d. at 75c, Willie 
McDonald, 7 d. at 75c . 

Double teams, days at §2.75 : Boyd, Ronald A. 3, Ronald R. 5 ; Cameron, Dan A. 3, Hugh 
A. 1 ; McDonald, Colin M. 9*, John 2, John A. 7, John D. 27i, John H. U : McEachern, 
John L., 11 ; Wallace, Dan, & 

Single team, days at 82 : Ronald A. Boyd 1, Hugh A. Cameron 4, Alex. J. McGillivray 2 . . 

Boyd, Alex. R.: heading, cutting and pointing bolts, 5,594 lbs. at lfc., 2,829 lbs. at 2c; 35-in. 
bolts, headed and threaded, with nuts, 396 lbs. at 5c; repairing and sharpening drills, 
$7.20 ; sundry smith work, 87.25 

Boyd, John H.: plank, GS3 ft. at $15 ; 10-in. spruce ties, 81 ft. at 10c; spruce, 470 ft. at 10c. 

Brophy, James : rope for block, §17.51 ; sundries, 30c 

Kirk, D. G. ($425.60)— 

Iron, 9,154 lbs. at 3c; powder, 9 kegs of blasting at $3.50, 2 kegs of F.F.O. at §5 

Fuse, 14 coils at 50c; rope, 98 lbs. at 20c; 9 crank augers, §10.00 

Steel, 47 lbs. at 15c; cross-cut saws, 2 at §2 ; cant hooks, 4 at §1.50 

Clay picks, G at 80c; steel shovels, G at 90c; sundries, §15.10 

Paid Thos. H. Peeples freight on timber, §20 ; paid John R. Boyd, landing timber, §8.50. 
Commission on 828.50 at 5 p.c ' 

McDougall, Dougald : 8 x 9-in. hardwood, 50 1. ft. at 15c; 3 x 4-in. hardwood, 420 ft. b. m. 
at §15 

McEachern, John L., 22-ft. spruce ballast poles, 242 ft. at 5c 

McGillivray, Alex. J.: 1 keg powder, §5.50 ; boards, 84.30 ; sundry hardware, $6.08 

G payments under §10: rent for building to keep tools, §5 ; 10-in. spruce ties, 77 ft. at 10c; 
drag, §3 ; trucking, powder, scraper, anchors and chains, §12 ; hire of anchors and chains, 
12 d. at 75c 



Less— Paid in 1900-1 on account of June pay-list (page V— 150, 19C0-1). 
Total carried to page V — 6. . , 



Delap's Cove : Repairs to Pier, Sept.-Nov., 1901 



Conductor, W. C. Wardworth, 28 d. at §2.50, less 95c for over-expenditure 

Carpenters : Jacob Dukshar, 28£ d. at §1.25 ; Richd. McCaul, 3\ d. at §1.25 ; David Oliver 

27| d. at §1.10 ; John C. Wardworth, 18^ d. at §1.25 

Labourers, days at §1 : John Brotheur 5f , Thos. Dukshar 7^, John Roop 5£, E. R. Sproul 7^, 

Chas. Tolbut G|, Stephen Stevenson 28 ; 5 payments under §0, §17.75 ... . 

Kerr & Robertson : iron, 1,005 lbs. at §1.90 ; hardware, &c, §1.00 

Robblee, J. V.: spruce and hemlock sticks, 25 ft. long, 2,500 ft. of S-in. top at 3c, 63 ft. of 

12-in. top at 5c 

Wardworth, Corning G., spruce and hemlock sticks, 25 ft. long, 550 ft. of S-in. top at 3c, 110 

ft. of 12-14-in. top at 5c 

Spruce timber, 25 ft. long, 7-in. top, 1,300 ft. at 2k\, paid as follows : John Brochur §6.25, 

Israel Scanks 12.50, .Jacob Sims $13.76 



Small payments : freight, §1 ; use of clamp screw, §1 ; flat iron, 124 lbs. at ••%> ; haulin°- iron 

§1.50 .....; 



Total carried to page V — G. 



DigbyPier: Repairs, New Sheds, &c, July 23-Oet. 31, 1901. 

Conductor, Ralph M. Oliver, 87 d. at §3 ; less §30. G2 for over-expenditure 

Carpenters, days at §1.75: Chas. Aymar 74, Frank Dennison 80.^, Evan Dunn 81, .James 
Franklin 83£, John B. Lambertson 52 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

107 50 
25 00 
52 50 
92 so 



953 25 



27G 23 

3 00 

44 50 

3G 50 



217 26 


14 00 


188 72 


<;:. 34 


17 81 


316 12 


37 20 


J7 05 


25 30 


28 50 


1 43 



13 80 
12 10 
15 S8 



3G 70 



2,598 54 
' 230 00 

2,3G8 54 



G9 05 

92 14 

78 25 
20 69 

78 15 

22 00 

32 50 

7 22 



400 00 



230 38 
659 76 



890 14 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Digfcy Pier : Repairs, New Sheds, Sec •—Concluded. 

Brought forward , 

Carpenters, days at Si. 50 : Geo. Baxter 82|, Alex. Dillon 58, Geo. Dunn 80| 

Painter, Harry Hayden, 27£ d. at $1.50 

Building movers : Ambrose Robishaw and moving apparatus, 6 d. at $5 ; Leonard Comeau 

and horse, 6 d. at S3 , 

Dunbram, C. F. ; paint, 36^ gal. at $1.90, 6| gal. of priming at $1.80 ; raw oil, 19f gal. at $1 ; 

5 paint brushes, $3 . 85 ; sundries, $6 .55 , , 

Milberry, J. F. : spikes, 11 kegs at $3.50, 473 lbs. at 4c. ; nails, 3 kegs at $3.50, 115|lbs. at 4c. ; 

No." 1 rollers, 5 pr. at $1, 11 pr. at $1.25; track, 180 ft. at 8c. ; sundry hardware, $7.76. . 
Oliver, M. L. & Son ($1,744.83)— 

Framing timber, 69,000 ft. at $13 ; battens, 9,050 1. ft. at 75c. a 100 

Pine, planed, 2,524 ft. at $19 ; spruce, planed, 5,500 ft, at $15 ... . 

Window frames, 19 at $1.30 ; 30 light windows, 7 at $3.80, 6 at $3.75, 3 at $3.25 

Sheathing, 1,650 ft. at $23, 400 ft. at $25 ; knees, 20 at 75c, 400 lbs. at 5|c 

Matched roofing, 6,600 ft. at $19 ; Warren roofing 40 squares at $3.75 < 

Mooring cleats, 830 lbs. at 3^c ; washers, 360 lbs at 3c 

Screw bolts, 1,150 lbs. at 5|c. ; duck bolts, 600 lbs at 3c 

Cypress gutter, 100 ft. at 18c. ; sundry hardware, $41.13 ; sundry lumber, $25.36 

Small payments : smithwork, $11 .35 ; lumber, hardware, etc., $8.35 

Total carried to page V — 6 , 

Eagle Head : Repairs and Extension to Rreakwater, Aug. 21-Oct. 31, 1901. 

Conductor : Henry A. Monzar, 36 d. at $2.50 ; teamsters, labourers, etc., $961.87 

McClearn, Geo. S. : gunpowder, $6.25 ; nails, fuse, etc., $5.43 t 

Repairs on trolley car, $3.75; 2^ brls. coal, $1 . 65 

Total carried to page V — 6 



East Jordan: Repairs to Breakwater, Sept. 16-Oct. 14, 1901. 

Conductor, Lyle Martin, 23 3 d. at $2.50 ; sub-conductor, Wm. Turner, 20 • 8 d. at $2 

Carpenter, Albert Blackburn, 177 d. at $1.50. 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : David Crowell 16, Alonzo Frederick 19 '5, Chas. Frederick 5 '2, 

Chas. Martin 13, Jos. Martin 15 5, Geo. Mcintosh 8, Fred. Poole, 3 5, Alex. Williams 

127, Simeon Wolfe 4- 2 

Cox, Geo. A. : use of pile-driver, 9 d. at $1 ; 8-in. wire spikes, 2 kegs at $3 . 75 ; oil and rope, $2. 11. 

Freeman, H. W., 12 x 12 hemlock, 2,004 ft 

Moren, Seldon Co. : 12 x 12 hemlock, 6,550 ft. at $10 ; 20-ft. x 9-in. logs, 10 at $1 ; hauling 

hemlock, $1.50 . 

Spinney, E. K. : wire spikes, 4 kegs at $3 . 35 , 

Small payments : hauling timber out of water, $2.50 ; truckage on pile-driver from Shelburne 

$4.50 ; rent for stove, storing tools, etc., $5 ; smithwork, $6.58 , . . . .:.... 

Total carried to page V — 6 , 



Ecum Seeusn Wliarf. 



Reid & Archibald, contract complete. 
Inspector of work, Geo. E. Publicover, Au£ 
Advertising , 



1-Oct. 5, 1901, 57 d at $2.50. 



Total carried to page V — 6 



Faulkner's Creek: Wharf, April 1-RSay 30, 1902. 



Conductor, A. W. Cummings, 453 d. at $2.50 ; outlay $21.15 

Labourers, carpenters, etc , 

Corbett, Geo. : brush, etc., $15.90; Douglas & Co., 1,289 lbs iron at $2.25 ; sundries, $18.08., 

Cummings, C. N. : 10,900 ft. timber at $9 ; 724 ft. piling, 1,800 ft. deals, $18.90 ; hardware, 
etc., $27.14 

Faulkner, A. D. : 947 loads of gravel at $2 ; hauling timber, 7,400 ft. at $2.50 

Morrison, John : 305 screw and dump bolts $35.69 ; sundries, $10.53 

Stairs, Wm., Son & Morrow : 255^ lbs. washeis at 2^c. ; iron, etc., $12.20 

Timber: 6,000 ft. blank at $10.50; 2,285 ft. spruce deals at $10 ; 1,513 ft. piling at 5c. 
sundry, $5.70; hauling, $17.37 ; paid as follows : Morrison, T. W., $27.80; Fraser, J. A., 
$63 ; Flannigan, Thos, , $19 ; Dawson, Chas. , $44 . 85 ; small payments, $29 .92 

Spikes, 137 lbs., 7-in. at 3^c. ; 88 lbs. wire, $2. 11 ; auger, 75c. 

Total carried to page V — 6 



$ cts. 

890 14 

331 87 
41 25 

48 00 

110 75 

113 46 

964 S8 

130 46 

.83 55 

84 95 

275 40 

39 85 

81 25 

84 49 

19 70 

3,300 00 



1,051 87 

11 68 

5 40 



1,068 95 



99 85 
26 55 



121 97 
18 61 
24 05 

77 00 
13 40 

18 58 



400 01 



3,950 00 

142 50 

6 00 

4,098 50 



134 40 

679 22 
62 98 


187 58 
37 44 
46 22 
19 22 


184 57 
7 66 



1,359 29 



PI BLIO WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITl RE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-205 



Friar's Head: Boat Harbour, July 9-Sept. 26, 1901. 

Fur. mail. Jos. Desveaux : services, 35 d. at $2.50 ; storage on cement, 135 brls. at 3c 

Mason, Am£dee Aucoin, 27f d. at $2 

( larpentera, days at $1 .50 : Simon Shorn ph 314;, Wm. Shomph 20 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Arsenault, Peter, 17; Chiasson, Isidore, 21; Cormier, Alex. 8, 
Jos. 12, Thos. 14^ ; Delaney, Edwd, 19£ ; Desveaux, Fred. 24*, Patk 28£. Severin 15 ; 
Doucet, Peter S., Sh ; LeBlano, Stephen, 12; Poirier, Hyp., 9£ ; 25 payments under 
$10, $90.84 

Aucoin, Amedee : gravel, 26 1 brls. at 3c. ; rope, 26 lbs. at 10c '. 

Chiasson, Moses, freight on cement, 110 brls. at 30c 

Deagle, Path., smith work and loan of tools 

Dunn, John : 1-in. spruce, 1,079 ft. at $1.40 ; 8 x 4-in. spruce braces, 50G ft. at $1.40 

Kirk, D. G. : cement, 59 brls. at $2.55 ; insurance, $1.60 ; commission at 5 p.c, $7.60 

Munro, John : nails, 1 keg at $3.80 ; spikes, 1 keg at $3.80 ; rope, 50 lbs. at 16c 

Trucking sand and gravel, 78$ d. at $2: Jos. Cormier $9, Arsene Desveaux $10, Fred. Des- 
veaux $17, John S. Doucet $9, Martin Doucet $9 ; Peter S. Doucet $11 ; 26 payments 
under $9, $92 

Trucking' cement, 25 small payments, in all 135 brls. at 25c 

16 small payments : 12 ft. poles, 6-in. dia. small end, 50 at 36c. ; lumber, posts, &c, 2,12664 
ft. at $] .40 per 100; sundry spruce, $10.56 ; 150 poles, $2.25; hire of chain, 25c. ; hard 
w are, $] . 62 ; landing and storing cement, 4 d. at $2 

Total carried to page V— 6 



Gabarus Breakwater. 

McDonald, Hugh, contract work complete 

Inspector of works, James Hardy, June 20-Dec. 10, 151 d. at $2.50. 

Total carried to page V— 6 

Georgcville: Repairs to Wliarf, Sept. 6-30. 1901. 

Foreman, Dan. J. Mclnnis, 16^ d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : John A. Gillis 15$, Dan. A. Mclnnis 15^, Angus McPherson 11^, 
Hugh J. McPherson 14J 

Carpenters, days at $1.40 : Jas. A. Gillis 14J, Dan. A. McDonald lljt, Rory McDougald 11, 
Alex. J. Mclnnis 14£, John J. Mclnnis 9£. Neil Mclsaac Hi, Dan. McLean 10^, John 
H. McNeil 10, John J. McNeil 12 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : John P. McDonald 10, John McNeil (tailor) 8, Hugh J. McPher- 
son 11 ; 22 payments under $10, $102.45 

Labourers, 13 days in all at $1 : 4 payments of $3 each and 1 of $1. ..... . 

Teams, John D. Mclnnis : double team, 10 d. at $2.75 ; single team, 6£ d. at $2. . . . 

Hanrahan, Jos., smithwork, $15.05 ; Kirk, D. G., iron 550 lbs. at 3c, hardware $9.60 

Round timber, 9-in. top, 22 and 25 ft. long, 845 ft. at 10c. ; 3-in. covering, 10 and 20 ft. long, 
2,400 ft. at $13.75 per M. ; spruce ballast poles, 23 ft. long, 6-in. top, 2,300 ft at 3c, paid 
as follows :— Arch. Gillis $27.85, John A. Gillis $10, Rory McDougald $15, Alex. J. Mc- 
lnnis $36.05, Dan. A. Mclnnis $31.05, Ronald Mclnnis $7.50, Chas. McKinnon $16.60, 
John McKinnon $8.26, John H. McNeil $7.50, Malcolm R. McNeil $22.55, Hugh J. 
McPherson $4. 14 

Small payments : powder, 3 lbs. at 35c ; fuse, 34c ; spikes, 16 lbs. at 4c ; timber, 23 ft. at 
8c ; storage of tools, $2 

Total carried to page V— 6 « 



Grand Etang 



Creosoted Timber Piling on Bridge Works, July 1-1- Jan. 
30, Ularcli 10-June 27, 1902. 



Conductors : Hugh Gillis, 11 d. at $2.50 ; Simon Shomph, 21| d. at S2.50, 5^ d. at $2 

Carpenters, calkers, teamsters, labourers, &c 

Doucet, Jos. K., on account of timber 

Doucet, P. J., hardware, $7.40 ; Dunn, Jno., sawing plank, &c, $7 

Kirk, D. G. : creosoted piles, 4.008 ft. at 25Ac. ; insurance, $44.25; interest on $1,753.28 for 
80 d. at 6 p.c, $23.05 ; commission on $1,096.11 at 5 p.c. ; legal expenses. |22.50; tele- 
grams, $7 32 ; freight, $600 . 

LeBrun, < reo. : hauling creosoted timber, 2 d. at $3.50 ; piling same, Sh d. at $1 .25 ; 100 lbs. 
spikes, $3.16 

LeBrun. Thos. : manilla rope, 214; lbs. at 18c, 41.', lbs. at 173.C ; sundry hardware, $7.73 

Little, W. W. : inspection of creosoted timber, 3,099 cub. ft. at 60c per 100 ft. ; expensi 

SS. Amelia, freight on 1 pile driver and frame 



$ cts. 



91 54 
55 50 

70 *7 


327 63 
12 08 
33 00 
42 55 
22 19 

159 05 
15 60 


157 00 
33 75 


70 45 


1,097 81 



7,882 00 
377 50 

8,259 50 



41 25 
85 50 

147 00 

138 70 
13 00 

40 50 

41 15 



ISO 50 
5 87 



Carried forward. 



699 47 



92 88 

232 92 

65 00 

14 46 



1,803 97 

20 77 
18 82 
20 59 
10 50 

2,279 91 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1002 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Grand Etang: Creosoted Timber Piling on Bridge Works — Concluded. 

Brought forward 



Timber, bridge piles, samson posts, &c : 3-in. plank, 4,0G2 ft .at $3.90 per 100 ft. ; spruce, 77 
pes. at $3 ; stakes, 20 at $2.50 ; bridge piles, 27 at $1.50, 4 at $1.25 ; samson posts, 2 at 
$2, 12 at $1.50, 10 at $1.25, paid as follows: S. Arseneau $6.82, Isidore Chiasson $18, 
Jos. P. Chiasson $6, V. Chiasson $35.05, P. Cormier $1.50, S. Devaux $43.25, Jos. R. 
Doucet $18, Jno. Gillis $50, L. LeBlanc $5, Jno. Mclnnis $25.35, D. MeKinnon $6, 
Dan. MeLeod $55.95. Pierre Poirier $4.50, Stanis Poirier $73.65, Athanase Shorn ph $22, 
A. S. Shomph $11, Win. Shomph $73 . 28, Peter Steward $64 . 09 

Total carried to page V— 6 



Grand Narrows: Reconstruction of Wharf, Aug. 22-Oct. 19. May 9-Jime 

23, 1902. 

Conductors, days at $2.50 : Jno. Bryden 3, Archie McKenzie 9 " 7 

Carpenters, boatmen, teamsiers, labourers, &c. .* , 

Kirk, D. G. : creosoted piles, 1,820 ft. at 25|c; freight on same, $400; insurance, $20 ; tele- 
grams, $2.75; commission on $892.35, 5%, $44.62 ; expenses Grand Narrows, re delivery 
and payment of freight, $5.50 

Little, W. W., inspecting creosoted timber, $12.10 ; MeKinnon, D., cutting iron, 50e 

MeKinnon, Jno. Jos., work on wharf, $1.25 ; McNeil, E. A., rent of land, 8| m. at $4 

McNeil, John C: hemlock planks, floor sti'ingers, &c, 1,809 ft. b.m. at $20 per M., 3,093| ft. 
at $15, 37,002J ft. at $13.50, 5,408^ ft. at $12.50 

McNeil, Michael, spruce timber, 20 pieces at 25c 

Total, carried to page V— 6 

Grenville Centre: Wharf, Sept. 14-30, Nov. 1-Dee. 3, April 1-24, 1902. 

Conductor, J. V. Eaton, 28| d. at $2.50 ; sundry outlay, $20.25 

Engineer, Wm. Ellis, 21 d. at $2 ; carpenters, carters, labourers, &c, $342.68 

Bent, Sylvester, hemlock, 3,630 ft. at $9 per M. ft 

Calneck, Jacob, spruce piles, 8 in. diarn. at small end, 204 ft. at 4|c. 

Eaton, V., right of way to proposed public wharf at Grenville Centre 

Goodwin, Hy., spruce piles, 8 in. diarn. at small end, 2,774 ft. at 5c 

Sarty, Maynard : spruce, 208 ft. at 15c. per M. ; 10 x 10 hemlock, 2,288 ft. at $11 per M 

Troop, Archie, hauling hemlock from mill to wharf, 3,630 ft. at $2 per M 

Troop, Hugh, 3 in. spruce deals. 8,000 at $15 per M. , 

Spruce piles. 8 in. diam. at small end, 775 ft. .at 5c, paid as follows : Charles Withers, $22.35; 
Jno. Wade, $16.40 

Total, carried to page V— 6 , 

Grenville Ferry : Removal of Reef, March 13-May 31, 1902. 

Conductor, Edmund Buckle, 502 h. at 25c; teamsters, labourers, &c, $756.68 

Eaton, C. K., sundry smithwork, $18.02 ; Messenger, A. D., smithwork, $1.77 

Pickles & Mills, plank, $7.35; Pickup, J. W. W.: manilla, 65 lbs. at 17c; hardware, $38.21. 

Weatherspoon, W. H., use of winch, $5; West, H. A.: dynamite, 106 lbs. at 25c; sundry, 

$9.20 

Total, carried to page V— 6 , 

Halifax Graving Dock : Subsidy. 

Halifax Graving Dock Co., Ltd., London, Eng.: subsidy for year to Sept. 30, 1901, under 
.Act 45, Vic, Cap. 17 (being 12th annual payment out of 20) 



Harrington Cove: Wharf, Sept. 17-Nov. 28, 1901. 

Conductor, Wm. S. Atkins, services, 39J d. at $2.50 ; horse hire, $4 ; freight, &c, $4.33 

Carpenter, Geo. H. Mosher, 21* d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Atkins, Burton, 23^, Chas. 31, Fred 19, Geo. W. 31, Jos. 31, Reu- 
ben 31, Thos. 26, Wm. H. 31; Battist, Jeff, 28'9; Gammon, John, 31; Hartling, Jas., 
25i; Jewer, Alex., 28 '9, Robt. 28 '9, Wm. 28i ; Shiers, Andrew, 24§, Clarence 20; 
Snow, Wm., 12| ; Turner, Geo., 29 

Labourer, Wm. Hartley, 25£ d. at $1 ; hoiv-e hire, Fred Atkins, 3| d. at 75c 

Carters, days at $2 : Fred Atkins, 1\ ; Ned Atkins, \\ ; Hector Smiley, 4J 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
2,279 91 



519 44 



2,799 35 



31 75 


40 11 


936 97 


12 60 


35 25 


649 82 


5 00 


1,711 50 


91 50 


384 68 


32 67 


9 18 


250 00 


138 70 


28 28 


7 26 


120 00 



38 75 

1,101 02 



882 18 
19 79 
56 61 

40 70 

999 28 



10,000 00 



107 OS 
32 25 



601 63 
28 13 
27 00 



796 09 



FUBUO WORKS D8PARTMEWT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-207 



Harrington Cove: Wharf— Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Anderson, C. TI.: steamer Pckin for towing raft from Port Dufferin, 960 ; spruce deals, 300 
I i . a1 $12 : 6 braces and 2 wailings, 770 ft. at f 16 , 

Robertson, Wm. & Son : screw bolts, 738 at 5^c.; dump bolts, 636 at 3]c; 7 in. wire nails, 4 
kegs ao S3 ; sundry hardware, $35.60.. . . . 

Rutledge Bros.: spruce timber, 5"10 in. x 10 in., 30 ft. long and under, 14,984 ft. at $17; 
spruce logs, 9 in. at small end, 1533 ft. long, 108 at 50c; 3 in. spruce deals, 11,000 ft. at 
$10 ; sundry lumber, $2.38 

Smiley, Sector, juniper posts, 80 at 50c 

Schr. Alice A., freight on pile driver from East Chezzetcook 

:; small payments : labour on pile driver, 3 d. at $2 ; freight, $5.63 

Total, carried to pnge V— G , 



Hawk Point Inlet : Boat Channel, June 4-30, 1902. 

Foreman, Otis D. Cunningham, 23 d. at $2.50 ; labourers, 275 d. at $1.25 

Nickerson, J. L., hire of 4 anchors, $4 ; Nickerson, M. G. & Co., manilla rope, 23 lbs. at 19c. 

Anderson, Chas., hire of winch, $4.50 ; Crowell, T. G., smithwork, $18.17 

Nickerson, Harvey, Clark's Harbour, manilla rope, 100 lbs. at 15c, GO lbs. at lGc 

Cape Sable Packing Co., Clark's Harbour : dynamite, 50 lbs. at 45c; sundry, $4.90 

Total, carried to page V— .6 .,..., 



Herring Cove : Breakwater. 

Advertising, $149.99 ; King's Printer's account, $18.9G 



Ingonish, North Bay : Strengthening Breakwater, Aug. 26-Sept. 19, 1901 



Foreman, Danl. N. McDonald, 22 d. at $2.50 ; sundry travel, &c, $77.30 

Carpenters, teamsters and labourers, &c 

Forbes & Archibald : plank, 202 ft. at 5c, ; truckage, 25c 

Musgrove, Robt., screw bolts, 10 at 7Ac; McKay & Co., sundry hardware, $52.85. 

McLean, Angus, 7 pes. hardwood, $1.50 ; McLeod, Jno., hardware, $8.41 

Partridge Bros., hardware, $10.22; Victoria Steamship Co., freight on tools, $2 . . 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



lona Wharf. 

McDonald, Hugh, contract complete, $5,480 ; less $238 charged to 1902-3. 

Inspector of work, D. A. McDonald, May 9-31, 1902, 20 dys. at $2.50 

Advertising, $173.68 ; King's Printer account, $33.93 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Isaacs Harbour Wharf. 

Reid & Archibald : contract complete, $3,975 ; placing 5 extra mooring posts, $191 ; less 

paid in 1900-1901, page V— 153, $2,710 

Inspector of work, John McMillan, July 1-Aug. 5, 1901, 31 d. at $2.50 

Advertising 



Total, carried to page V— 6. 



Jones Harbour : Bepairs to Breakwater, July 10-Aug. 30, 1901. 

Conductor, Abram Lloyd, 7 d. at $2 ; teamsters and labourers, $18.75 

Bell, J. F., hardware, $3.10 ; Chivere, Win. H.. covering, $5 

Harrington, Wm. E., covering, $5; Lloyd, S. P., covering, 2£ m. at S10 ; sundry lumber, 



$13.37. 



Pierce, Jonathan, 1£ covering at $10 ; Stephens, Wm., 18 lbs. spikes, 75c. 
Total, carried to page V— 6 , 



$ cts. 
796 09 

65 87 
107 02 



421 10 
40 00 
20 00 
11 63 



1,401 7t 


401 25 

8 37 

22 G7 

24 GO 

27 40 


484 29 



168 95 



132 30 


732 98 


10 35 


53 60 


9 91 


12 22 


951 36 



5,242 00 

50 00 

207 61 

5,499 61 



1,456 00 

77 50 
6 00 


1,539 50 


32 75 
8 10 


43 37 
15 75 


99 97 



V-208 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Kempt Head Wharf. 

Reid & Archibald, contract complete 

Inspector of work, Wm. McKenzie, Nov. 6-28, 1901, 20 d. at $2.50 

Alex. Mimroe, Dec. 7-18, 1901, May 1902, 36 d. at $2.50 

Little, W. W., inspecting creosoted timber 

Advertising, $9 . GO ; King's Printers account, $2 . 97 . 

Total, carried to page V— 6 . 

Kingsport : Reconstruction of Pier, July ll-2>ec. 11, 1001, Apl. 4-June 

30, 1002. 



Conductor, Alfred Potter, 181 d. at $2.50 

Foreman, Eben Cox, 64 d. at $2.50, 81^ at $2 , 

Carpenter, teamsters and labourers 

Benjamin, John, stone, 52 tons at 50c. ; Blenkhorn & Sons, 3 adzes, $9 

Bigelow & Ells : stone ballast, 2,920 tons at 50c; hardware, timber, &c, $25.91 

Farnham, W. H.: 279 wedges, $8.37 ; sundry, $1.68. .. . 

Huntley, C. H.: trucking and making, 16,398 lbs. of bolts at l£c; smith work, &c, $26.26... 

Kinsman, R. W.: spruce stringers, 2,144 1. ft. at 6c; top flooring, 1,881 ft. at 4c; face logs, 
480 ft. at 7c; ties, 3,432 ft. at 7c; mooring posts, 382 ft. at 10c 

Nova Scotia Produce & Supply Co., Ltd.: spruce ties, 9,188 ft. at 6c, 9,876 at 7c, 768 at 3c; 
spruce flooring, 7,380 ft. at 3c, 10,481 at 4c; sawed spruce and hemlock, 63,711 at $12.50, 
8,100 ft. at $12, 300 at $10 ; round spruce face logs, 12-in. top, 3,243 ft. at 7c; iron, 5,183 
lbs. at 2hv., 12,215 at 2|c; stone, 287 tons at 50c; sundries, $97.56; teaming logs, $4; 
freight, $2.42 

Rathbun, Mark, sundries, $3 . 12 ; Tupper, B., smithwork, $8 . 50 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



Ld'Ardoise : Extension of Breakwater to the Shore. 

King's Printers Account 

li'Ardoise, West: Protection Pier at La Bells Point, Nov. 2-10, 1001. 

Conductor, Eph. Sampson, 9| d. at $2.50 ; labourers, &c, $115.22 

Findlayson, Eb., smithwork, $6.87 ; Martel, M., logs, &c, $4.40 

LeBell', S. & J.: 12 kgs, $4.20; 130 tons of stone, $35.10. 

Matheson, D. K., 425 lbs. iron at 2^c ... 

Total carried to page V— 6 

Lennox Passage: Dredging Carey's Passage, Oct. 7-Nov. 30, 1001, June 

16-30, 1002. 

Conductor, David McNamara, 45 d. at $2 . 50 

Lai tourers, carpenters, &c 

McKillop, Dan.: bolts, 552 lbs. at 5c; smithwork, $2 

Logs, 77 at $1, 30 at 90c, 40 at 60c, 78 at 35c; ballast flooring, 92 at 15c; hardwood fenders, 
25 at 70c; paid as follows : McNamara, Austen $155.25, David $10.15, Ed. and Patrick 
$10.70, John and James; $10.50 

Hardware, $3 ; 590 ft. hemlock boards, $6.79 ; 20 pes. ballast flooring, $5 

Total carried to page V— 6 

Lingan, N.S.: Beach Protection. 

Foreman, John Burke, Dec 16, 1901-Mar. 12, 1902, 64 d. at $2.50 

Sub-foremen, days at $1 . 50 : Michael J. Burke 49 ■ 7, Wm. J. Burke, 49 • 9 

.Labourers, days at $1.25 : Burke, Eph. 22 5, E. C. 47 '5, Ignatius 47 '7, Michael 29 7, Theo- 
philus30"4; Cahal, Jas. 183; Cumrnings, John 26 "2; Forward, Ambrose 29 " 9 ; Grace, 
David 263; Hall, Jos. 357, Protas 114, Richd. 126, Wm. 14 : Kelly, John 20, John 
T. 9-5, Jos. 30 1 ; Lee, Thos. 95; Marsh, Alonzo 33' 9; McNeil, Michael 36' 1 j Quinn* 
John 28' 1 ; Ryan, Michael 7 ; Sampson, Chas. 11 '4 

Single teams, days at $2: Burke, Leo 37£ ; Campbell, Allen 234; Carroll, Martin 29 '65, 
Thos. 18 8; Forward, Ehiot 23" 2: Tallivan, John 12; Grace, Jos. 28 1, Patk. 305; 
Hall, Ambrose 31 '8; Handergan, Walter 10'7; Lee, Thos. i l\; Lotiin, Mich. 2395; 
Malum, Edw. 164; McDonald, John 1 ; McKinnon, John 31 4; McNeil, Thos. 374, 
Wm. 224 ; Ryan, Mich. 12 

Burke, E. C, spruce brush, 2,375 loads at 10c , , 

Carroll, E. Thos., pointing and repairing stone picks 

Total carried to page V— 6. 



$ eta. 



4,980 00 
50 00 
90 00 
41 46 
12 57 


5,174 03 



452 50 

322 50 

2,532 19 

35 00 

1,485 91 

10 05 

231 23 

515 92 



3,681 78 
11 62 

9,278 70 



30 52 



139 59 
11 27 
39 30 
10 62 



200 78 



112 50 

463 55 

29 60 

186 60 
14 79 


807 04 


160 00 
149 40 



672 30 



778 60 

237 50 

2 00 



1,999 80 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-209 



Little Bras d'Or Wharf. 

Reid & Archibald, contract complete, $5,930, less $2,230 charged to 1902-3 

Inspector of work, Ed. J. Christie, March 29 May 6, 1902, 32 d. at $2. 50 

Little, W. W. , inspecting creosoted timber 

Advertising, $0 ; King's Printer's account, $39.38 

Total carried to page V— 6. . 

Little Narrows: Boat Harbour at Big Pond, Aug. 27-Nov. 26, 1901. 

Foreman, A. Mclver, 44 d. at $2.50 ; carpenters, labourers, teams, $450.50 

Matheson, John : 434 bolts and 1 keg 8 in. spikes, 1,312 lbs. at 4£c 

Hemlock logs, 1,356 ft. at 6c.; spruce logs, 1,188 ft. at 3c, 9G0 at 2c; 4 in. hemlock, 4,000 ft, 
at $16 ; spruce scantling, 528 ft. at Oc. ; hardwood timber, 240 ft. at 8c; 180 ft. square 
caps, $12.00 ; 200 tons stone ballast, $00 ; hire of plough, 11 d. at 50c ; sundries, $30 ; paid 
as follows: McAskill, M. J. $15.30; McAuley, Angus $11.02, M. S. $7.74; Mclver, 
Angus $48.92, Murdo $180.84, Norman $11.02 ; McLeod, Murdo $04 ; McRitchie, K. A. 
$7.74, M. B. $12.00 

Hire of scraper, $4 ; hire of scow, $8 ; 35 ft. spruce, $0 

Total carried to page V— 6 , 



Little Narrows: Bepairs to Wharf. Sept. 2-28, Bee. 3-17, 1901. 

Foreman, A. W. Ross, 35£ d. at $2.50 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $847.01 

Matheson, John : bolts, 785 lbs. of pointed at 5c, 304 of screw at 7c; smith work, $0.30. ... 

McDonald, A. S.: cedar shingles, 10 m. at $2.85, 200 ft. spruce, $2.00 

Ross, Thos. J.: 124 logs, 2,578 ft. at 6c; 15 ch use of scow, $15 ; 2 blocks for pile driver, $15; 
sundries, $44.30 

Square hemlock timber, 697 ft. at 10c; 57 hemlock logs, 1,255 ft. at 6c; 19 hardwood piles, 
594 ft. at 6c; 64 ballast poles at 10c; 20 loads stone, $2 ; boat-hire, $4 ; rope, $5 ; sun- 
dries, $29.89; paid as follows : McCaskill, M. J. $11.34; McLennan, K. $10.44; Mc- 
Leod, M. F. $11.40, M. J. $18.78, Norman $53.85 ; McRitchie, Angus A. $16.60, M. 
B. $88.40; 3 small payments, $17.06 

Totalcarried to page V— 6 

Livingston Cove: To complete Wharf, June 8-Nov. 23, 1901» 
June 6-30, 1902. 

Foreman, John A. McGillis, 106 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, labourers, teams, &c , 

Chisholm, D. J., hardware, $13.55 ; Gillis, James D., smithwork, $25.08. 

Gillis, M. T., piling wharf timber, $1.25 ; Hanrahan, Jos., smithwork, $59.59 

Kirk, D. G.: iron, 1,210 lbs. at 3c; rope, 03 lbs. at 20c; hardware, $7.83 , 

McDougall, Catharine, damages to land by hauling stone through 

Spruce timber, 2,140^ ft. at 12c; 182 spruce ties, 2,041 ft. at 9c, 2,043 at 10c; 180 ballast poles, 
4,490 ft. at 3c; birch sheathing, G,930 ft. at $18 ; spruce plank. 7,740 ft. at $13.75 ; sun- 
dry, $10.04, paid as follows : Beaton, John, $26.85; Brown, Angus, $18.45; Gillis, 
Andrew C, $15.08, Angus $15.91, Arch. $68.40, James $86.25, James D. $39.31, John 
$9.12, John A. $29.10; Gordon, James $43.15; Hanrahan, Alex $38.42, Angus $42.95, 
Richard $10.90; Livingston, John $51.53; McDonald, Dan M. $44.32, John P. $23.12; 
McDougall, Dougald $39.60, Duncan $(39.84, Rod $15.94 ; McEachern, D. $7.47 ; Mclnnis, 
Dan $9.42, John $32.01 ; Mclsaac, Neil $36.04 ; McKennon, Chas. $29.70, John $37.07 ; 
McLean, Dan $14.44 ; McMillan, John $2.52; McNeill, Chas. $39.28, Malcolm $37.30, 
Michael $17.41, Rod $13.75 ; McPherson, Angus $21.79, Dan $22.53, Hugh $11.09 

Payments for lumber, vouchers outstanding : Donald Boyd $51.10, John Boyd $39.72, Daniel 
McDonald $45.28, Rod McDonald $16.80 

Total carried to page V— 

Lockport: to Complete Breakwater, Aug. 8 Sept. 14, 1901. 

Conductor, Harris Hardy : services, 28 d. at $2.50 ; boat, $5 ; freight and truckage, 73c 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Cook, Fred 71, Nelson 27 0; Hardy, Leonard 1035, Roger 02; 

Locke, Harry 20 

Teamsters, days at $2.50 : Hardy, Howard 114;, Leonard 105 

Labourer, with boat, Gorham Freeham, 19^ d. at $1.45 

Logs, 200 ft. of 15 x 20 ft. long at 5c. a foot, at 30c, 7 of 20 ft. long at 05c. each, 10 of 12 ft. 

for $5, 12 of 10 ft. for $4.75, paid as follows: F. Farrington $12, H. Hardy, $9.75, S. 

Locke $1, S. Orchard $1.80, Robt Richardson $4. 55 



Carried forward, 



1— 14v 



$ cts. 

3,700 00 

so 00 
47 40 

45 38 



3,872 78 



500 56 
59 04 



359 18 
18 00 



990 78 



935 76 
71 03 
31 10 

228 98 



227 93 



1,494 80 



205 00 

2,397 02 

38 63 

60 84 

56 73 

5 00 



1,020 72 
152 90 



3,997 50 



75 73 

89 06 
32 24 
27 91 



29 10 



254 04 



V-210 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Lockport : To Complete Breakwater — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Stone, 43 h tons at 30c, 20 tons at 20c, 83 tons at 10c, 11 loads at 50c, paid as follows : Ira 
F. Doleman $2.25, Geo. T. Frith $5.50, H. Hiltz $8.40, C. C. Locke $8.30, N. Crowell 
$3.70, Alfred Swine $2.70 

5 small payments : trees, 580 at 75c; lumber, $1.18 ; smithwork, $1.70 ; hardware, $7.52 . . 

Total carried to page V — 6 



Lower Cove: Breakwater, April 1-June 30, 1902. 



Foreman, Chas. Como, 82 d. at $2.50 ; labourers, stonecutters, &c, $1,104.18 , 

Atlantic Grindstone Co.: fitting forge and bellows, $8 ; hammers, &c, $18.57 ... 

Burke, D. P.: freight on iron $15.30; sundries, $1.07 

Douglas & Co.: 7,576 lbs. iron at $2.20; 86 lbs. rope at 16Jc; 220 lbs. clinch rings, $22.41 ; 

sundries, $9.75 , 

Gould, Philip M.: 212 pes. sheatingat 80c; 300 ballast poles at 75c; 476 logs, 9 in. top at $1 
Melonson, Fred G., 4 axes and handles 

Total carried to page V — 6 , 



Mabou Harbour: Repairs to Pier, Aug. 26-Nov. 12, 1901. 

Conductor, John D. Beaton, 53 • 2 d. at $2. 50; sub-conductor, John D. McEachen, 53*2 d. a 
$1.75 



Labourers, days at $1.25 : Beaton, Donald D. 12 5, John 121, Sandy 10 ; Burke, Thos. 8" 7 ; 
McArthur Duncan 10 ; McDonald, Angus 106, Neil 115, Rory P. 12 6 ; McEachen 
Dougald 15 1, Hugh 31 ; McLean, John Archy 8 ; McPhee, Neil D. 21 '6; 47 payments 
under $10, $158.42 

Labourers, days at $1 : 7 payments under $10 

Single teams, days at $2 : John D. Boyle 13, Alex. McDonald 6 5, John D. McEachen 17 ; 
29 payments under $7, $77.20 

Single teams, 10 '9 d. at $1.75 ; double teams, 2 d. at $2.75 ; boat hire, 19 d. at 25c. 

Stone, 1,362| cub. yards at 50c, paid as follows : Beaton, Angus $38, Finlay J. $18.50 ; Cam 
eron, Angus $31 ; Doyle, John C. $27.50 ; McDonald, Dan D. $13.25 ; Dan J. (Red John) 
$18, Finlay R. $15, John (Angus) $31.50, Rory (Angus) $30.12 ; McEachen, Alex S, 
$15.50, Andrew S. $27, Dan R. $19, Hugh R. $19, John A. $33 ; Mclnnis, John $17.25 
Mclsaac, Angus $12; McLean, Rory $17.50; McPhee, Angus A. $10.50, John $13; 
White, James $11.75 ; 43 payments under $12, $262.88 

Brush : Mrs. Annie Campbell, 3^ acres (standing) at $4.50 ; Mrs. Mary McDonald, £ acre at 
$6 ., 



Total carried to page V — 6, 



Klaliginant (Jove : Boat Harbour. 

Conductor, Hubert Bonvie, July-Oct., 1901, 9if d. at $3 

Foreman, Donald Grant, 5| d. in Dec, 2 d. in Jan. at $2.50 a day 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Bigby, Angus, 8; Chisholm, Alex. K., 35|, Dan. M., 39, Jos., 
24|; McDonald, Alex., 28, Dougald (D. B.), 27|, Dougald M., 6% John D., 26|, 
Ronald, 23£ ; McGillvary, Dan., 65^; McNeil, Alex., 5ih, Stephen, 14; 3 paymeuts 
under $10, $18.75 , .... 

Foreman labourer, Hugh McGillvary, 8 d. at $1.50; water boy, R. A. McDonald, 5 d. at 75c 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Brown, Donald, 10 ; Chisholm, Angus, 56^ ; McDonald. Alex. D., 
9, Dan. A., 11, Hugh, 9, John A. 9, Michael A., 8i, Ronald, Uh ; McNeil, Colin, 
16, Dan. C, 73£, Jas., 3H. Jno. A., 19£ ; 18 payments undti- $10, $79.02.. 

Labourers, days at $1 : McNeil John, 11^, Peter, 4 ... 

Double team, days at $2.75 : Chisholm, Alex. (Ban), 184, D. J., 27 ; Grant, Collin, 28*, 
Dan., 191; McAdam, Alex. R., 174 ; McDonald, Alex. (B.S.), 6, Dougald M., 27J, 
Dougald R., 29i, Jas., 6, Ronald (gow), 9 ; McGillvary, Dan. J. (Miller), 8£, JohnH., 
24£, Ronald R, 12 ; McNeil, John A., 4 ; 3 payments under $9, $15.12 

Single teams, days at $2 : Chisholm, Jas. W., 10; McDonald, Alex, (gross), 5.^, John W., 
6, Lochey, 5; McGillvary, Andrew, 7 h, Dan. J., 8; Mclnnis, John, 6 ; McNeil, James, 
5 ; Ross, Will., 6£ ; 22 payments under $10, $115.50 , 

Chisholm, Jas. W., spruce timber, 300 ft. at 10c 

Kirk, D. G.: £-in. rd. iron, 1,512 lbs. at 3c; rope, 42 lbs. at 20c; spikes, &c, $4.51 

McAdam, A. R., sawing 1,800 ft. of covering and 4,599 ft. of sheathing at $4 a M 

McDonald, Jas. , smithwork 

Spruce timber, 720 1. ft. at 5c. : Dougald D. McDonald, $24 ; John A. McNeil, $12 

2 small payments : 3-in. covering, 267 ft. at $12 ; ballast flooring spruce, 132 1. ft. at 3|c 

Total carried to page V— 6 « 



$ eta. 
254 04 



30 85 
14 75 



299 64 



1,309 18 
26 57 
16 37 

213 02 

870 60 

4 75 



2,440 49 



226 28 



363 07 
32 00 

150 20 
29 32 



681 25 


17 75 


1,499 87 


275 25 
18 75 


637 09 
15 75 


409 57 
15 50 



669 52 



234 00 


30 00 


58 27 


25 59 


31 70 


36 00 


7 86 


2,464 85 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-211 



Iflargaree Harbour: Improvements. 

Excavating Rock, June 19-Nov. 21, 1001. 

Foreman, Wm. White : 125 d. at $2.50 ; boat hire at 30c. a d., $37-20 ; outlay, $12.51 

] >ivera : R. J. Sutherland, 14 d. at $3.50 ; John Aucoin, 101 d. at $2.50 

Tending divers : John Sutherland, 14 d. at $1.75 ; 1). W. Munro, 726 d. at $1.50 

Strikers, days at $1.40: Buckles, Dan.. 223; Chiasson, Felix, 32, Simon, 83; Deagle, Jas., 
24 S, John E., 43, John N., 8*3: LeBlanc, Alex., 153, Benj., 403, Camille, 105; 
Mxrise, John, 33'8, Jude, G5'8; McLennan, Dan. R., 27; McLeod, Jos., 248; 4 pay- 
ments under $10, $27.58 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Chaisson, John G., 227; Doucet, Paul, 21 "1 ; LeBlanc, John, 8'8, 
Narc, 186 ; Munro, D. W., 9 ; McDonald, Angus, 11 ; McLellan, Simon B., 142 ; Mc- 
Lennan, Dan., 24'8, Dan. N., 97, John, 93, Simon, 24; McNeil, John, 19 5; Tim- 
mons, Peter, 07 '7 ; 12 payments under $10, $57.97 



97 



Building Shear Dam, June 13- July 24, Oct. 1-18, 1901. 

Foreman, John R. McLennan, 43 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters : Donald J. Gillis, 28 65 d. at $2 ; Simon Shomph, 3 75 d. at $1.90 ; Dougall Mc- 
Farlane, 7 d. at $1.60 ; John E. Deagle, 28"9 d. at $1.40 ; John Mclsaac, 19 d. at $1.40 ; 
Donald A. McLennan, 26 15 d. at $1.40 ; Simon McLennan, 16 75d. at $1.40, 13 at $1.35 

Labourers: Geo. Deagle, 94 d. at $1.25; John N. Deagle, 15 75 d. at $1.30, 6 at $1.25; 
Henry Mudge, 144 d. at $1.25 ; Alex. McDonell, 9 d. at $1.30; Alex. McFarlane, 21 15 
d. at $1.25 ; Chas. McLean, b\ d. at $1.30, 16} at $1.25; Chas. McLeod, 10 d. at $1.35, 3 
at 81.30 ; 9 payments under $7, $34.20 ' 

Single teams, 3 payments, in all 8^ d. at $1.75 , 

Sundry Supplies and Outlay. 

Fuller, H. H., & Co.: dynamite, 6 cases of 50 p. c. at $10, 2 of 40 p. c. at $8 ; electric fuses, 
$32.86 ; caps, 75c. ; wharfage, &c, 70c 

Lawrence, W. S.: rope, 52 "55 lbs. at 18c., 14 875 at 20c; rent of building for storing dyna- 
mite, 2 mos., $5 ; hardware, &c, $7.30. , . 

LeBrun, Thos.: hire of winch, June 29- Aug. 29, Sept. 29-Nov. 29, 4 m. at $3.50 

Munro, John C: rope, 5 lbs. at 20c, 70^ at 17c, 29 at 15c; sundry hardware, $ 

McDougall, A. R. : iron worked, 3,007 lbs. at \\o.\ sundry smithwork, $13.03 

McKinnon, Alex.: 5 x 7 in. sticks, 14-20 ft. long, 590 1. ft. at 3c; 3-in. flooring plank, 506 ft. 
at $30 ; rd. spruce, 360 1. ft. of 4-in. at small end at 3c, 115 of 10-in. at 7c 

McLennan, John R.: §-in. Td. iron, 436 lbs. at $2.15 ; truckage and freight, $1.61 

Sampson, Jus., diving and hire of apparatus 

Stairs, Wm., Son & Morrow: diving dress, $G5; diver's long mitts, 2 pr. at $8; 1 can solu- 
tion, $1 ; postage, 26c 

Stone, 52H yds. at 50c, paid as follows: Peter B. Arsenault $46.62, John Blanchard $44, 
Daniel Buckles $1575, Lawrence Chaisson $17, Jedore Doucett $28.50, JohnD. Muse $17, 
Dougall McFarlane $16, Patrick McFarlane $10.50, Dan'l L. McKinnon $10.75, Alex. 
White $37 ; 4 small payments, $17.50. 

Flooring, 3-in. plank, 773 ft. at $35 : Hugh W. McKay $11.13, John A. McKay $9.45, John D. 
Mclnnis $6.47 

Spruce, 10-in. small end, 48 ft. at 8c, 547 ft. at 7c, paid as follows : Alex. McDonell, $28.91 ; 
4 small payments, $13.22 

Payments under $10: Biush, 82 loads at 5c, 81 at 10c ; 10 x 10 spruce sticks, 103 ft. at 10c. ; 
boat rent, 29 d. at 30c ; divers' and tenders' fares, $7 ; mitts, 1 pr . at 40c, 6 at 30c ; canvas, 
20c; 1 pr. diver's stockings, 75c; rent of tools, $10.10; freight and cartage on dynamite. 
&c, $13.50 ; telegrams, $1.87 ; hardware, $3.28 

Total carried to page V— 6 , . 



Margaree Island : To Complete TVliarf. 

Foreman, Donald J. Gillis: Aug. 1-Sept. 28, Oct. 12-31, Dec 3-6, 69 d. at $2.50 ; attending 
rafting, 3 d. at $2.50 

Sub foreman, Angus A. Gillis, 4H d. at $1.40 ; carpenter, Alex. Mclsaac, 47 d. at $1.50.. 

Blaster, W. Dave White, 2\ d. at $2.50 ; striker, S. R. McLennan, 2£ d. at $1.50 

Blaster, N. McPherson, 6 d. at $1.50 : labourer, A. F. McLellan, 9 d. at $1.40 

Labourer, Dan. Mclsaac, 20 d. at $1.40 ; boatman, Angus H. Gillis, 24 d. at $1.25 

Labourers, days at $1.26 : Cameron, Donald 8h, John J. 8; Fraser, Simon 8§ ; Gillis, Angus 
H. 13, John A. Hi ; McDougald, Hugh 14} ; McKinnon, Angus 18, Angus C. 20£ 
John A. 31^ ; McLellan, Donald A. 2.°4, Jos. 11 ; McLennan, Arch. 35 ; McNeil, Alex. 
19; McPherson, Norman loh ; McQuarrie, Neil 23; McRae, Roderick 14 ; Wilkins, 
D. W. 11 ; payments under $10, $137 . 00 

Labourers, days at $1 . 20 : McLellan, Fred. 9$, Hugh 9 

M./Kachen, John J. : smithwork $63.90 ; carpenter, J. A. McLellan, 2\ d. at $1.50 

McLellan, Jos A. : boat rent 3^ m., $7 ; hardware, $4.85 ; sundry outlay, $14.50 



S cts. 



302 21 
301 50 
133 40 



526 26 
383 43 

107 50 

220 29 



174 56 
14 86 



110 31 

24 73 
14 00 
21 32 
58 13 

40 93 
10 98 

78 00 

82 26 



260 62 
27 05 
42 13 

71 10 



3,065 57 



1— 14JW 



Carried forward. 



180 00 

128 60 

10 00 

21 60 

58 00 



495 23 
21 90 
67 65 
26 35 

1,009 33 



V-212 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Ulargaree Island : To Complete Wharf— Concluded. 

Brought forward , - - .... 

McPherson, Donald M. : 12-24-ft. spruce 10-in. s. e., 272 ft. at 7c. ; 15 ft. flooring 6-in. s. e., 

105 ft. at 3c 

McRae, Alex. V. & John A. Gillis : spruce covering, 1,000 ft. at $12 ; spruce caps, 220 1. ft. 

at 10c. ; hardwood fenders, 167 1. f c. at 7c. ; hardwood sheating, 119 1. ft. at 6c 

Stone, 251 cub. yds. at 50c. : Donald Allan Gillis $21, Angus C. McKinnon, $74, Neil 

McKinnon $15.50, Donald N. McLellan $15 

Spruce covering, 3,600 ft. at $12 : Hector McKenzie and James McNeil $25.20, Dan. J. 

McLellan $6, Jos. A. McLeod $12 

Twelve payments under $12 : flooring, 204 ft. at 4c, 330 ft. at 3^c. ; rafting timber, $24.40 ; 

hauling stone, 3 d. at $2 . 50 ; sawing and hauling timber, $2 : hire of anchor for month, $3 ; 

stumping machine, 4 d. at $1 ; taking declarations, $2.55 ; 17-ft. x 6-in. sticks, 225 ft. at 

3c. ; paper and pins, 17c. ; hardware, $5.79; sawing timber, $3.50 ; use of fish stage, $3. 
Detailed in 1900-1901 (Page V— 156) 

Total carried to page V — 6 . . 



Margaretville : Construction of Piers, &c., Sept, 9-Oct. 30, 1901. 

Balcom, J. A., conductor ($214.88)— 

Services, 43 d. at $2 50 

Amount of $15 struck from pay list Sept., 1901, amount of $9 here allowed 

Iron, 1,024 lbs. of f and |-in., $22.09, 3,015 lbs. of f-in., $63.80 

Augers, 2 at $1.50, 2 at $1, 1 at 80c. ; saw, $2.15 ; adze $2.37 ; £ doz. peavies, $2.17 

Sub-conductor, Isaac T. Coulstan, Sept. 16-Oct. 30, 36 d. at $1 .75 

Labourers, days at $1.40; James Cook, 30£, John Deveney, 27^, Albert Downie 1, Thomas 
Hodgins 28, John Watson 30 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Herbert Baker 22 7, John Drew 12-135, Fred. Harris 18 '1, Fred. 
Hodgins 19' 6, John Hodgins 20 1, Jas. Martin 18^. Reis McLean 23 " 05 ; 12 payments 
under $9, $48.47 

Double teams, days at $2.25 ; F. Atchison 15, R. Baker 11 8, J. T. Nixon 3 

Double teams, days at $2 : M. O. Munroe 1 

Single teams, days at $1.75: Kenneth Brown 20 15, Robt. Early 6i, Harlie Greaves 6, 
Alonzo Harris 9 " 45, John Hodgins 20 ' 75, Prior Raf use 9i, Blanch Stronach 7 ' 15, 4 pay- 
ments under $10, $16.27 

Balcom, C. E. : grindstone, $2.50 ; sundry hardware, $4.37 

Spruce and hemlock, 10-in., 6,622 ft. at 5c. ; spruce, 77 ft. of 12-in. at 6c, 197 ft. of 11-in. at 
6c, 452 ft. of 8-in. at 4c, 8,769 ft. of 6-in. at 3c ; 10-in. hewn spruce 189 ft. at 8c, 62 ft. 
at 6c ; 10-in. sq. hewn timber, 25 ft. at 10c ; spruce planks, 3 at 25c ; paid as follows : 
Jas. Aldrid $13.18, C. E. Balcom $41 . 93, R. K. Burns $22.18, J. T. Coulstan $13.77, 
Enoch Downie $14.77, Daniel Fales $52.31, Chas. Moody $14.37, Colin McLean $22 . 82, 
David McLean $70.51, Thos. McLean $117.52, Avard Pierce $26.23, Thos. Roy $71.94, 
Allison Smith $24.30, Geo. E. Watson $111.97 ; 6 payments under $10, $32.98 

Cutting and heading iron at $20 a ton : Warren Downie, $20 ; Robt. Early $10 



Less charged in error by Department to Margaret ville, repairs to breakwater. 
Total carried to page V- - 6 * 



Margaretville : Repairs to Breakwater, Sept. 1. -Oct. 30, 1901. 

Conductor, John Roy, 47 d. at $2.50 ; sub. -foreman, Chas. Moody, 47 d. at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.40 : Jas. Cook 7^, J. Deveney 7^, Thos. Hodgins 6 , 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : H. Magranaghan 21J, Will. Moody 15J, David McLean 13J, Wm. 

Roach 9h, Herman Roy 12h, Allison Smith 19 ; 6 payments under $10, $35.91 

Double teams, days at $2.25 : Wm. Harris fl£, F. McNeley 5 ; 2 small payments, $14.62 

Single teams, days at $1.75: Chas. Hodgins 6, Wm. Moody 9f, David "McLean 15, L. Roy 

12f , Fred. Smith 17i Roy Smith 17f ; 6 payments under $10, $35.86 

Early, Robt., cutting 1 ton iron 

Thorne, W. H. & Co.: f-in. rd. iron, 2,023 lbs. at $2.10 ; sundries, $4.29 

Round 8-in. spruce, 2,553 ft. at 4c 5 Chas. Moody, $5.44; Thos. McLean, $70.56 ; Allison 

Smith, $26.12. 

Small payments : frt. on 1 ton iron from St. John, $2.25 ; use of plough, $2 ; hardware, $2. . . 

Detailed with Margaret ville, construction of pier 

Total carried to page V— 6 



$ cts. 


1,009 33 


22 19 


52 83 


125 50 


43 20 


82 97 
63 11 


1,399 13 



107 50 

9 00 

85 89 

12 49 

63 00 

163 10 



216 44 

67 05 

2 00 



155 38 
6 87 



650 78 

30 00 



1,569 50 
9 00 



1,560 50 



199 75 

29 40 

150 23 
40 49 

173 20 

20 00 

46 77 



102 12 
6 25 


768 21 
9 00 



777 21 



rUBLIC "WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-213 



Margaretvillc: Completion of Eastern Breakwater, Nov. 5-Dcc. 11, 1901 

Conductor : J. A. Balcom, 34 d. at 82.50 ; loss $4.41 for over-expenditure. 

Sub. -conductor, I. T. Coulstan, 31 d. at 81 .75 ; teamsters, labourers, &c, 8271 .59 

Timber : spruce, Bq., 214 ft. at 10c.; round, 159 ft. at 6c., 838 ft. at 5c, 291 ft. at 3c; paid as 

follows: McLean, 0., 168.94 ; small payments, $12.63 

Cutting and heading, 1,000 lbs. iron at $20 per ton ; repairs on tools, $2 

Total carried to page Y— 



Uleteglian Cove : Breakwater, April 1-16, July 1-Nov. 30, 1901, Aug., 1902. 

Conductor, Philemon L. Robichaud, 157 d. at 82.50 

Foremen, days at 81 .90 : M. F. Deveau, 9 ; L. F. Deveau, 105* 

Blacksmiths, carters and labourers 

Comeau, A. H. : 3, 186 lbs. iron at $2 . 25 ; 37 lbs. rope at 15lc 

German, Thou.: |-in. iron, 4,807 lbs. at 82.25; logs, 379 ft. at 6c., 1,141 ft. at 5c; 1,628 ft. 

lumber at 810 ; ton smith's coal, 87 ; sundries, 813.47 

Raymond, N. J., 4 peevies at 81.50 ; Spinney, E. K.: 4,025 lbs. iron at 82.20 ; sundries, sis. 
Logs and plank : spruce logs, 5,392 ft. at 6c, 5,516 ft. at 5c; spruce plank, 6,784 ft. at 811, 

5,000 ft. at 810 ; sundry, 812.95 ; paid as follows : Jos. J. Amerault, 818.48 ; L. Boudreau, 

820.18; J. H. Comeau, 843.39; Jos. J. Deveau, $158.18 ; T. German, 823.05 ; A. H. 

LeBlanc, $56.29 ; V. LeBlanc, 850.58 ; Jno. Melancon, 846.08 ; Jos. F. Melancon, $40.23 ; 

Chas. T. Robichaud. 828.50 ; Elise J. Rooichaud, $74.62 ; Jno. L. Saulnier, $16.26 ; A. 

Therrault, $21 ; small payments, 8139.99 

Total carried to page V— 6 



Metegnan Biver : Bestoration of BreakAvater, July 4-Dee. 12, 1901, 
June 2-24, 1902. 

Conductor, Chas. E. Robichaud, 159 d. at 83 

Foreman : Seraphin J. Comeau, 122 i d. at 82 ; labourer, &c, $1,688.93 . . 

Comeau, A. H.: ref. iron, 5,867 lbs. at $2.25, 3,390 lbs., $80.67 ; 8 augers at $1.50 ; spruce 
logs, 3,243 ft. at 5c, 3,090 ft. at 4c, 5,408 ft. at 2£c, 1,963 ft., $77.19; spruce plank, 
1,032 ft. at 811 ; sundries, $44.65 

Woodworth, Thos.: making bolts, 5,745 lbs. at he; dumps, 1,797 lbs. at l|c, 2,467 lbs. at lc, 
1,075 lbs. at fc.; smith-work, 829.20 ." 

Timber flooring, &c, 21,048 ft. at $11; logs, 346 ft. at 9c, 865 ft. at 7c, 1,083 ft. at 6c, 
4,279 ft. at 5c, 1,789 ft. at 4c; sundry, 823.44 ; paid as follows : Comeau, Win. A., $46, 
H. A. 815.28, U. B. $17.97, Valarie, 831.08 ; Deveau, Jos. J., $56.63; Robichaud, E. 
.!., S231.54; Saulnier, A., $24.75, B. T. $15, D. A. $24.36, Jno. F., $32.84, M. S. $66.34, 
S. M. $68.33; small payments, $07.04 

Total carried to page V— 6 



Minudie, N.S. : Wharf, Nov. 1-7, April 22- June 30, 1902. 

Foreman, Jas. S. Baker, 53 j d. at $2.50 ; carpenters, teamsters, labourers, &c, $1,006.42 

Baker, Chas. A., logs for crib stringers, &c, 38,216 ft. at $12 per M 

Douglas & Co, ; iron eastings, 4,440 lbs. at 82.20 per 100 ; bolts, 221 lbs. at 84.90 per 100 ; 
sundry, 816 . 92 ; freight, 85c. 

Total carried to page V — 6 . . . . 



Morden, >'.S. : Bepairs to Breakwater, July 1-Oet. 15, 1901. 

Conductor, Uriah Graves, 74 86 d. at $2.50 ; sundry outlay, 820.84 

Sub-conductor, Deforest Minnis, 0V9 d. at 82 ; teamsters & labourers, 8968.75 

Dimock & Armstrong, 59 lbs. at 13£ c, 54 lbs. at 14:',c 

Robertson, Wm., & Son, ref. iron, 1,000 lbs. at $2.25 per 100 ft 

Spruce and hemlock : rd. spruce logs, 10 in. at top, 2,450 ft. at 4J,c ; spruce sheathing, 1,700 
ft. at 810 per M. ; hemlock plank, 3 in. thick, 3,000 ft. at $7 per M. ; paid as follows : 
Ed. P. Brennan sit. 41, Wm. Graves 818.72, Edw. Horsey 812.69, Wm. Johnson $39.50, 
Hy. "Meekins 811.92, D. B. Smith $21 

Total carried to page V— 6 



$ cts. 

80 59 
325 84 

81 57 
12 00 

500 00 



392 50 

217 53 

1,437 00 

77 42 


226 04 
112 55 



736 89 
3,199 93 



477 00 
1,933 93 



778 79 
113 11 



697 16 
3,999 99 



1,139 55 
458 60 


126 28 


1,724 43 



207 99 

1,100 55 

15 80 

22 50 



148 24 
1,495 08 



V-2U 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 19C3 



Musquodoboit Harbour: Wharf, Dec. 2-31, 1901, May 29-June 30, 1902. 

Conductors ; David Williams, 9'3 d. at $2 ; Sam'l Ogilvie, 27J d. at $2.50 

Teamsters and labourers 

Logan & Sutherland : hemlock logs, 9 in. at small end, 829 lin. ft. at 7c, 2,766 ft. at $6 per 

M. ; spruce deals, 783 ft. at $12, 1,200 ft. at $11, 640 ft., $6.85 

Ritey Bros. : spruce and hemlock logs, 10 in. small end, 1,890 ft. at 8c. ; spruce deal, 3,000 ft. 

at $10 per M. : sundry lumber, $11.80 t , 

Robertson, Wm., & Son, Halifax : § rd. ref. iron, 1,625 lbs. at $2.25 per 100 lbs. ; dump bolts, 

2o0, $28.31 ; sundry hardware, $8.23. 

Thompson, David, spruce ballast poles, 1,350 ft. at lc. per ft 

1 roller stone drag, $6 ; use of gunlow, $5 ; logs, $26.68 ; horse-hire, $5.59 ; smith work, $8.50 

hardware, $1.18 ; freight, $3.15 , 

Total carried to page V— 6 , , 

McNair's Cove : Repairs to Wharf, Dec. 9-12, 1901, Feb. 10-14, 
June 6-26, 1902. 

Foreman, Alex. McDougall, 26 d. at $2.50 ; blasters, teamsters and labourers, $591.21 

Kirk, D. G. : iron, 2,889 lbs. at 3c. ; augers, files, &c., $3 . 35 ... . ; 

McEachern, L. J., hardware, $5.50 ; McEachern, Ronald, hauling scow, $3 

McEachern, Dougald : pointing and heading bolts, 1,100 at 3c. each ; truckage on iron, J 

loads at $3 

Wilkie, Alex., covering for wharf, 3,000 ft. at $11 per M , .• 

Timber : 10-in. timber, 2,076 ft. at 10c. ; 10 x 10 x 10 x 12 sq. timber, 821^ ft. at 12c. ; ballast 

poles, 1,800 ft. at 3|c. ; timber, 9 pes. at 25c. ; paid as follows: S. Ballantine $34.80, 

Jno. A. McDonald $25.50, Jno. D. McDonald $37.20, Dougald McEachern $70.96, Dan. 

Mclnnis $28.20, Archie McLellan $50.34, Alex. McPhee $44.98, S. McPhee $79.45 



Total carried to page V — 6. 



Neil's Harbour Breakwater. 

Buchanan, A. A., inspector of work, June 19-30, 1902, 10 d. at $2.50. 

Little, W. W., inspecting creosoted timber 

Ad vertising, $6 ; King's Printer's account, $29 .79 

Total carried to page V — 6 



Newellton, N.S. : To Complete Wharf, May 27-June 30, 1902. 

Conductor, John C. Cunningham, 20 d. at $2.50 ; divers, carpenters and labourers, $204.69. . 

Brannen, J. H. , sundry smithwork 

Cunningham, Chester A., Newellton: rope, 75 lbs. at 12c. ; salvage on logs, $10; sundry, 

$17.70 

McKay, J. H. & J. A., 4-in. plank, 5,144 ft. at $11 per M. ; Newell, S. A., 1 stone wall, $5. . 
Nickerson, M. G., & Co., freight and truckage, $18.65 ; Robertson, A. C, smithwork, $2.50. 
Spinney, E. K. : §-in. iron, 450 lbs. at $2 . 15 ; 1 keg 8-in. spikes, $2. 75 

Total carried to page V— 6 



New Harbour : Breakwater, repairs, slopes, protection, &c. 

Foremen : Wm. Patterson, 47 d. at $3; outlay, $17.50; Ed. Gillis, 11 d. at $2.50; outlay, 
$6 34 '... 

Sub-foreman, Ed. Gillis, 44 d. at $2 ; timekeeper, Albert Sangster, 44 d. at $2 

Boatm -n, carpenters, teamsters, labourers, &c 

Kirk, D. G.: cement, 510 bbls. at $2.55 ; spruce, 2,600 ft. at $14, 2,221 ft. at $13 ; shovels and 
hoes, 14 at 75c; galv. buckets, $2.80 ; nails and spikes, 5 kegs at $3.50 ; commission on 
$1,582.28 at 5 p. c, $79.11 ; freight on cement, lumber, &c, $205.58 ; telegrams, $1.63 ; 
insurance, $9 . 30 '. 

McMillan, S., Isaac's Harbour : round iro» (1,422 lbs.) $35.15 ; augei-s, $1.50; lumber, 9,250 
ft. at $16 : 12 in. deal, 1,400 ft. at $12 ; smithwork, $17.32; sundry timber delivered at 
harbour, $33 . 35 ; commission on $200 at 2\ p. c, $5 

McMillan, Steven : hemlock lumber, 921 ft. at $12 ; iron, 300 lbs. at $2.70 per 100 lbs.; sun- 
dry lumber and hardware, $17 .71 

O'Hara, James, fir logs for cribwork, 100 at 15c. each , 

Sangster, Jno.: logs for cribwork, &c, $13.50 ; manilla rope, $3 

Hire of buildings for cement, $2.50; fir logs for cribwork, $19.90 ; cement, $2.90 ; lumber, $6 

Total carried to page V— 6 



$ cts. 



87 35 
836 89 


104 05 


193 06 


73 09 
13 50 


56 10 


1,364 04 



656 22 

90 02 

8 50 

39 00 
33 00 



371 43 



1,198 17 



25 00 
53 92 
35 79 

114 71 



254 69 
13 04 

36 70 
61 58 
21 15 
12 43 

399 59 



192 34 

176 00 

1,275 73 



1,692 19 



257 12 



36 86 

15 00 

16 50 
31 30 



3,693 04 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-215 



North Wallace Wharf. 



Foreman, Baxter Robinson : services, July 11-13, Aug, 

Jan. 1-8, Mar. 25-29, 10 d. at $2 : use of horse in At 
('up.. ntcrs, days at $1.40 : Murdoek Moody 13A, Rodent 
Labourers, days at $1.25 : John Jamieson 18, John Morrison 10i, Jake Mcln'nis & Ernest 

Purdy 15* ; 18 payments under $8, $75.91 



9-1G, Sept. 3-12, 27-30, 18 d. at $2.50, 

Aug. and Sept. hauling timber, 10 d. at $1 

penters, days at_$1.40 : Murdoek Moody 13J, Roderick Moody 14 



McLanders, Duncan, smithwork 

Nelson, R. £. &Co.: refd. iron, 1,000 lbs. at $2.50; steel spikes, 901 lbs.' at 3c". i augers 2 at 

$1.90 ; cross cut saws, 2 at $2.20 ; sundries, 84c 

Robertson, Stanley: hemlock timber, 990 ft. of 10x12 (stringers) at 10c" " 880 f t. of 8 x i6 

(guard rails) at 9o r . 

Woodland, J. B., white hemlock (wharf covering) 4,050 ft! at $8.50 

Total carried to page V— G 



Nyanza, N.S.: Repairs and extension to wharf, Jan. 2-Apl. 26, 1902. 



Foreman, Alex. McDonald : 43 d. at $2.50; sundry outlay, $18.03. 
( iarpenters, teamsters and labourers 



( am Arthur J., spruce timber, $10; Johnson, Norman : spruce piles, 14 at $1.50 ; stone, $1 
McDonald, Jno. A.: cutting and hauling brush, contract, $17.80; spruce mud sills, &c, $10. 
McDonald, Jno. IX: mud sills, 5 at $1.50 ; 25 ft. piles, 5 at $1.25. .. 



Mcj iregor, Alex.: sq. hardwood, 149 lin. ft. at 8c; stone, $4 ; railings," $1. 

Mckenzie, A. K.: cutting brush logs, &c, $25 ; sundry lumber and hardware" $19 30 " " 

McLean, Jno., sq. spruce timber, 6 pieces at $2.25, 1, $2.50 

McNaughton Duncan, sq. timber, 7 pes. at $2.25 ; McNaugnton", J." a!,' timber", *2 pes". 'at $3, 

2i at <$<£ . ov 

Mcgae, A. F.: spruce timber, 12 pes. at $2.50 ; bolts," headed and straightened,* 120 at DcVeaeh 

McRae, John L., 18 to 25 ft. 8 in. top, spruce piles, 13 at $1.50 

1 'rivilege of taking stone and brush, &c, $20 ; lumber and hardware, $1 .94 " .' ." .'.'.'.'.'/.."..'. 

Total carried to page V — 6 



©gden's Pond : Opening of pond and construction of beacli protection, 



Conductor, Alex. McDonald, July-Sept., 1901, 57 d. at $2 50 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : John Campbell 18f, Alex. D. Chisholm 9|, John* A. "McDonald 

r& Dougald Mckmnon 15, Angus McPherson 18, John Smith 27 
Stone layer, John McGillvary, 12| d. at $1.50 ; water boy, John Smith, 40? d. at 75c" ' 
Labourers days at $1.25: Chisholm John A. 13, John W. 13, Vincent A. llf, Vincent' J. 
23$; Dunn, Hu§h 14|; Grant, James 9|,_John 8|, Thos. 13; Kenedy, Angus 23|- 

in 14|" 

Donald 8; 

llivan, 



John 29, Thos. 3l£ ; 12 payments under $7, $53 11 



Single teams, days at $2: Chisholm, John W. 8f, Vincent A*, IS*,' Vincent J. 8? 

S-J gl \5 ; ,i xrant ,', J T hn 7 *' Thos - 7 * ; Mah °ney, Alex. 15, Thos. 19* ; McDonald, 
2M ; MoDougald, James 8 ; 7 payments under $10, $39 



; Dunn, 
John A. 



Kirk, 1). (x.: spiker, 2 kegs at $4 ; sundry hardware, $4 10 

McDougaU, Arch.: spruce piling, 21G ft. at 9c; sheathing, ],423 ft. at $i4 

McKinnon, Dugald, stringers, 132 ft. at 10c x 

Four small payments : 15 days hire of scrapers, $3.65;' 1 scraper," $8 ;' "brush ,' Go" loads at 5c 
spruce ballast flooring, 4G ft. at 4c; stone drag, $3 

Total carried to page V — 6 



Parker'si Cove: Extension of Pier. 

Advertising, $104.02 ; King's Printer's account, $14.98 



Parrsboro, N.S.: Wharf. 

Reid, Archibald : # contract work complete $8,775; less $3,470 paid in 1900-1901 (Paee V— 159) 

Robinson, Wm., inspector of work, July 1-Oct. 8, 85 d. at $2.50 . 

Hawes, Capt. Jos., land for approach to wharf []]] 

Advertising \ ..... .'. 

Total carried to page V- 6 



75 00 
38 50 

140 88 
7 66 

G2 87 

178 20 
34 42 



537 53 


125 53 


509 80 


32 00 


27 80 


13 75 


1G 92 


44 30 


16 00 


2G 75 


3G 00 


19 50 


21 94 



890 29 



142 50 

143 99 
49 G9 



595 16 

284 CO 

12 10 
39 36 

13 20 

19 49 
1,299 49 



119 00 



5,305 00 

212 50 

200 00 

G 30 

5,7^;; so 



V-216 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Parrsboro : Reconstruction of Bench Protection Works. 

Conductor, Fleming Brown, 43 d. at $2.50 ; sub. -foreman, John Smith, 42 d. at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Hibbert Brown, 41 ; Thos. Curley, 41 ; Robt. Gibson, 34^ ; Alex. 

McAloney, 11 ; Allan McAloney, 10| ; Gordon Mc Aloney, 26 ; Chas. O'Neal, 10 ; Saml. 

Roberts, 28 ; Albert Smith, 23 ; John Woods, 40 ; 5 payments under $10, $28.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Samuel Best, 15| ; Thos. Fulton, 26^ ; Jas. McGuire, 38 ; Richd. 

Twin, 9| ; 2 small payments, $7.50 

Teams : Robert Gibson, horse and cart, 27^ d. at $1 ; Wm. Smith, horse and boy, 16§ d. 

at $1.50 

Adams & Mason : iron bolts, 2,100 lbs. at S^c; spikes, 4 kegs at $3.50 ; lumber, 8-in. top, 

528 1. ft. at 4c. ; stone, 335 tons at 50c 

Brown, Hibbert, ballast floor, 6-in. top, 300 at 20c 

Fullerton, Varley B., f-in. rd. iron, 253 lbs. at 3|c. (made with bolts) 

Mason, Stewart : stones, 75 tons at 50c; iron bolts, 600 lbs. at 3|c; deals, 700 ft. at $11 : 

sundries, $5.20 , 

McAloney, Edward : timber, 8-in. top, 1,000 1. ft. at 4c; covering, 6,500 ft. at $11 

Price, O. L., spruce deals, 17,000 ft. at $11 

Total carried to Page V — 6 



Partridge Island: Repairs to Breakwater, July 17-Aug. 17, 1901, 



Foreman, R. G. Lavers, 13 d. at $2.50 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $298.05. 

Adams & Mason : iron, 1,163 lbs. at 2gc; hardware &c, $7.41 

Fullerton, Ford, spruce timber, 3,400 ft. at $0 , 

Huntley, D. A. : piling, 3,282 ft. at $9 ; sundries, $17.51 

Jeffries, E., hemlock timber, 7,000 ft. at $10 

Nordley, N. C, hemlock deals, 10,510 ft. at $7.75 

Pickard, John, smithwork 



Total carried to Page V— 6 

Pereaux Landing Pier, May 3- June 30, 1902. 

Conductor, M. N. Lyons, 19 d. at $2.50 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $204.73 

Lyons, B. : stone, 11 tons at 50c ; 2 crosscut saws, $6 ; sundries, $2.50 

Nova Scotia Produce & Supply Co., Ltd.: timber, 3,419 1. ft. at 6c; 3-in. plank, 3,630 ft. at 
$12 ; caps, 4,000 ft. at $10 ; rope, 170^ lbs. at 20c; iron. 769 lbs. at 2^c; sundries, $10.63. 

West, Capt. Ben., freight on pile driver from Folly Village to Pereaux 

Stone, 37 tons at 50c ; 2 loads brush, $2 ; smithwork, $7.55 

King's Printer's account 

Total carried to Page V— 6 



Pictou Light Beach Protection. 

Foreman, Hector McKinnon, 59 d. at $2.50 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $248.75 

Fraser, Simon H., 24 d. hire of scow, $12 ; Roberts, Peter, repairing boat, $10.03 

White, P. H. : 1 boat, 18 ft. long, $8 ; 2 prs. oars, 82. , , 

Stone, 242£ yds. at 60c, 16 loads at 50c; brush, 37 loads at 50c; hauling stone, $2.50; horse 
hire, $2 ; ferrying, $1.50 ; 2 prs. oars, $2 

Total, carried to Page V— 6 , . 



Pinckney's Point; Breakwater, Oct. 1-Nov. 23, 1901. 



Conductor, Wm. Surette, 53 d. (7 d. in Sept. preparing work) at $2 

Foreman and labourer, Mande Surette, 31| d. at $1.75 ; labourer, A. Saulnier, 6^ d. at $1 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Deveaux, Benj., 23f ; Deviller, N., 23| ; Melangon, Chas. A., 23|, 

Gus., 22£, Thorn., 19£ •. Meuse, D., 24| ; Saulnier, Leon, 23f, Michel, 28£, Thadee, 17i ; 

Surette, Chas. E., 21{(, Edmond, 22^, Frank, 27, Henry, 26^, John T., 2S|, Jos. A., 24, 

Jos. D., 23£, Jos. Z., 16|, Louis, 23| 

Teams, days at $1.25 : Deveaux, Benj., 22^ ; Saulnier, Michel, 20i ; Surette, Edmond, 13|, 

Jos. A., 22£, Jos. D., U 

Crowell, S. A. & Co. : l,00i! lbs. iron, $23.85 ;• sundry hardware, $15.37 

Saulnier, Michel : log timber, 287 ft. at 5c, 44 ft. at 4c; plank, 24 ft. at lc; freight on iron, 

75c; less $3.25 deducted Nov. 25 for tools taken over at close of work 

Spinney, E. K.: refd. iron, 1,018 lbs. at $2.15 ; sundries, $4.03 

Log timbers, 1,626 ft. at 5c, 332 ft. at 4c; flooring, 1,220 ft. at l^c; paid as follows : Surette, 

Henry, $20.10, John B., $24.70, Jos. A., $33.57, Jos. D., $12.45, Jos. Z., $5.28, Louis, 

$16.78 

Small payments : smithwork,, $8 ; cartage, $3; changing derrick, $1 ; 1 brl. coal, 80c; freight 



on iron, 75c 



lotal carried to Page V— 6. 



$ cts. 


181 00 


442 50 


119 67 


52 62 


276 12 

60 00 

8 86 


71 40 
111 50 

187 00 



1,510 67 



330 55 


36 48 


30 60 


47 04 


70 00 


81 68 


3 50 


599 85 


252 23 


14 00 


352 71 


15 00 


28 05 


50 



662 49 



396 25 
22 03 
10 00 

180 00 



608 28 



1G6 00 
62 06 



525 89 



99 36 
39 22 


13 85 
25 92 


112 88 


13 55 


998 73 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Plymouth! Wluui Extension. Sept. 30-Oct. 18, 1901. 

Conductor. Melfrid Sims, 18 d. (Sept. 20 & 28 preparing work) at 12.60 

Johnson, Jotham : hire of pile driver, 3 d. at $8 ; chief carpenter, 10 d. at 91 .90 

Engineer of steam pile driver, Chas. LeCain, 3 d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.60 : Baker, Robt, 84, ; Purely, John 44, Thos. 54, Win. 54, 

Labourers, days at 81.25 : Johnson, Geo. 84 ; Puniy, Jas. 12; Scott, Clarence 2, Frank 1^, 

S. 2 ; Sims. Arthur l.'U, Enslow 7.^, Erskine 2 . . 

Teams, aaj s at $2 25 : Geo. Johnson LA, Chas. Perry Ik, Frank Scott 3 

Cann, Hugh & Son, towing pile driver Yarmouth to Plymouth and return 

( Jrowell, S. A. & Co., hardware, $9.45 ; Gridley, Win, smithwork, $3] .8!) 

Saunders, D. A.: spruce timber, 10-in. x G x 10-in. and 3-in. deals, 9,458 ft. at §10 

Simms, Wm. E.: 20 ft. spruce piles, 8-in. small end, 41 at 95c; hauling spruce timber and 

deals, 9,458 ft. at 81 . 25 per M , 

Total, carried to page V— G 

Porter's Lake, N.S.: Dredging and Breakwater at Entrance of Channel. 

Conductor, John M. Inglis : services, June 25-Oct.l9, 1901, 98 d. at $3.50; distributing 

cheques, Sept. and Oct., 1901, 7* d. at $2 

Timekeeper, J. G. Bishop, 30 d. at $2 

Foremen, days at |2: John Conrod 22, Jer. Fillis 22, Danl. P. Lapierre 22, Denis Mayette 

21, John D. McJ >onald 8 P., Chas. Milforth 22, Andrew Pittapas 22 

Blacksmiths : Sydney Bond, 77| d. at 81.75 ; Chas. Bond, 21f d. at fl.50 

Drillers : Isaac Bonang, 36| d. at $1.35 ; Andrew Gatez, G d. at $1.40, 18 d. at 81.35 ; Gilbert 

Gatez, 31A d. at 81 .35 ; Frank Mayette, 214 d. at $1.35 ; John Mayette, 70£ d. at $1 50 : 

Piunk Robichaud, 63£ d. at $1.35 ; Art. Redman, 2U d. at 81.35 ; John "Redman, 21* 

d. at 81 40 ; Arch. Richards, 35 d. at $1 .40, 18 d. at 81 .35 ; Prosper Romo, 56f d. at fl.36 

Labourers, days at 81.25 : Bellfountain, Abel 22, Alex. 22, Benj. 21, Edwd. 22, Eph. 22, Jas. 

22, John 18, Laurence 71f, Lewis 21, Oliver 22, Patk. 10, Wm. 25 ; Bonang, Isaac 21^ ; 
• Bonnevie, Geo. 04^ ; Brow, Danl. 19, Laurence 644, ; Chatigny, Art. 9 ; Clark, Danl. 13; 

Conrod, Albert 30£, And. (A's son) 20, And. (Head) 17, And. J. 17, Chas. 291, David 12, 
Elias 39f, Jas. M. 34£, John (Hyinck) 18, John (Matt) 12, John (Ran) 20, Jos. 22 ; 
Crowell, Fred. 32£, Freeman 74|, Sidney 18, Tlios. 21, Wilson 22 ; Dares, Wm. 20 ; 
Davidson, Geo 10; Ferguson, John 604, ; Fillis, Alex. 22, Dennis 194, James 12, Jno. 
75£, Martin, 21, Peter 84^, Stephen 744"; Fourchette, Anthony 32£ ; Gatey, Alvin 82|, 
Chas. 13, Pdwd. M. 54^, Fred. 15, Gilbert 214, Jas. J. 19& Jos. 17, Reuben 50| ; Graham, 
Geo. 28, Lemuel 574, Wm. 28; Griswell, Art. 28|, Jesse 14£- ; Julien. Euzebe 21, Fred. 
22, John 20, Patk. ~204, Simon 18, Thos. 42 ; Lapierre, Danl. 22, Eiios 76£, Frank 22, 
Fred. 21, Geo. B. 20, Isaac (Stephen's son) 20, Isaac 54, Jas. 18, Jno. 52^, Luke, jr. 22, 
Luke, sr. 20, Martin 8, Peter 55£, Stephen 22, Walter 37j; Leslie, Andrew 21, Thos. 23£ ; 
Mayette, Euzebe 18, Geo. 33g, John, jr. 21, Wm. GOjj ; Maurice, Fredk. 40^ ; Morris, 
Fred. 22 ; Murphy, Edwd. 18, Frank 17, James 14, Robt. 12 ; Ogilvie, Geo. 22, Isaac 52£ ; 
Patterson, Henry OG^, Ronald 38£ ; Pittapas, Frank 22 ; Robichaud, Chas. 214, Frank 
22; Romo, Eph. 22, Jos. 15, Jos. (Frank's son) 21, Jos. (Geo.'s son) 22, Laurence 22; 
Wolf, Chas. 15, Dennis 22, Felix 19, Jos. 39§, Robt. 22, Simon 29 ; 11 payments under $9, 
§48.75 

Bovs, days at 40c: John ( 'raw ford 21, Alex. Lapierre 84^ 

Team of oxen, Wm. Crawford, 54 d. at 82.50 

Austin Bros.: ; in. steel, 235 lbs. at 10c; dynamite, 50 p. a, 300 lbs. at 20c; fuse, 10 coils at 
50c, 50 ft. at2jc; caps, 4 boxes at 75c; electric battery, $15; wires and fuses for bat- 
tery, 811.10 ; 13 bags blacksmith coal, 87 ; sundries, 810.07. ... 

Freight : Peter Ferguson, 85 . 40 ; Geo. Richards, 81 

3 small items : lumber, 87.40 ; nails and spikes, 82.48 ; soap, 25c; 4 doz. buckets, 95c; 2 boxes 
axle grease, 25c ; 1 box detonators, 81 

Total carried to page V — G 



Port George Breakwater, July 1-Nov. 30, 1901, Apl. 1-Juiie 10, 1902. 



.Foreman, Jam's Parks, 144 d. at 82.50 ; outlay, 84.83 

Foreman, F. R. Elliott, Apl., 12 d. at $2.50 ; carpenters, labourer?, &c, $1,450.93 

Anderson, W. H., 1 dory $1G ; Lewis, Wm., 135 lbs. clinch rings 821.10 

Lewis, \Y. M.: screw bolts and washers, 925 lbs. at 4^c; 200 lbs. clinch rings at 15c 

McKenzie, Wm., smithwork si 12.37 : Rogers, (.). A., 75 lbs. clinch rin^s 812.30 

Woodworth, E. : iron, 12,030 lbs. at 81.90 ; man. rope, 245 lbs. at 13c; freight and wharfage 
810.27 ; sundries 827.75 

Stone ballast, 1,744 tons at 20c, paid as follows : Barteau, Ben. 858.40 ; Bruce, Oscar 849.80; 
Fritz, B. 87.70, Ed. 83G, John 852.80; Hays, \V. 831 ; Hines, Jos. 8G3.G0 ; Kilpatrick 
Jos. 849.50 



8 eta . 



45 00 

43 00 

00 

3G 00 


Gl 27 
13 51 

40 00 

41 34 
151 32 


50 77 


488 21 



358 00 
GO 00 

431 00 
168 G7 



554 07 



4,071 42 

42 30 

135 00 


145 05 
9 40 


12 33 


5,987 24 



3G4 83 

1,480 93 

37 10 

G9 31 

154 G7 

298 44 



348 80 



Carried forward. 



2,754 08 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 



Port George Breakwater- Concluded. 



Brought forward , 



Round spruce timber, 3,704 ft. of 12-in. at 6c, 7,644 of 10-in. at 5c, 2,853 of 8-in. at 4c, 3,138 
at 3c, 7,868 of 6-in. at 2c; paid as follows : Balser, Albert $21.54, John $44.96 ; Banks 
B. $29.85, L. $30.27 ; Barteaux, John H. $39 ; Brown, M. $33.86 ; Crawford, R. $17.20, 
Weston $97.80; Daniels, H. $15.67; Dod^e, A. P. $90.33; Elliott, H. L. $22.78, Z 
$32.58; Miller, Josh. $228.86; Mosher, Frank $72, Wm. $17.36; Nealv, O. $23.40; 
Parks, Chas. $66.51 ; Rafuse, D. C. $13.44, Parker $33.90 ; 7 small payments v38.75,, 

Sundry hardware $12.78 ; cartage $7 

Total carried to page V — 6 , 



Port Hawkesbury Wharf. 



King's Printer account. 



Port Hood: Wharf Repairs, Aug. 13-Oct. 31, 1901. 

Foreman, Samuel Smith : services, 47 d. at $2.50 ; telegrams, postage, &c, $2.56. 

Foreman on 'Repairs to Breakwater,' Joshua Smith, short paid in June, 1901, 15 d. at $2.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Bell, John R. 11 ; Gillis, Arch. 2oh, John S. 17| ; Murphy, Jas 
10|, Raymond 21^ ; McDonald, Alex. 10| ; Mclsaac, John 17h ; McLellan, John 22^ 
McNeil, Jas. 22 ; McNeil, John B. 17*, John lGh ; Smith, Fred. W. 13, John A. 31 ; 
Watts, Clarenoe 15i, Hugh 21, Isaiah 22 ; 15 payments under $9, $51.90 

Teams : John A. Smith, double team 5 d. at $1.50, single team 30 d. at 75c; R.J. McDonald 



Beaton" & Cameron : plank, 2,155 ft. of 3-in. at $32, 1,650 ft. at $42 

Fraser, A. S.: f x § in. iron, 401 lbs. at $3, 1,105 at $2.40 ; sundry hardware, $7.10 

Moran, Walter : 25 ft. spruce logs, 8-in. top, 6 at $1.75 ; 250 ft, plank, $10.50 

Mclsaac, A. D.: g-in. iron, 210 lbs. at 3|c; 7-in. spikes, 137 lbs. at 3£c 

McKillop, Chas. D.: 20 ft hardwood logs, 10-in. top, 8 at $1.60; 12 ft. post 12-in. top, $1.50.. 

McLean, D. F.; spikes, 200 lbs. at 4c; manilla rope, 59g lbs. at 18c; 30 bolts 2 ft. long 
headed and nutted, 180 lbs. at 9c ; sundries $3.81 

Stone ballast, 261 yds. at 50c; paid as follows : John R. Bell $24.50, John H. Murphy $17, 
Raymond Murphy $10, Isaac P. Smith $15, Isaiah Watts $15 ; 8 payments under $i0, $49 

Cutting and pointing iron, 1,824 lbs. at 2c, paid as follows: Angus Campbell $6, Neil Mc- 
Donald $13.64, Ronald Mclnnis $16.84 

Spruce and hardwood piles, 8-in. top, 121 of 16 ft. long at $1, 9 of 25 ft. long at $1.75 ; 22 ft. 
logs, 2 of 10-in. top at $1.76, 2 of 8-in. top at $1.54 ; paid as follows : Donald Cameron 
$14, Huqh Cameron $10, John Sandy Cameron $16.52, John Fraser $14, John R. Gillis 
$10, Raymond Murphy $13, Angus Whittle $17 ; 9 payments under $10, $48.81 

Small payments ; 2 sticks square timber, $4.90 ; piles 8-in. top, 2 of 25 ft. at $1.50, 1 of 22 ft 
at $1.32; iron 337 lbs. at 3|c; 7 in. spikes, 50 lbs. at 3^c; freight on derrick, &c, $9.15 



Total carried to page V — 6. 



Port Hillford : Breakwater. 



Foreman, Suttis Whiteman : 84 d. at $2.50 ; sundry expenses and outlay, $10.50 

Blacksmiths, carpenters, teamsters and laborers 

Fuller, H. H., Halifax: rd- ref. iron, 7,546 lbs. at 2£c; bolts, 725 lbs. at 4c; Manilla rope, 
208-7 lbs. at 13k.; sundry hardware, $32.51 

Frude, Wm., hardwood timber, 3,617 sup. ft. at $16 

Nova Scotia Lumber Co.: hardwood, 5,492 ft. at $21.50, 5,000 ft. at $18.50. 29,965 at $16.50, 
865 at $15.50, 10,085 at $12.50; logs, 138 pes. at $1.55, 39 at $1.35, 2 at $1.25, 35 at 
$1.05 ; coal, $1.12 

Reid, A. W.: iron, freight, &c, $14.43 ; Reid & Archibald. 1 scow, $13 ; 1 wheelbarrow, $3. 

Robinson, Rich'd, making bolts, 2,000 lbs. at l^c 



Oakum, $3.75; 6 bbls. 
wharfage, $9.20 



coal, $3 . 50 ; horse hire, 



i.30 



lithwork, $9.20; freight and 



Total, carried to page V — 6, 



Port Joli : Repairs to Wharf. 

Foreman, Archie L. Robertson : services, 20J d. at $2.50; horsehire, $4; smith work, $7 ; 

telephones, cartage and freight, $2 . 25 , 

Charge of pile driver, Chas. Martin, 10 d. at $1 .75 

Carpenters and laborers, days at 81.25 : Marshall Burgess lOf, Wm. Douglas 10J, Joshua S. 

McAdams 14f, Henderson McDonald 9J, John McDonald (5th) 15$ John E. McDonald 

14, J. H. McDonald 12, Jos. Robertson 12, Maurice Therien 16, Jabish Vogler 11£, Wm. 

Vogler 11^ ; 14 payments under $9, $49.05 

Cox, Geo. A., use of pile driver, 10 days 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
2,754 08 



970 06 
19 78 



3,743 92 



35 54 



120 06 
37 50 



420 70 

44 63 
138 32 

45 65 
21 00 
12 67 
14 30 

38 72 

130 50 

36 48 



143 33 

33 50 

1,237 36 



220 50 
940 47 

259 46 

57 87 



1,151 37 
30 43 
30 00 

33 95 



2,724 05 



63 87 
17 50 



228 39 
10 00 



319 76 



PUBLIC 1Y0RKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-219 



Port Jolt: Repairs to W liar f— Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Robertson, S. H.: logs, 1,109 ft. for piles and fenders at 5c, 130 ft. for caps at Gc., 150 ft. for 
stringers at Oc. ; rope, 22 lbs. at 16c. ; sundries, $2.30 

Robertson, Win., & Son : $ ref. iron, 1,000 lbs. at $2.25; 7-in. wire spikes, 3 kegs at §3 ; 3 
augers, -S3 . SO 



Freight on pile driver: John E. McDonald, Jordan to Port Joli, §15; Jobish Vogler, Port 

Joli to Shelburne, $15 

Small payments : plank, 1,095 ft at $10 ; hauling plank, $2 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



Port Maitiand (Yarmouth Co., N.S.) : Repairs to Breakwater. 

Conductor, Jas. C. Moses, Aug. 1G-31, 13 d. at $2.50 

Labourers, days ar, $1. 25 : Jacob Bethune 10£, Ernest Huilbert 10£, Benj. Piteinan 9£, Vincent 

Raymond 10 

Teams, days at $2.50 : Ernest Allen H, Samuel Moses 3 

Brown, G. C.: 5 in. x 24 ft. spruce plank, 3,009 ft. at $13.50 ; spruce logs, 9 in. small end, 313 ft. 

a1 (Ac ; 2 gala mixed paint, $3.70 ; oil and brush, $1.10 

Crowell, S. A., & Co.: $ in. iron, 2,375 lbs. at 2|c; washers, 70 lbs. at 8c; clinch rings, $2.40 

( iondey, Geo. M., 2,000 lbs. bolts, $20 ; Porter, W. S., spruce plank, 700 ft, at $10 

Porter'& Thurston, freight, $3.25 ; Saunders, D. R., 5 in. x 21 ft. spruce plank, 4,423 ft. at $12. . 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Port I?Iouton : Repairs to Wharf, Oct. 1-25, 1901. 

Conductor, Chas. B. Leslie, 14| d. at $2.50 ; carpenter, Alfred Leslie, 7\ d. at $1 50 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Geo. Cook 12*3, Isaiah Huskin 8£, Guy C. Leslie 12, Willard Leslie 
12^, Jas. Nickerson 11£, Evet. Payzantl2, J. E. Payzant8'3; 4 small payments, $18.75. 

Team, Vance C. Leslie, 14 d. at $2 , , 

Robertson, Wm., & Son : f in. refd. iron, 700 lbs. at $2.25 ; 200 clinch rings, $3.63 

Logs, 9 in. at small end, 1,926 ft. at 6c; flooring, 6 in. small end, 53 pes. at 50e. ; paid as 
follows : Alex. Leslie $31.20, Alfred Leslie $36 80, Guy C. Leslie, $59.54, Jas. Nickerson 
$14.52 



Small payments: smith work, $7.54; 50 lbs. wire spikes, $1.75; freight, $1 20. 
Total, carried to page V — 7 



Red Islands : Repairs to Wharf at Johnston's Harbour, Oct. 1-21, 1901. 

Foreman, J. H. Johnston, 17 d. at $2.50 ; carpenters and labourers, $104.72 

Plank and spruce : J. P. Campbell, $16 ; P. Campbell, $8 ; W. Campbell, $51 ; J. Johnston, 

$44.96; Martin Johnston, $4.50; Michael Johnston, $8.40; A. McKenzie, $18; D. 

McMillan, $16.88 '. 

Spikes, bolts, &c 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



River John Wharf : July 9-Sept. 28, 1901. 

Foreman, Duncan Johnson, 41J d. at $3 ; carpenters, labourers and men with horse and cart, 

$246 .44. , 

Johnson, Duncan, outlay « 

Campbell, S., piling, $18.83 ; Kitchen, Jas., lumber, &c, $12.86. 

McGregor & Co., iron, $9.32 ; McKenzie, A., spruce, &c, $17.52 

McLeod, S., bolts, &c, $24. 15 ; Menaht, J., timber, $7.96 

McNab, W., spruce, $19.50; Ritchie, J. J., chain, $2 

Rogers, S., earth, $21 ; Ross, I., piles, $1S.02 

Total, carried to page V— 7 



Sauford Breakwater, Extension and Completion: Aug. 26 Nov. 23, 1901. 

Foreman, Lewis Churchill, 54 "9 d. at $2 50; labourers and teamsters, $9S6.52 . 

Crowell, S. A. & Co.: 3,237 lbs. refined iron at $2.15 ; sundry, $31.03 I..... .... 

Spinney, E. K.: refined iron, 5,3t>!) lbs, at $2.15; sundry, $S.46 
Bpruce logs : 13,144 at 5c, 475 at 6e. 




Smith 



Total, carried to page V— 7. 



$ cts. 


319 76 


99 07 


35 30 


30 00 
12 96 


497 08 



32 50 



50 61 
11 24 

60 32 

61 45 

27 00 
56 32 


299 44 



47 50 

115 15 

28 00 
20 73 



142 06 
10 49 

303 93 



147 22 



167 74 
14 96 



329 92 



370 94 
3 11 

31 69 
26 84 

32 11 
21 50 
39 62 



525 81 



1,123 77 

nil) 62 

123 b\) 



1,164 82 
29 08 

2,542 18 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1901-1902 

2-3 EDWARD VII, A. 1903 



10*; 



Saulnierville : Extension of Wharf. 

Conductor, Mande Bonanfant, Sept. 3-30, Oct. 12-31, 1901, 40 d. at $2.50 

Sub-conductor, Remi L. Saulnier, 29 d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1 .25 : Aug. M. Saulnier, 6f ; German Thimot, 6£ 

Labourers, days at $1 : Mathurin Melanson, 154. ; Frank Saulnier, Ih, ; Hilaire Saulnier, 
33 payments under $7, $104 .75 

Carters, days at $2 : Eloi Amero, 5^ ; Dennis Gaudet, 9 ; Bazil D. Saulnier, 2\ ; J. B. Saul- 
nier, 7 ; M. C. Saulnier, 9£ ; 4 payments under $5, $14 

Comeau, A. H.: refd. iron, 1,400 lbs. of g-in. at $2.25, 100 of fin. at $2 35; 10-in. x |-in. 
wrought spikes, 500 lbs. at 4c. ; sundries, $4 08 

Comeau, F. G.: £ iron, 350 lbs. at $2.25 ; oil, 2 galls, at $1 ; paint brush, 30c 

Raymond, N. J., plank, 7,000 ft. at $11 ; Saulnier, Martial, rent of forge and tools, $3 

Spruce logs : 303 ft. of 11-in. top at 7c, 390 ft. of 10-in. at 7c, 272 ft. of 10-in. at 6c, 1,696 ft. 
of 9-in. at 5c ; plank, 2,000 ft. at $12, 2,000 ft. at $10, paid as follows : Comeau, Jer. R., 
$16.30, Jos. R., $25, Francis B., $4.90, Peter F., $11.40; Yalerie B., $19.72; Donat, 
Beloni L., $17 ; Gaudet, Dennis, $8.65; Saulnier, John F., $16.35; Mark, C, $27.30; 
Remi, L., $41.21; Thimot, Jos. G., $5.80 , , 



Total, carried to page V — 7 . 



Scott's Bay : Repairs to Pier, Sept. 9-Nov. 30, 1901, Apr. 16-May 22, 1902. 

Conductor, Jesse David, 71| d. at $2.50 ; carpenters, carters, &c, $982.60 ...... 

David, Jesse, conductor, outlay 

Eaton & Co., iron, &c, $141.09; Ells, L., smith work, $16.13 

Kerr & Robertson, cut-saw, &c . . — 

Nova Scotia Produce & Supply Co., iron, 1,624 lbs. at 2|c 

Steele, O. T. , timber, oil, &c 

Timber : 2,640 ft. at la, 10,318 at Ik, 372 at 2^c, 1,627 at 3c, 90 at 4c, 8,654 at 4jc, paid 
as follows: M. Corkum, $96.07 ; L. Huntley, $53.89; W. R. Munroe, $15; C. Steele, 
$107.01 ; Oxley & Steele, $203.23 ; S. Steele, $21.63 ; A. Tupper, $135.46 

Total, carried to page V — 7 

Sigttt Point : Boat Harbour. 

Conductor, John Y. Beaton: July 1-19, Aug. 6-31, 1901, 35 9 d. at $2.50; less $47 . 50 for 
over expenditure , 

Carpenter, Alex. Mclsaac, 7.7 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Beaton, Eoin E., 143, Michael, 35 ' 9 ; Campbell, Colin, 11'2; 
Kennedy, Jos. Y., 6; Rankin, Alex. D.. 155, Angus, W., 4.2, Donald D., 18.7 
John A., 10-7, John D., 14 3, Ronald, 117 

Labourers, days at $1 : John Angus McDonald, - 9 ; Duncan McDougall, 6 '4 

Single team, Michael Beaton, 339 d. at $1.50 

Mclssac, Arch D. : iron, 2,100 lbs. at 4c ; sundries, $5. 80 , 

McNeil, Alex., cutting and pointing bolts, 600 at l^c. 

Hardwood timber : 10-in. top, 1,719 ft. of 18-23 ft. at 5c; 150 ft. of 18-24 ft. at 6c; 8x9-in.x 
14 ft. hewn fenders, 13 at 75c; hewn spruce, 10xl2-in.-x 18x22 ft., 80 ft. at 8c, paid as 
follows : Beaton, Eoin E., $40.65; Michael, $24.80 ; Rankin, Angus, sr., $14.90, Angus 
jr., $9.85, Ronald, $5.50; Rankin Bros., $15.40 

Total, carried to page V- -7 

Smithville, N.S.: Removal of Rocks. 

Provincial Wrecking Co. : vessel, derricks, divers, &c, 17-rg- d. at $45 , 

Smith, David, services with Provincial Wrecking Co., 17 T 5 d. at $2.50 

Cape Sable Packing Co., 50 lbs. dynamite 

Total, earried to page V — 7 

Tancoolt Island : Restoration of Wharf: Nov. 1900-Aug. 12-Oct. 9, 1901. 

Conductor, A.mos H. Stevens, 5H d. at $2.50, 12 h., $2.20; sub-conductor and labourers 

$439.37 

Stevens, Amos H., outlay 

Crowell Bros., bolt iron, &c, $66.27 ;, Manning, L. C, freight, $20 , 

Eisenhammer, Jas. & Co. , use of pile driver, 31 d 

Nass, G. W., towing, $15 ; Pearl, D., smithwork, $71.20 

Pearl, J., rope, $2.93 ; Young, D., coal tar, $1.08 

Stanford, J. &> H., 100 spruce logs 

Total, carried to page V— 7 



$ cts. 

100 00 
43 50 
16 24 

138 00 

80 50 

57 93 
10 17 
80 00 



193 63 



719 97 


1,161 96 

20 11 

157 22 

7 90 

36 54 

10 69 


632 29 


2,026 71 


42 25 
11 55 


177 91 

7 30 
50 85 
89 80 

9 00 


111 10 


499 76 


787 50 
43 75 
22 50 


853 75 



570 32 


18 68 


86 27 


31 00 


86 20 


4 01 


140 00 


936 48 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-221 



The Gate : Improvement or Channel between Comeau's Hill und Hi:: 

Tusket Island. 

Conductor. Jos. Pothier : services, Aug. 27- Oct. 16 (4 d. between Aug. 12-27 preparing) 47 '112 
(1. at $2.50 : telegrams, postage,